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"rosie ries" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

06:04 min | 2 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"It is Ramona Shelburne Momo. How are you? I'm I'm feeling bad. Why. Why do you feel bad? I feel I. Can I've just been living with his guilt? Like I somehow contributed to this like I. You know like we carry a mess up the marquee. Raise like I feel like. I was carried here I. Don't know what I have done differently. Okay first of all. Kerry Kerry literally could not put together ready set go. So. You will never be as bad as Carrie was on the day of the Marquee. Number two Ramona. I couldn't see what else was exactly exactly. Nobody could see what he was got into the heart of the issue. Ramona, the ninety view people are accepting. This result is an outrage this this result is tainted and you know me. I would like nothing more than to have. Mason embarrassed on a national scale, but in this case I smell a rat and the rats name is. There was no light shot. Ramona there was no white shot. We have no idea if he to hotdogs, four hotdogs, or as he claims nine hot, you know. I went back and looked at him and I looked at it. Frame by frame. Right and at no point. Do you see him actually? put a hot dog in his mouth until after it's over. Putting a lot of things that had melted chewing allot. Idea how many hotdogs? There were on that train to start Davos leaf. He showed us a trade with two at the end, but did he start with six on the trade star with seven on the tray. How many were on the train of scar? Like I feel like I should've. I. Like made sure that you eat started with eleven. Show me your. Dog Like I should've gotten visuals I just. There were things that we couldn't control that. We thought we had control right tested before, and it works fine, but then all of a sudden. When I started asked Allen do things. He pretends like he can't hear me. Allen. How many hotdogs do you have and? He had a sound off or something mobile. Here's here's the other thing. Is You led me to believe? That was leading all along Yep, so I did take my my foot off the pedal at some point and thought alright going to be enough. I really think that you could blame this on me. I really do like this is I can own this for you. I was probably my poor call. This and lack of information coming from Alan, you know it is his job to try to do whatever he can't throw us. Yes, threw me off and then I threw you. Yeah, it was a it was a domino effect and Jonah's calling for a rematch. I think that's the only acceptable outcome here. You can't declare sleep with a winner. There is nothing to indicate here that he eight nine hotdogs nothing whereas. Steady eight nine. Yeah and I feel bad for him, too, because he really did he nine is like a, it's A. It's a hollow victory. 'cause nobody believed him, but show US show us you eating. It's an eating contest. We never saw him eating. May Do you remember the name Rosie Ruis? I do not remember the name Rosie Ruiz. Reason is somebody who magically crossed the finish line at the Boston marathon one year and everybody went. Wow, what a great time! Blah Blah Blah, and it turns out Rosie Ries was in a convenience store, and just popped into the middle of the race, and and blended in with everybody I think sleep pulled a Rosie Ruiz. Yeah, I don't think he eight nine hotdogs. There is no evidence that he did it and Ramona to your point earlier that if he really eight. Eight nine. It would be bad because nobody believes them I watched the thing an hour before the show I. Don't believe them I know the average person doesn't believe him, and if he can really do it, he can do it in the rematch and we're GonNa get a wide shot, so we can see all nine of those hot dogs go down his hatch and if he can't do it, that's it. He cheated again just like he did in the birthday game. Well I mean they're okay. Look I've been all weekend going over and everything and there was one off that really. How much time did you spend re reliving? Least Forty five minutes I try to make them not suck next time. And he kept saying we. Like. We've been training all week. We are going to win this one. We are putting a week. We are focused. We are feeling who is we? Who is we? How many people are there? He! He texted me again like this four, and he was like you know pumping himself up. And he was saying we and I don't know I mean did he set me up to? Mason, as a theory that Morales and Tommy Lamb, and Adam and Carlo were all in the bag for sleep. Doesn't that indicate we mace, wouldn't that? Indicate we you're absolutely right. We are going to win this thing. I was in the studio. Impartial. I was in the middle. Bronstein you can say that now. But how can we take what you say is real. You're. Had saying we live in a simulation. He had motive an opportunity so all allen used to be a sales guy Alain has connections of people who have money. Allen could funnel money wherever he wants it. Can Push people when he says we I mean there may be a deep state.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

08:52 min | 3 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Nightly Salads. I. I happen to have the unlucky enough to quarantine with two other people, so I have an excuse to make a big salad every night and these big salads, and either it all right in front of them, and I take it and I go into my bedroom, and I shut the door and I eat it privately. These big salads. Let's just say they contain any. All of the above or below. Chopped Green cabbage spinach walnuts, walnut consumption has skyrocketed during quite. That's gotta be huge than walnuts are with you. Look up the fucking health benefits of walnuts you're just like. Why? Why am I not these fistful every day? That's gotta be at your so. Okay keep going. Nuts chopped walnuts in the salad. Like this is my new thing. You don't even need croutons. Walnuts are just as good if not better. They are really good in a salad. When I was doing sweet green every day, I always got walnuts, and they were so good in it. I think you are the person I think you got me on the Walnut and a salad train from your side that yes? Yes thank you. You did yeah. And whatever I have in house. Mushrooms tomatoes cucumbers. I'd like a garbage pail salad whatever you have laying around. And I and I do I used to put a lot of garlic onion and the salad I've kind of pulled back off that and maybe I'll put like a little bit of onion if anything. But I'm not missing it I. Get a lot of flavor from, did you? Why did you back on garlic? Yeah, well I. Don't want to put the people in my house on blast, but let's just say. There were some complaints that I was over garlic and onion inning the cooking own, so it was kind of like unanimous vote that I was not a part of that I had to start winning the salads a little bit. Okay now the first time you've had to D- onion. I'm sure and not the last time. Certainly you can imagine my morning breath the morning after having a fifty percent onion salad UNB teeth. Anyway so I! Am this dressing for me? Here's what's key. It has a whole lemon I. don't skimp. A drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper, and then I personally like to very small drizzle just for flavor and texture and wetness of any kind of delicious dressing, whether it's green, goddess an organic Vegan Caesar. Dressing you so it just gives it just binds it together in very flavorful way. Got Up and then you really keep sorry, keep going, and then just like. I've been eating a lot more fish. You know how I love my canned fish. My sardines like. And I'm eating a lot of neck. You know I've been making a lot of honesty leap. Organic chicken thighs and like cooking with proteins in a way that I don't usually cook and. Bitch eating more. Let's just leave it at that. Will you're the queen of Big Salads and I? Almost I'm like okay. You know what maybe we gotta get. When this episode comes out like, get that glowing up into stories going with some pictures of your salads. Maybe maybe a snap of me with my Yoga. Mat, like like I want visual aids here especially to what you're eating. If at all possible, I know you do it on your stories sometimes, but no salads are okay. You're I'm. Your big salads are almost like. It's like an an unattainable. It's like an Emmy Award, right? It's like wow, that's so cool like, but I'll never have an emmy. Chhaya peabody try to Nobel peace prize, Macarthur Genius Grant. Don't give me A. Daytime Emmy. Shit. You're right. You're hundred right, so that's that's pretty much it. My partner adamant me tape our podcast. Nobody listens to Paula poundstone in a little studio where we can only one instrument for a house band although we want fin a Yak on A. It's a comedy advice. Show experts talk about things we all need to know. We had a mortician explain a better way to die. Urban Chicken farmer told us how to raise poultry in your backyard I casting agent coach man how to get the raw. A constitutional expert explained the bill of Rights. Maybe we can get the White House to listen to that episode. Also an astronaut told us how to astronaut. We have hand puppets for trump and vocabulary words like nugatory find out when nugatory means listen to nobody listens to Paul About Sto-. I feel like we should get to. We we? Kinda got wrap it up here I. Mean You know we have such busy lives to get back to you? But yeah, we haven't Bagman. Excited about this segment e-. Do, you WanNa do you want? US. So Estrin I have. Devised a new segment and we call it sad women in history. And here's the point of the segment. It's part history lesson where we're going to highlight. Put a spotlight on a woman of history. WHO'S COULD BE TRAGIC? She could be a scammer. She could be a disgraced. She could be infamous. You know anything along those lines. We're going to learn about her. And then we're GONNA. Decide through spirited debate whether or not she's an Ester or if she's caroline. That's right. We've decided to highlight our fellow sisterhood and highlight a special woman. Because you know, we're forward thinking feminists, but are we highlighting women that you probably shouldn't know anything about? Yeah, but. It's all. All the name of putting each other down in a gentle but fun way exactly it's taking the time. To talk about women that should be forgotten and using them as an insult for each other. No. We'll learn something. Whether, it's history whether it's scams of your. It's all learning. So Esther, why don't you introduce who's who are we highlighting today? What's her name? So today? We are highlighting the very famous look. People have our generation know about her Her name, the sad woman in history, the first one to get US GOING IS ROSIE RUIZ! Now Rosie Perez is. Famous for. Should, I read this little thing you typed up for shy. Speak from the heart. I can't decide well I. Mean it's up to you. I I. Do a little luck. Do either do what what serves you best. Okay, let's try I've never actually read words so. Professional actress. This Okay Ruis stunned the running world by being the first woman to cross the finish line in Boston in two hours, thirty one minutes and fifty six seconds, so the boss she won the Boston. Marathon which is the most like exclusive marathon it would have been the third fastest time ever recorded by a woman in a marathon, but suspicions about her victory arose immediately, spotters had not seen her at checkpoints along the twenty six mile course and after the race. She told a television interviewer that she had only run one other marathon. We love hurts already, so what we have here is. She won the Boston Marathon, but she can't came out of nowhere right like usually the winners of these marathons. You kind of know like it's GonNa. Be this person or this person, but she one and it was this big surprise. Like Oh my God, who is she? Rosie ries just jumped on the scene with. No one had heard of her. Exactly and Ruiz's victory in Boston was nullified race organizers, their base their decision on about ten thousand photographs taken along the last mile of the race, as well as on information supplied by the news media and observers along the route. In addition at least one witness recalled seeing Ruiz. Enter the course at Kenmore Square about a mile from the finish line..

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

09:26 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" 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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"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

11:38 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"She could admit her own shortcomings and quit but she thought about the consequences. She might face what would happen if her boss who paid for her to run in the Boston. Marathon found out that she hadn't even made it half way. The other option was to cheat. Sheet already gotten away with New York and she believes she could easily get away with it again so she made her decision. She turned an abruptly. Jog off the race route. Just like she had in New York for we took a short cut after exiting. The race release found a quiet place to wait for an hour staying as far away from views. She could when enough time has passed to make her finishing time believable. She made her way to the nearest train station and took the hour long train. Ride to Kenmore Square and Boston. Ruiz was more careful than she'd been in New York. She kept to herself and didn't strike up a conversation with anyone as she boarded the Green Line train. The train was crowded and Ruiz's hard pounded as it crawled toward Boston. Desperately hoping that no one would make eye contact and ask her about the marathon number on her shirt. No one did ruis made it to Boston without being noticed when Rees reached her destination she left the train headed for the finish line slipping through the busy crowd or we started running as she approached the race just over two hours after the race began rosie. Ruiz emerged from the crowd of cheering spectators and seamlessly merged with the marathon runners. She glanced behind her then to her left and right none of the spectators nor any of the other runners seemed to recognize that anything was amiss however elise had rejoined the race far ahead of any other female runners. It's possible that she simply missed judged jump into the marathon however it's also possible that like she told her mother she felt as though she needed to win and tried her best to do exactly that after jumping onto the course ruis reportedly ran the last mile of the race. She built up enough sweat to look convincing enough to most spectators and the enthusiastic crowd cheered her on as she stumbled past the finish line. Exactly two hours thirty one minutes and fifty six seconds after the race began rosie. Ries had fought her way through car. Crashes Brain surgeries and numerous personal problems to win the most prestigious running event in the world. It was no longer Rosie Ruis Administrative Assistant. She was now. We re we's Boston marathon champion. After crossing the finish line released put on a good show and played the part of a marathon runner exhausted looking. She nearly collapsed into the arms of two police officers. Photographers and TV. Cameramen focused their lenses. On the victorious. Ruis as she limped with the officers help away from the finish line. Other runners congratulated breweries. She passed which she acknowledged with a smile. Ruis made it to the victory stand where race officials congratulated her placed a laurel wreath on her head suddenly energetic ruis wave to the crowd and beamed taking in all of the attention. She had gotten away with her lie. Rosie Ruiz had become in the blink of an eye a famed marathon champion. Three minutes after Rosie Ruiz finished Jacqueline Guru across the finish line and was met with a polite cheer from the crowd. Caro- immediately noticed that the cheers weren't as loud as she expected. She looked up to the winter. Stand and saw Rosie release with a wreath and a metal and was confused. She had senior we's at any point in the entire race. Garo finished with a time of two hours. Thirty four minutes. Twenty eight seconds a new personal best but there was no fanfare or Laurel wreath for her. No Prize for second place. Ruis had beaten the women's record by nearly three minutes on the Victory Stage Rosie. Ruiz took her place alongside men's winner. Bill Rogers Rogers took one look at release and furrowed his brow. He expected to be standing alongside. Jacqueline Guerrero the first words Rogers said to Ruiz were simply. Who Are you? As Ruis innocently introduced herself Rogers took a closer look at her and quickly realized that something was fishy or we was wearing a thick shirt with sleeves. Despite the fact that all elite long distance runners preferred thin sleeveless shirts even stranger. There were no sweat stains on her uniform. She didn't seem nearly as exhausted as Rogers knew she would be after finishing a marathon on top of all that we simply didn't physically look like she was in shape to be a marathon runner however it was too late to stop the celebrations Massachusetts Governor. Edward King shook ruis and Rogers hands as he awarded them their medals and congratulated them on their victories as the two winners stood together on the podium. Rogers made small talk with Ruis. He asked her what her splits were and was met with a blank stare or we didn't know that splits were. Jerez time divided into smaller parts. That confirmed it for Rogers. She definitely hadn't run the race. Rogers the race organizers and members of the press. We're beginning to realize what had happened but ruis for the moment was victorious. She was on top of the world down in the crowd. Bill Rodgers brother. Charlie watched and begin to feel physically. Ill He also realized Ruiz's didn't look like a marathon runner and that there must have been a mistake as the medal ceremony concluded. Charlie set off to find a race official to tell them off his suspicions within five minutes of ruas victory. The organizers of the marathon knew something had gone terribly wrong when we come back Rosie. Ruiz faces serious questions about her shocking marathon. Victory now back to the story on April Twenty First Nineteen Eighty Twenty six year old administrative assistant rosie. Ruiz came out of nowhere to win the Boston Marathon. It was a great story an amateur runner with only one other race to her name. Who beat the odds to win the marathon? It seemed too good to be true because it was rosie. Ruiz hadn't run the marathon at all. She had cheated. Suspicions started to mount immediately after we cross the Finish Line. It started with a male winner. Bill Rodgers. Who could sense that we hadn't run twenty six miles a few minutes? After Ruis was given her medal. She was pulled into a television interview with Catherine Switzer who had run the marathon in nineteen sixty seven by registering as a man. Switzer introduced release to the as the winner of the marathon in possibly a new American women's running record holder. First Switzer asked Ruis. How many marathons she'd run before. Ruis responded that this was her second after the New York marathon only a few months before with a time of two hours and fifty. Six minutes. Switzer asked what is attributed her twenty minute improvement to between pauses to sneeze and cough. We simply said she didn't know like bill. Rogers Switzer began to feel doubt so. She tried to dig deeper. She asked if she'd been training with a lot of heavy intervals. Workouts designed to increase speed res laughing replied that she didn't even know what intervals were. Switzer's unease was evident in her expression when she ended the interview noting that rees was a mystery woman who seemingly evaded all of the marathons checkpoints on her way to victory by the time. The two winners were brought in front of a group of reporters for a news conference. The confusion over releases out of nowhere. Victory had turned into suspicion. Reporters followed Switzer's lead and peppered Ruis with questions Ruiz's answer is left the reporters more skeptical than they'd been before she said she'd only been running long distances for a year and a half didn't have a coach or advisor and didn't know what time splits were to explain why she didn't seem tired after running an entire marathon. Ruiz said she'd gotten up with a lot of energy that morning. When asked how it was possible that no other female runner had spotted her during the race. She offered three explanations I. She had paid herself off of the men seconds. She was so new to the sport that no one knew who she was and finally her short hair must've made the other runners assumes he was male. The reporters were now certain that something was wrong with Rosie Res Inter victory by the time the final marathon runner crossed the finish line. Just over an hour. After Ruiz's finish rumors and speculation were spreading rapidly. Adding fuel to the fire were comments from Jacqueline Gero and Patty Lions stating that. Neither of them saw any woman pass them during the race. After the press conference Bill Rodgers went right to the Boston Marathon. Race director will clooney and told him that there was no way. Ruis had run the race. Clooney knew he had to handle the situation carefully he was concerned about the effect of cheating. Scandal might have on the reputation of the Boston Marathon. A few hours after the race cloney met with Rosie Ruiz at her hotel so she could tell her side of the story where we brought along her friends. Steve Merrick the president of a running club. She joined the week before the marathon. Who claimed he could vouch for? Release Ruis defiantly maintained that she ran the whole race and won it fair and square merrick backed up Ruiz's story as much as he could specifically noting that he saw her at the starting line in Hopkinton however neither Merrick. Not anyone else saw release at any other point in the race. Clooney left the hotel that night unsure of the truth. Ruiz was convincing. But so as Rogers. Only one thing was clear the Boston. Marathon was now embroiled in a major controversy and it was up to Clooney and the Boston Athletic Association to find out what really happened while. Clooney began investigating the marathon winners. Victory Lap continued normally early the next morning on April Twenty Second Nineteen Eighty Rosie. Ruiz and Bill Rodgers were brought to the set of local. Tv show called good day live to be interviewed about their wins. Rogers.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:22 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"On Wednesday April thirtieth will clooney held a press conference in downtown Boston. He announced that the Board of governors had voted unanimously to strip rosie. Ruiz of her Boston Marathon win. He stated that the evidence showed beyond a reasonable doubt. That Ruis did not run the entire race. Seated to Kony's right was a jet-lagged Jacqueline Gero. Who had yet again made the trip to Boston this time. She was finally given what she earned nine days before the title of Boston. Marathon Champion cloney placed the Laurel Wreath on Garros. Head has members of the press clapped. Garros smiled and gave a half-hearted fist pump to celebrate her late victory back in New York Rosie. Ruiz delivered downtrodden statement to reporters once again weekly claiming that she'd been wrongly disqualified and that one day she would prove it with the investigation over and the scandal winding down will clooney traveled to New York to meet with res a third and final time. At her apartment she continued arguing that she'd run the race but clooney stopped her. She'd already been disqualified. There was no more need for release to defend herself. He was there to simply offer an olive branch. He invited her to run the Boston. Marathon again. In nineteen eighty-one maybe in a year. She could prove that she really was the elite runners she claimed to be Coney. Did ask for one thing. He wanted Ruiz's metal back to awarded to the winner. A devastated Ruis refused. She repeated that she'd run the race and earn that medal. Clooney was shocked. Despite all that had been revealed Ruiz truly believed it was rightfully hers. Not wanting to force more conflict. Colonie let her keep it. Ruis returned to work later that week hoping that the controversy was over and she could move on with their life instead. Her boss called her into his office. He felt betrayed. It supported res paid for her trip to Boston and even defended her to the press now. She proven herself a liar or those reasons. Ruis was fired in less than two weeks of misfortune. Rosie ries had lost everything. Her Marathon win her job and reputation wherever she went in New York City. She was reminded of her own failures almost instantly joke t shirts for the Rosie. Ruiz Fan club decorated with subway. Tokens became popular in New York and Boston. Her name became synonymous with cheating to pull a rosy ruis entered the cultural lexicon. Ruiz tried to ignore it as best she could and pull her life back together. She got a job as a bookkeeper at Richard Stevens. Inc a Manhattan based real estate firm and stayed out of the public eye in the winter of nineteen eighty eight months after her disqualification. Steve Merrick visited release to catch up and checking on her. Their conversation drifted to the events of the Boston. Marathon merrick remarked flat out that for we's clearly didn't run the much to his surprise. She didn't defend herself instead. She simply replied that. She didn't need to tell Merrick the truth because he already knew. According to Merrick. Ruis told him that she never intended to win the marathon. She'd only wanted to finish with a good enough time to impress her boss. And Co workers back in New York. She simply failed to notice that the first woman hadn't crossed the finish line yet and jumped into the race too early a year later the nineteen eighty one Boston. Marathon was held without incident and Rosie. Ruiz was nowhere to be seen. She didn't take Wilk Loney up on his offer to run again. In fact Ruis never again competed in an organized race. Her career as a long distance runner was behind her her career as a liar however was far from over as released. Got Her life back on track. She still felt the inexorable poll towards ethically problematic behavior some reporters viewed reasons behavior as sociopathic. She didn't follow the rules because she didn't really see them through. Some combination of intelligence charisma and ambition. Res Always felt like she could get away with anything. Her new job offer new opportunities to take advantage of Rosie releases responsibilities as a bookkeeper for a real estate firm included personally dealing with the company's finances cashing checks and depositing funds tens of thousands of dollars pass through her hands every week. It wasn't long before she started skimming off the top. At first she took small amounts from the cash. She was given to deposit at the bank. Eventually she stopped bothering to go to the bank. Keeping everything for herself Ruiz's crimes escalated. It wasn't enough to steal cash from the company she started forging checks to supplement. Her own salary or bosses at the firm didn't seem to notice that any money was missing. Sir We's continued stealing more and more. It was as if she didn't see it as a crime like the Boston Marathon. It appeared that she saw it as taking a little shortcut to get what she deserved and like the marathon. She could have gotten away with him if she hadn't gone a little too far with our added income or we lived luxuriously. She rented an expensive apartment. In Greenwich Village in Manhattan. Two cabs to work instead of the subway and went skiing every weekend. She took as many sick days as possible. Some weeks barely showing up to the office. Her coworkers were astonished by her lifestyle. They couldn't figure out how she managed it on her meagre salary eventually. Her bosses wondered the same thing. They took a closer look at the worksheet. Done over the past couple of months and were shocked to discover the truth. They realized that Ruiz had stolen more than fifteen thousand dollars in cash and forged over forty five thousand dollars worth of checks on April fifth. One thousand nine hundred eighty two. They alerted the police who opened a criminal investigation into Ruis two weeks later on April nineteenth two plainclothes detectives knocked on Rosie releases apartment door when she answered the door. Detectives Copter informed her that she was being arrested for. Grand Larceny and forgery. Release put on a pair of large sunglasses as she was taken to the police precinct to be booked and charged as the detectives walked her to the precinct. Doors reporters pushed microphones toward her shouted questions or we kept her head down and said nothing. Her assets were seized. Her bank accounts frozen without any money to bail herself out. Ruiz sat in jail for a week while she awaited a resolution to her case. The evidence supplied by her bosses. At the real estate firm was undeniable. Ruis had no choice but to accept a plea deal. She pleaded guilty to the charges and received a sentence of time served plus five years probation after receiving her sentence. Ruiz's came to the realization that she couldn't start over yet again in New York City. She had burned too many bridges and couldn't take the media attention that's still surrounded her so she made two major life decisions in one thousand nine hundred eighty three i. She would never talk about the Boston marathon ever again second. She decided to return home to Miami Florida and live with her family. She moved down. South got her real estate agents license and always looking for a quick way to make an extra buck began selling cocaine or we got to know two other women who were also looking to earn some extra income together. The women formed a small-scale cocaine dealing Operation Ruis acted as middleman in broker. Taking the cocaine from the supplier. While partners sold it to street level dealers in November of nineteen eighty three to four weeks as partners went to meet a buyer in the Marriott Hotel near the Miami International Airport. The plan was to sell about fifty two thousand dollars worth of cocaine. Ruiz's partners met the buyer at the airport and began negotiating. The buyer wanted more than just fifty two thousand dollars worth. Sir wheezes partner said they could get him as much as he wanted. They offered to sell them. Two kilograms of high-grade cocaine which had a street value of nearly half a million dollars. The buyer agreed. It was going to be a massive payday for a we's and her partners except it wasn't a drug deal at all it was a drug bust. The buyer was an undercover cop. Andrews's partners were immediately arrested and the police also put out an arrest warrant for Rosie Ruis when she heard that her partners were in custody and the police were now looking for her release. Had another important decision to make surrender and face criminal prosecution or run home. She could potentially escape back to Cuba where her estranged father still lived after a week of deliberation or we decided that she was done running. She turned herself in and was charged with cocaine trafficking. A federal judge deemed a flight risk and.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

10:11 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Somewhere near the ten mile. Mark near Nineteenth Street in Brooklyn or we had a change of heart either due to injury or due to exhaustion. She walked off the course and left the race. That didn't mean she had given up on her goal of finishing however far from it she had just decided to take a little shortcut. Ruiz's descended into the subway system and got onto the one train going North into Manhattan. She took a seat and kept her head down trying not to draw any attention to herself with thousands of people participating in the New York Marathon. It wouldn't have seemed that unusual to see a runner on the train. After a few stops release felt more comfortable and struck up a conversation with a woman named Susan Morrow was sitting next to her as it turned out the two of them were going to the same place. The marathon's finish line in central park. Ruiz told Moro that she twisted her ankle at the ten mile mark of the marathon but wanted to cheer on the other runners at the end of the race. Moral was headed to see her friend. Cross the finish line ruis and her new friend off the subway at Columbus Circle and made their way into central park. Ruis was noticeably limping and would occasionally on moral shoulders. They pushed through the crowd in police barricades to get to the finish line as they made their way through. The crowd. Ruis grabbed a can of juice and poured it. Over her head moreover. I thought that was odd but reason that it was a quirky runners. Habit when the two of them reached the final barricade. Ruiz declared herself and injured runner and was helped into the medical tent. Then are we told the medical staff at the marathon that she'd already completed the race. They credited her a time of two hours. Fifty six minutes and twenty nine seconds ranking her at twenty third place among all women that time also qualified her for the Boston Marathon. One of the most famous and celebrated running events in the world after briefly receiving treatment on her ankle. Ruis emerged from the medical tent and found Moro. They exchanged contact information. Andrew we suggested the two could have lunch the next week then. Res Disappeared into the crowd as loved everything about the marathon the thrill of the races beginning the camaraderie with other runners and the victory of finishing the only part she didn't like was having to actually run all twenty six miles but she had seemingly found a way around that when she returned to work. The following Monday release received a hero's welcome. Her coworkers were shocked and impressed by her achievement and Ruiz soaked in the attention. Her boss who also happen to be. A runner was particularly impressed after finding out that her time qualified her for the Boston marathon he generously offered to pay for wiest trip to compete in April her. We graciously accepted but despite her supposed successes all is not well for Rosie Ries in the days and weeks following her surprisingly strong finish in the New York Marathon. She began to feel increasingly nervous. Her fraudulent act hadn't just impressed her roommates and friends. It had also created expectations among her co workers and her boss now had to be met. She couldn't risk letting them all down even worse if she performed badly in Boston she'd risked revealing that her New York marathon finish was ally so she trained with the intention of running the full race in addition to wanting to prove herself rees also knew that her cheat in Newark wasn't guaranteed to work in Boston which was a more prestigious race with greater media. Attention and scrutiny in the five months between the New York marathon in the Boston Marathon. Ruis ran as much as she could. Outside of work as the race approached in the spring of nineteen eighty however ruis likely knew she wasn't ready the truth was she wouldn't be able to legitimately come close to the two hours fifty six minutes. She supposedly accomplished in New York and it was even more likely that she wouldn't be able to finish the race at all but she couldn't quit. She had to see it through on April twentieth. Nineteen eighty the night before the marathon ruis called her mother in Miami. She asked her mother to pray for her and said that she needed to win. Her mother applied that she always prayed for her. The next morning we left her hotel and walked to the starting area of the Nineteen Eighty Boston. Marathon it would be the most consequential day of her entire life. When we come back Rosie Ruis takes on the Boston marathon now. Back to the story as twenty six year old Rosie. Ruiz stepped up to the starting line of the Nineteen Eighty Boston Marathon. She felt a huge amount of pressure to perform. Not only did she feel the personal pressure to replicate her supposedly great finish in the nineteen seventy nine New York marathon but she also felt as though she was carrying the burden of the women who came before her. She couldn't let herself do significantly worse in Boston. Let alone fail to finish and risk revealing that. Her performance in New York was ally too much was at stake her reputation her job and possibly even the reputation of women's long distance running the Boston. Marathon was one of the first races established after the eighteen ninety six Olympics and was first held one year later on April nineteenth eighteen ninety seven quickly established itself as one of the most respected and celebrated running events in the world and remains today the world's oldest annual marathon when marathons I began. They were only open to male runners and it took nearly seventy five years for the Boston Marathon to be open to women in one thousand nine hundred sixty six twenty four year old. Roberta Gibbs submitted an application for the Boston marathon but was rejected by the race director. Who stated that women were physiologically incapable of running long distances? Gabe refused to accept that instead. She took a bus from San Diego to Boston and hid in the bushes as the race started. After a few moments and wearing a bulky sweater she surreptitiously jumped into the crowd of runners within a few minutes. The runners around realized that give was a woman and gave her their support. After they told Gibbs that they wouldn't let the race organizers. Throw her out give took offer sweatshirt and revealed her gender by the end of the marathon. She was a celebrity. The Governor of Massachusetts arrived to shake her hand as she crossed the finish line. Still the race refused to allow women but give at inspired them to run it anyway. The next year twenty nine year old Katherine Switzer registered as a male to get a number and penny then finished the race. Despite a race officials attempt to physically remove her from the race. Thanks to the efforts of women like give and Switzer the amateur Athletic Union finally permitted women to running marathons in nineteen seventy two that year. Eight women started the race and all finished by the time. Rosie Ruis arrived in Boston in one thousand nine hundred eighty. The number of women running had risen to four hundred fifty six still a fraction compared to the five thousand male runners when Rosie. Ruiz woke up on the morning of April. Twenty first nineteen eighty. She may have intended on running the race legitimately despite her lies about finishing the New York Marathon. She might have still been conflicted about doing the same in Boston and may have wanted to prove to herself that she could run the entire race but cheating was always an option. The weather was warm that morning when Rosie Ruiz left her hotel. She took the train to the suburb of. Hopkinton where she meant. Four hundred and fifty five other women and over five thousand men at the starting line of the marathon. She received the official number W fifty signifying that. She was the fiftieth ranked woman in the race. Thanks to her supposed finish in New York Jacqueline Guiraud. A Canadian runner was the favourite to win the women's race. She'd won the national capital Marathon in Ottawa. The year before and many of the spectators in Boston that day were there to see. If Garo could win another Garros stiffest competition was with American Patti. Lyons who came in second in the New York Marathon. Twenty six year old Rosie. Ruiz was not on anyone's radar despite her high rank and her strong finish in New York but ruis was there to win and was willing to do whatever it took to achieve first place. The starting gun was fired. Fans cheered as Rosy Ruis and a five thousand other runners set off on the twenty six mile journey to shoulder in a massive swarm. It wasn't long before her legs and feet began to tire. Her breathing became more labored as deep down understood that Oliver Training hadn't truly prepared her for a full marathon. She was never going to finish all twenty six miles not long into the race. Ruis had a momentous decision to make..

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

07:20 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Not return or lease friendliness. Instead she bluntly asked Ruis y she cheated in Boston. It had been over three years but the wound was still fresh. Caro- wanted answers had no interest in telling the truth. She repeated which he'd always said she didn't cheat she ran the whole race. She'd won legitimately and she planned to run it again. Kenro was surprised and insulted by wheezes continued dishonesty and lack of remorse so she abruptly ended. The conversation shook her head and walked away. Like Jacqueline Garo. The sport of long distance running couldn't so easily move past the story of Rosie Ruiz. The we scandal was in the words of one runner. The end of the Sports Age of innocence the beloved public aspect of marathons the fact that a world famous athlete leg. Jacqueline Gero ran on the same course at the same time as an amateur like Rosie. Ruiz was now considered a flaw in the system. In the years after Rosie Releases Win The New York and Boston Marathons added significant new security measures more checkpoints. More cameras and more scrutiny. On each and every runner some marathons split runners into two separate races. One with elite competitive runners and won with amateurs eventually races also began inserting tracking chips in the runners shoes to make sure that no one could ever again. Paul a Rosie Ruiz. There were also however positive consequences of reasons actions as she predicted the nonstop news coverage of the controversy made many people pay attention to women's running. For the first time Ruiz's tainted victory may have been a loss of innocence for the sport but it also put it on the cultural map in a way that little else could female participation in the Boston marathon nearly doubled in the two years after wheezes win in nineteen eighty four or the summer games in Los Angeles. The Olympics added a women's marathon event for the first time in history. Jacqueline Garrone competed for Canada but didn't finish due to an injury in the midst of all this change that she helped create rosie. Ruiz stayed quiet in Florida. Happy to remain out of the spotlight or leases life. However remained turbulent Ruiz's relationship with her husband Vivas was rocky. The two of them fought constantly ruis later blamed their marital problems solely on political differences. She was liberal and conservative. Though there were likely other issues at play. Their marriage disintegrated the course of the next two years. In August of one thousand nine hundred five they separated and Ruis moved to West Palm Beach to live with her mother. Reza's tendency to get into trouble followed her to her new home getting her into conflicts with multiple landlords three of whom sued to evict her for breaking her lease. She bounced through a series of jobs working as a public notary and later. Starting your own cleaning service with two other women. Business only lasted a couple of years but release of course managed to take full advantage of every park. She could she even managed to live rent free at a palm beach cottage and exchange or cleaning services in one thousand nine hundred thirty five year. Old Rosie Ruis got a job at the laboratory corporation of America as a client representative. She met a woman named Margarita. Alvarez by the early nineteen nineties the two of them became romantically involved in one thousand nine hundred ninety three forty year. Old Ruis moved into Alvarez House into question Florida by the mid Nineties Rosie. Ruiz found some stability in her life. In lab core and INTO CUESTA. She finally managed to stay in one place after a lifetime of constant turbulence. She raised three sons with Margarita and beyond a handful of traffic violations remained. Mostly out of trouble. Ruis kept her Boston Marathon medal in storage because looking at it made her melancholic still every year. In mid April. She watched the race throughout the two decades following the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Countless journalists attempted to finer weeds but none were successful in getting an interview. She kept her married name even after her. Divorce FROM ECHO VIVAS. Making it easier for her to stay hidden in one thousand nine hundred eight. A reporter from the Palm Beach Post finally managed to track her down by talking to co workers at Labcorp when Ruis heard about the reporter. She finally broke her silence including telling her co workers that she was indeed the famous. Rosie Ruiz even with her secret out. Ruis remained careful about how she interacted with reporter. She refused to meet them. In person only confirmed her identity by dropping off a reason photo at a public location or the reporter to pick up later when the reporter finally made contact over. The phone release was ready to tell her side of the story. After eighteen years as it turned out her story hadn't changed. She still claimed that she had run the whole race and deserve the medal as blame the entire controversy on politics. She said the race organizers and fans wanted the favorites like Jacqueline Guerrero to win and disqualified her because they were embarrassed that an amateur beat them also claimed that her later legal issues were the result of misunderstandings and bad luck. According to Ruis her cocaine dealing arrest was the result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time in a type statement there were we sent to the reporter after the interview or we promised that she would run again and this time she vowed there would be no mistake about her abilities after the interview in Nineteen Ninety Eight Rosie. Ruiz successfully slipped back into anonymity. She refused to talk to anyone else about her past. She never did run again. Rosie died on July eight. Two Thousand Nineteen after ten year battle with cancer or death was only reported on after journalists recognized. Her photo in a digital obituary published quietly on the Internet. The obituary made no reference to her maiden name nor to her brief running career in the decades since the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Jacqueline Guiraud developed empathy for the struggles that we went through and ultimately forgave her after his death Garo posted a facebook tribute calling her a great woman. Who made some mistakes? She thinks that the entire saga of Rosie ries makes a good lesson. Cheating will never give you satisfaction and it's also simply.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

10:29 min | 5 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Ruins return to work later that week hoping that the controversy was over and she could move on with their life instead. Her boss called her into his office. He betrayed it's supported. Ruis paid for her trip to Boston and even defended her to the press now. She proven herself a liar. Those reasons ruis was fired in less than two weeks misfortune rosie. Ruiz had lost everything her marathon win her job and her reputation wherever she went in. New York City. She was reminded of her own failures. Almost instantly joke t shirts for the Rosie. Ruiz Fan club decorated with subway. Tokens became popular in New York and Boston. Her name became synonymous with cheating to pull a rosier. We's entered the cultural lexicon. Ruis tried to ignore it as best. She could an polar life back together. She got a job as a bookkeeper at Richard Stevens. Inc Manhattan based Real Estate Firm and stayed out of the Public. I in the winter of nineteen eighty eight months after her disqualification Steve Merrick visited release to catch up and check in on her. Their conversation drifted to the events of the Boston. Marathon merrick remarked flat out that for we's clearly didn't run the marathon much to his surprise. She didn't defend herself instead. She simply replied that. She didn't need to tell the truth because he already knew according to Merrick or we told that she never intended to win the marathon. She'd only wanted to finish with good enough time to impress her boss. And Co workers back in New York. She'd simply failed to notice that the first woman hadn't crossed the finish line yet jumped into the race too early a year later. The nineteen eighty one Boston. Marathon was held without incident and Rosie Ruis was nowhere to be seen. She didn't take will clooney up on his offer to run again. In fact Ruis never again competed in an organized race. Her career as a long distance runner was behind her career as a liar however was far from over as released. Got Her life back on track. She still felt the inexorable poll towards ethically problematic behavior some reporters viewed reasons behavior as sociopathic. She didn't follow the rules because she didn't really see them through. Some combination of intelligence charisma and ambition. Res Always felt like she could get away with anything. Her new job offered her new opportunities to take advantage of Rosero wheezes responsibilities as a bookkeeper for a real estate firm included personally dealing with the company's finances cashing checks and depositing funds tens of thousands of dollars pass through her hands. Every week wasn't long before she started skimming off the top. At first she took small amounts from the cash. She was given to deposit the bank. Eventually she stopped bothering to go to the bank. Keeping everything for herself crimes escalated. It wasn't enough to steal cash from the company she started forging checks to supplement. Her own salary or bosses at the firm didn't seem to notice that any money was missing. Sir. We is continued stealing more and more. It was as if she didn't see it as a crime like the Boston Marathon. It appeared that she saw it as taking a little shortcut to get what she deserved and like the marathon. She could have gotten away with it if she hadn't gone a little too far with her added income or we lived luxuriously. She went in an expensive apartment in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. Two cabs to work instead of the subway and went skiing every weekend. She took as many sick days as possible. Some weeks barely showing up to the office. Her coworkers were astonished by her lifestyle. They couldn't figure out how she managed it on her meagre salary eventually. Her bosses wondered the same thing. They took a closer look at the worksheet. Done over the past couple of months and were shocked to discover the truth. They realized that Ruis had stolen more than fifteen thousand dollars in cash and forged over forty five thousand dollars worth of checks on April Fifth Nineteen eighty-two they alerted the police who opened a criminal investigation into Ruis two weeks later on April Nineteenth two plainclothes detectives knocked on Rosie releases apartment door when she answered the door detectives and informed her that she was being arrested for. Grand Larceny and forgery. Breeze put on a pair of large sunglasses as she was taken to the police precinct to be booked and charged as the detectives walked her to the precinct doors. Reporters pushed microphones towards her and shouted questions. Ruiz's kept her head down and said nothing. Her assets were seized. Her bank accounts frozen without any money to bail herself out. Ruiz sat in jail for a week while she awaited a resolution to her case. The evidence supplied by bosses at the real estate firm was undeniable. Ruis had no choice but to accept a plea deal. She pleaded guilty to the charges and received a sentence of time served plus five years probation after receiving her sentence. Ruiz's came to the realization that she couldn't start over yet again in New York City. She had burned too many bridges and couldn't take the media attention that's still surrounded her so she made two major life decisions in Nineteen eighty-three i. She would never talk about the Boston marathon ever again second. She decided to return home to Miami Florida and live with her family. She moved down. South got her real estate agents license and always looking for a quick way to make an extra buck began selling cocaine. Ruis got to know two other women who were also looking to earn some extra income together. The women formed a small scale cocaine dealing operation or we acted as middlemen in broker. Taking the cocaine from the supplier while for partners sold it to street level dealers in November of nineteen eighty three to of releases partners went to meet a buyer in the Marriott Hotel near the Miami International Airport. The plan was to sell about fifty. Two thousand dollars worth of cocaine partners met the buyer at the airport and began negotiating. The buyer wanted more than just fifty two thousand dollars worth sir. Wheezes partners said they could get as much as he wanted the offered to Salem. Two kilograms of high-grade cocaine which had a street value of nearly half a million dollars. The buyer agreed. It was going to be a massive pay day for a week and her partners except it wasn't a drug deal at all. It was a drug bust. The buyer was an undercover cop. Andrews partners were immediately arrested and police also put out an arrest warrant for Rosie Ruis. When she heard that her partners were in custody and the police were now looking for her release had another important decision to make surrender and face criminal prosecution or run she could potentially escape back to Cuba where her estranged father still lived. After a week of deliberation Ruiz's decided that she was done running. She turned herself in and was charged with cocaine trafficking. A federal judge deemed ruis a flight risk and ordered her held without bond while they're case progressed. After spending twenty three days in jail rees was sentenced to three years probation less than a month later in January nineteen eighty-four thirty year old Rosie. Ruiz was back in a courtroom. This time to get married. Her husband Egorova Voss was a Colombian immigrant. Who arrived in Miami less than a year before with her cocaine dealing career over. Ruis went out looking for another job. Ironically she was hired by the better business bureau as an accreditation specialist this time she promised herself not to take shortcuts whenever her coworkers asked about the marathon always denied that she was the same. Rosie Ruiz who cheated her way to victory. She wanted to put the mistakes of her. Past is far behind her as possible. There was one exception to this self-imposed secrecy in February of Nineteen eighty-four release discovered Jacqueline. Guerrero was coming to Miami to run a ten K at the Orange Bowl and we couldn't help herself Rosie. Ruiz in Jacqueline Gero had been side by side and all the media coverage of the marathon controversy but had never spoken face to face ruis to finally meet the woman she cheated. When we come back Ruis meets Jacqueline Guiraud now. Back to the story by early. Nineteen eighty-four thirty year old. Rosie ries was on a path to redemption. She was out of jail at a new job and just got married. She was ready to put the past behind her. She wanted one last piece of closure she wanted to meet the woman. She cheated out the Boston Marathon. Win In nineteen eighty. Ruiz went to the Orange Bowl in Miami. On the day of a ten K race and found Jacqueline Gero stretching by the starting line ruis approached with a friendly smile and introduced herself. Kenro did.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

11:19 min | 6 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"She could admit her own shortcomings and quit but she thought about the consequences. She might face what would happen if her boss who paid for her to run in the Boston. Marathon found out. She hadn't even made it half way. The other option was to cheat sheet. Already gotten away with the New York and believes she could easily get away with it again so she made her decision. She turned in abruptly. Jog off the race route. Just like she had in New York for we took a shortcut after exiting the race release found a quiet place to wait for an hour staying as far away from view. She could when enough time had passed to make her finishing time believable. She made her way to the nearest train station and took the hour long train. Ride to Kenmore Square and Bruins is more careful than she'd been in New York. She kept to herself and didn't strike up a conversation with anyone as she boarded the Green Line train. The train was crowded and releases heart pounded as it crawled toward Boston. Desperately hoping that no one would make eye contact and ask her about the marathon number on her shirt. No one did ruis made it to Boston. Without being noticed. When Ruiz reached her destination she left the train and headed for the finish line slipping through the busy crowd where we started running as she approached the race. Just over two hours after the race began rosie. Ruiz emerged from the crowd of cheering spectators and seamlessly merged with the marathon runners. She glanced behind her then to her left and right none of the spectators nor any of the other runners seemed to recognize that anything was a myth. However we's had rejoined the race far ahead of any other female runners. It's possible that she simply missed judged her jump into the marathon however it's also possible that like she told her mother she felt as though she needed to win and and tried her best to do exactly that after jumping onto the course ruis reportedly ran the last mile of the race. She built up enough sweat to look convincing enough to most spectators and the enthusiastic crowd cheered her on as she stumbled past the finish line. Exactly two hours thirty one minutes and fifty six seconds after the race began rosie. Ruiz had fought her way through car. Crashes Brain surgeries and numerous personal problems to win the most prestigious running event in the world. It was no longer Rosie ries administrative assistant. She was now Rosie Ruis Boston marathon champion after crossing the finish line released put on a good show and played. The part of a marathon runner exhausted looking. She nearly collapsed into the arms of two police officers. Photographers and TV. Cameramen FOCUS THEIR LENSES. On the victorious. Ruis as she limped with the officers help away from the finish line. Other runners congratulated Ruiz as she passed which she acknowledged with a smile. Ruis made it to the victory stand where race officials congratulated her and placed a laurel wreath on her head suddenly energetic ruis wave to the crowd in beamed taking in all the attention. She had gotten away with her lie. Rosie Ruis had become in the blink of an eye a famed marathon champion. Three minutes after Rosie. Ruiz Finished Jacqueline. Gareau cross the finish line and was met with a polite cheer from the crowd. Caro- immediately noticed that the cheers weren't as loud as she expected. She looked up to the winner. Stand and saw Rosie Ruiz with a wreath and a metal and was confused. She hadn't seen her we's at any point in the entire race. Garo finished with a time of two hours. Thirty four minutes and twenty eight seconds. A new personal best but there was no fanfare or Laurel Wreath for her no prize for second place. We had beaten the women's record by nearly three minutes on the victory. Stage Rosie Ries took place alongside men's winner bill. Rogers Rogers took one look at release and furrowed his brow. He expected to be standing alongside. Jacqueline Guerrero enro- the first words Rogers said to Ruiz were simply. Who are you as Ruis? Innocently introduced herself. Rogers took a closer look at her and quickly realized that something was fishy. Ruis was wearing a thick shirt with sleeves. Despite the fact that all elite long distance runners preferred thin sleeveless shirts even stranger. There were no sweat stains on her uniform. She didn't seem nearly as exhausted as Rogers knew she would be after finishing a marathon on top of all that we simply didn't physically look like she was in shape to be a marathon runner however it was too late to stop the celebrations Massachusetts Governor. Edward King shook ruis and Rogers hands as he awarded them their medals and congratulated them on their victories as the two winners stood together on the podium. Rogers made small talk with Ruiz. He asked her what her splits where and was met with a blank stare for. We didn't know that splits were harassed time divided into smaller parts that confirmed it for Rogers. She definitely hadn't run the race. Rogers the race organizers and members of the press. Were beginning to realize what had happened but ruis for the moment was victorious. She was on top of the world down in the crowd. Bill Rodgers brother. Charlie watched and begin to feel physically. Ill He also realized that Ruiz's didn't look like a marathon runner and that there must have been a mistake as the medal ceremony concluded. Charlie set off to find a race official to tell them of his suspicions within five minutes of visas victory. The organizers of the marathon knew something had gone terribly wrong when we come back Rosie. Ruiz faces serious questions about her shocking marathon. Victory now back to the story on April Twenty First Nineteen Eighty Twenty six year old administrative assistant rosier. We's came out of nowhere to win the Boston Marathon. It was a great story. An amateur runner with only one other race tour name. Who beat the odds to win the marathon? It seemed too good to be true because it was rosie. Ruiz hadn't run the marathon at all she had cheated. Suspicion started to mount immediately after we cross the Finish Line. It started with a male winner. Bill Rodgers who could sense? That hadn't run twenty six miles a few minutes. After Ruiz was given her medal she was pulled into a television interview. With Catherine Switzer. Who had run the marathon in nineteen sixty seven by registering as a man? Switzer introduced released to the world as the winner of the marathon in possibly a new American women's running record holder. First Switzer ash-trees. How many marathons she'd run before. Ruis responded that this was her second after the New York Marathon. Only a few months before with a time of two hours. Fifty six minutes Switzer asked what Ruiz's attributed her twenty minute improvement to between pauses to sneeze and cough. We simply said she didn't know like bill. Rogers Switzer began to feel doubt so she tried to take deeper. She asked Ruiz if she'd been training with a lot of heavy intervals. Workouts designed to increase speed ruis laughing replied that she didn't even know what intervals were. Switzer's unease was evident in her expression when she ended the interview noting that Ruiz was a mystery woman who seemingly evaded all of the marathons checkpoints on her way to victory by the time. The two winners were brought in front of a group of reporters for a news. Conference that confusion over releases out of nowhere. Victory had turned into suspicion. Reporters followed Switzer's lead and peppered Ruis questions releases answer is left the reporters more skeptical than they'd been before. She said she'd only been running long distances for a year and a half didn't have a coach or advisor and didn't know what time splits were to explain why she didn't seem tired after running an entire marathon. Ruiz said she'd gotten up with a lot of energy that morning. When asked how it was possible that no other female runner had spotted her during the race. She offered three explanations. I she had passed herself off of the men seconds. She was so new to the sport that no one knew who she was and finally her short hair must've made the other runners assumes he was male the reporters were now certain that something was wrong with Rosie Ruis Inter victory by the time the final marathon runner crossed the finish line. Just over an hour. After Ruiz's finish rumors and speculation were spreading rapidly. Adding fuel to the fire were comments from Jacqueline Guiraud and Patty Lions stating that. Neither of them saw any woman pass them during the race. After the press conference Bill Rodgers went right to the Boston Marathon. Race director will clooney and told him that there was no way. Ruis had run the race. Clooney knew he had to handle the situation carefully. He was concerned about the effect cheating scandal might have on the reputation of the Boston Marathon. A few hours after the race clooney met with Rosie Ruiz at her hotel so she could tell her side of the story or we brought along her friend. Steve Merrick the president of a running club join the week before the marathon. Who claimed he could vouch for? Release Ruis defiantly maintained that she ran the whole race and won it fair and square merrick backed up Ruiz's story as much as he could specifically noting that he saw her at the starting line in Hopkinton however neither America nor anyone else saw release at any other point in the race. Clooney left the hotel that night. Unsure of the truth release was convincing but so is Rogers. Only one thing was clear. The Boston marathon was now embroiled in a major controversy and it was up to Clooney in the Boston Athletic Association to find out what really happened.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

08:27 min | 6 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"But despite her supposed successes all is not well for Rosie Ruiz in the days and weeks following her surprisingly strong finish in the New York Marathon. She began to feel increasingly nervous. Her fraudulent act hadn't just impressed her roommates and friends. It had also created expectations among her co workers and her boss but now had to be met. She couldn't risk letting them all down even worse if she performed badly in Boston she'd risked revealing that her New York Marathon. Finish with a lie so she trained with the intention of running the full race in addition to wanting to prove herself rees also knew that her cheat in. Newark wasn't guaranteed to work in Boston. Which was a more prestigious race with greater media attention and scrutiny in the five months between the New York Marathon and the Boston Marathon? Ruis ran as much as she could. Outside of work as the race approached in the spring of one thousand nine hundred eighty however rees likely knew she wasn't ready. The truth was she wouldn't be able to legitimately come close to the two hours fifty six minutes. She supposedly accomplished in New York and it was even more likely that she wouldn't be able to finish the race at all but she couldn't quit. She had to see it through on April twentieth. Nineteen eighty the night before the marathon. Ruiz called her mother in Miami. She asked her mother to pray for her and said that she needed to win. Her mother applied that she always prayed for the next morning. Rees left her hotel and walk to the starting area of the Nineteen Eighty Boston Marathon. It would be the most consequential day of her entire life. When we come back Rosie Ruis takes on the Boston Marathon. It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley Hours. Feed and start following today every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences. That's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now Back to the story as twenty six year old Rosie. Ruiz stepped up to the starting line of the Nineteen Eighty Boston Marathon. She felt a huge amount of pressure to perform. Not only did she feel a personal pressure to replicate her supposedly great finish in the one thousand nine hundred seventy nine New York marathon but she also felt as though she was carrying the burden of the women who came before her. She couldn't let herself do significantly worse in Boston. Let alone fail to finish and risk revealing that. Her performance in New York was ally too much was at stake her reputation her job and possibly even the reputation of women's long distance running the Boston. Marathon was one of the first races established after the eighteen ninety six Olympics and was first held one year later on April. Nineteenth 1897 quickly established itself as one of the most respected and celebrated running events the world and remains today. The world's oldest annual marathon marathons I began. They were only open to male runners and it took nearly seventy five years for the Boston Marathon to be open to women in nineteen sixty six twenty four old. Roberta Gibbs submitted an application for the Boston marathon but was rejected by the race director. Who stated that women were physiologically incapable of running long distances? Give refuse to accept that instead. She took a bus from San Diego to Boston and hid in the bushes as the race started. After a few moments and wearing a bulky sweater she surreptitiously jumped into the crowd of runners within a few minutes. The runners around realize that Gabe was a woman gave her their support. After they told Gibbs that they wouldn't let the race organizers. Throw her out give took offer sweatshirt and revealed her gender by the end of the marathon. She was a celebrity. The Governor of Massachusetts arrived to shake her hand as she crossed the finish line. Still the race refused to allow women but give had inspired them to run it anyway. The next year twenty nine year old Katherine Switzer registered as a male to get a number and penny then finished the race. Despite race officials attempt to physically remove her from the race. Thanks to the efforts of women like give and Switzer the Amateur Athletics Union finally permitted women to running marathons in nineteen seventy two that year. Eight women started the race and all finished by the time Rosie. Ruiz arrived in Boston in one. Thousand nine hundred eighty. The number of women running had risen to four hundred fifty six still a fraction compared to the five thousand male runners when Rosie ries woke up on the morning of April twenty first nineteen eighty. She may have intended on running the race legitimately despite her lies about finishing in the New York Marathon. She might have still been conflicted about doing the same in Boston and may have wanted to prove to herself that she could run the entire race but cheating was always an option. The weather was warm that morning when Rosie Ruiz left her hotel. She took the train to the suburb of. Hopkinton where she met. Four hundred and fifty five other women and over five thousand men at the starting line of the marathon. She received the official number W fifty signifying that. She was the fiftieth ranked woman in the race. Thanks to her supposed finish in New York Jacqueline Guerrero. A Canadian runner was the favourite to win the women's race. She'd won the National Capital Marathon Ottawa. The year before and many of the spectators in Boston that day were there to see if Garo could win another Gero stiffest competition was with American Patti. Lyons who came in second in the New York Marathon. Twenty six year old. Rosie Ruis was not on anyone to radar despite her high rank and her strong finish in New York but ruis was there to win and was willing to do whatever it took to achieve. First place the starting gun was fired. Fans cheered as Rosy Ruis and a five thousand other runners set off on the twenty six mile journey shoulder to shoulder in a massive swarm. It wasn't long before her legs and feet to tire. Her breathing became more labored. Deep down understood that Oliver Training hadn't truly prepared her for a full marathon. She was never going to finish all twenty six miles not long into the race. Release had a momentous decision to make..

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

09:20 min | 6 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Rosie Ruiz's early life is shrouded in mystery. What's known as that? She was born in Havana Cuba on June. Twenty First Nineteen fifty three when she was eight years old she and her mother moved to Miami Florida. Miami felt like an entirely new and alien world to younger. We's she was overwhelmed and isolated living in a new country and city surrounded by a language. She didn't speak. She started running both as a way to escape her anxiety in as a way to come to terms with her new surroundings sometime later she was separated from her mother and sent to Hollywood Florida to live with her aunts and uncles again. She took to running to cope. She began running cross country in high school but had to stop when she suffered a knee injury that required surgery even running. The one thing she clung to was taken away from her. After high school she left Florida to study music at Wayne. State College in Nebraska. It was another new world for her but she learned to adapt one year into her college career. Reza's life was thrown for a loop. When she was involved in a serious car crash. She suffered a blow to the head in the accident. It left her with. Chronic severe headaches and occasional blackouts these lingered far longer than could be explained by the crash so in late. Nineteen seventy three. She flew back to Miami where doctors could examiner after a battery of tests. They found the cause of headaches a tumor the size of Tangerine embedded in her skull. Shockingly the doctors told her that the tumor had been there since she was born at Twenty Years. Old Ruis underwent brain surgery to remove the mass. Luckily the growth turned out to be benign in nineteen seventy seven after graduating from college. Roy's decided not to return to Miami instead. She threw herself into yet another new city. The Big Apple at this point relieves was comfortable with constant moves in new surroundings and even liked it. She moved into a high rise apartment near Times Square with two roommates and got a job as an administrative assistant for a metal trading company but shortly after she moved to New York. She had her first brush with the law in late. Nineteen seventy seven release allegedly stole credit cards from an acquaintance apartment in racked up. Fifteen hundred dollars in false charges the acquaintance lodged a complaint with the NYPD but Ruiz paid restitution and the charges were dropped compounding. Her legal issues were continuing health issues. In September of nineteen seventy eight Ruiz's doctors discovered a small defect Inter Skull Leftover from the first brain surgery. She needed another operation. So a plastic plate could be inserted in her skull throughout her life. Ruiz had turned to running to cope with their problems. So in February nineteen seventy nine when she finally felt physically well. Enough twenty-four-year-old Rosie. Ruiz once again began running. She managed to log a hundred miles a week either running through central park or by training on an exercise bike in her apartment after a few months running. Ruiz decided she was ready to put herself to the test. She wanted to run a marathon. A marathon is a grueling long distance. Run of twenty six miles and three hundred eighty five yards. It takes its name. Inspiration from the legend of Philipe vs. Who In four ninety? Bc ran from the battle of marathon to the city of Athens to announce the Greeks victory over the Persians. The distance between those two points about twenty six miles became the basis of the modern marathon. The sport was invented for the first Olympic Games in April eighteen. Ninety six in Athens Greece by the Mid Twentieth Century completing a marathon had become one of the most prestigious feats an athlete could accomplish and Rosie ries wanted to prove herself an accomplished athlete. It was a huge jump for her while she had been taking running seriously. Ruis was not an experienced long distance runner. She'd likely never run anything close to marathon length but she was determined to try. Ruis tried to fill out an application for the New York marathon but discovered that the deadline had passed. She contacted the marathon's organizers and ask for special dispensation claiming she was dying of brain cancer convinced by her story. The marathon's organizers allowed her to turn in the application late on the application Ruis listed her expected finishing time as just over four hours about average for marathon and a very respectable time for a first time runner. On the morning of October Twenty First Nineteen seventy-nine Ruis arrived at Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island to compete in the New York City Marathon. It was the largest New York marathon since the event's inception in nineteen seventy with eleven thousand five hundred thirty three runners including forty-six hundred first timers like ruis an estimated crowd of two point. Five million spectators gathered along the race route to cheer the runners on Res Checked in at Fort Wadsworth received a number and took her place waiting among the massive crowd of runners at nine. Am The starting cannon fired. The race was on to give herself out. Ruis asked her roommate to meet her eight miles into the race to check if she wanted to drop out. When Ruis reached the eight mile mark she looked up and saw her roommate waving her from the crowd. Ruis shook her head telling her roommate that she felt good and was going to finish. She was not going to quit somewhere near the ten mile. Mark near Nineteenth Street in Brooklyn or we had a change of heart either due to injury or due to exhaustion. She walked off the course and left the race. That didn't mean she had given up on her goal of finishing however far from it. She had just decided to take a little shortcut. Ruiz descended into the subway system. And got onto the one train. Going North into Manhattan. She took a seat and kept her head down trying not to draw any attention to herself with thousands of people participating in the New York Marathon. It wouldn't have seemed that unusual to see a runner on a train. After a few stops release felt more comfortable and struck up a conversation with a woman named Susan Morrow who was sitting next to her as it turned out the two of them were going to the same place. The marathon's finish line in central park. Ruiz told tomorrow that she twisted her ankle at the ten mile mark of the marathon but wanted to cheer on the other runners at the end of the race. Moro was headed to see her friend. Crossed the finish line ruis and her new friend got off the subway at Columbus Circle and made their way into central park. Rees was noticeably limping and would occasionally lean on Morro shoulders. They pushed through the crowd and police barricades to get to the finish line as they made their way through. The crowd. Ruis grabbed a can of juice and poured it over her head. Moro thought that was odd but reason that it was a quirky runners. Habit when the two of them reached the final barricade. Ruiz declared herself an injured runner and was helped into the medical tent. Then are we told the medical staff at the marathon that she'd already completed the race. They credited her a time of two hours. Fifty six minutes and twenty nine seconds ranking her twenty third place among all women that time also qualified her for the Boston Marathon one of the most famous and celebrated running events in the world after briefly receiving treatment on her ankle. Ruis emerged from the medical tent and found Moro. They exchanged contact information. Andrew we suggested the two could have lunch the next week then. Ruiz disappeared into the crowd. Loved everything about the marathon the thrill of the racist beginning the Camaraderie with other runners and the victory of finishing the only part she didn't like was having to actually run all twenty six miles but she had seemingly found a way around that when she returned to work. The following Monday release received a hero's welcome. Her coworkers were shocked and impressed by her achievement and res Soaked in the attention her boss who also happen to be. A runner was particularly impressed after finding out that her time qualified her for the Boston marathon he generously offered to pay for a weekend trip to compete in April her. We graciously accepted.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:24 min | 6 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sanders rap career. It's GonNa be a great chapter in a book. You know what I mean so sort of a chance to have some fun with some things but also delve into some issues. I tackle the designated hitter tackle artificial turf. I tackle the retirement of Jackie. Robinson's number is being a bad idea. The other one that I see in the area in baseball is I'm sitting here in San Francisco where our network is headquartered in San Francisco's crazy crab. Now a Lotta people around the country and around the world may not be aware of this aspect of sports. Tell them all about it greg. The crazy crab was one. That sort of broke my heart. Because you have to admit that in in In inspiration the crazy crab is not the worst idea in sports history. And it's not even I don't think in the in the top. I think number forty one on the list but the crazy crab was a mascot created by the San Francisco giants. They wanted they wanted to kind of outdo the San Diego Chicken so they decided to to create a mascot so they held a poll and all the fan about two thirds of the fans the poll they they didn't WanNa Mascot at all so the giants decide to kind of take this backlash in the momentum of it and create the first anti Nasqad which is crazy crab and the crazy crab that you can imagine the sort of a like a like a pancake with arms google is. That's kind of what the crazy crab look like and they all the whole gist of the of the mascot was the draw the ire of fans and unfortunately the fans really took to that mission and started throwing things at it and in pelting it with things and In the final game of the season the last time the crazy crab was the team mascot The guy in the suit was actually a fearing for his life Defense had turned on him so much. So from that aspect it was a success but the anti mascot clearly one of the worst ideas in sports history know Greg as well as I do that the national anthem is a very special part of baseball and everybody remembers Roseanne. Barr singing down in San Diego but you have a story in this book about when Carl Lewis. Attempted to sing the national anthem scratching. Spit incident will always go down as one of the most egregious in in sports history. But yes Carl Lewis before a New Jersey Nets game without a doubt the single worst rendition of the national anthem. Perhaps in human history He forgot the words. You know. He's Kinda got a speaking voice like a buffet and at one point he tried to drop it down to sort of this Barry White Baritone to kind of make up for the fact that he couldn't get any of the notes that added to the Hilarity The fans booed him afterwards. The greatest moment of that whole thing was that was that night on Sports Center when they showed the highlight. Charley Steiner. Who usually is a real stone-faced Kinda guy breaks up in laughter for what seemed like twenty five minutes as they showed the highlight of this thing? It's a priceless videotape. It might be the funniest thing that's ever happened on. Espn one of the areas. That I'm looking forward to reading in your book is called Moronic immediate. What your payment story in that area you know. Unfortunately that's another place where you find a lot of fodder you know the media winds up screwing up sports more than helping sports. That's where you find the Heidi game. That's refined Dennis Miller on Monday night football. I think pay per view. Boxing has killed that sport. But one of my biggest pet peeves without a doubt and you fight it in the more Arctic Media Chapter TV. Timeouts you know I remember going to. Sporting events are actually enjoying myself. You know not having to sit there twiddling my thumbs. So they can show a bunch of local commercials for car dealerships. Well I'm at the game. Tv timeouts ruined a lot of sports and Hockey TV. Timeouts basically given defenders time to catch their breath. You think back in the eighties when Gretzky scored all those goals. They didn't have that luxury in the area of Chutzpah and you have a segment called. Liar's a lot of our younger listeners. May Not remember about Rosie or Ruis what she did in the marathon. Tell everybody about that. Rosie Ruiz in the Boston marathon that is a classic case of a liar. Trying to pull a fast one out on the sports community rosaries The Boston Marathon. Abi She she's twenty six years old. She finished eleventh in New York Marathon. Then in nineteen eighty. She finishes the Boston Marathon in two hours. Thirty one minutes and fifty six seconds. It's the third fastest time in history for female runner But then there were some problems afterwards like the fact that she wasn't exactly tired and she wasn't exactly I dunno sweaty and then When the winner of the men's marathon asked her what her splits were. She answered. What our splits clearly. This was not somebody who had actually run the race and upon further inspection of you know folks found out. She took a lot of shortcuts. She actually rode the train for stretch of the race. She basically cheated the entire way through They throughout our performance if you're out of performance the New York marathon as well and You know sort of a sad side note to the story She wound up getting into trouble with law after that. But Yet Rosie. Ries one of sport's greatest cheaters and and and lying to win the Boston Marathon. One of the worst ideas in sports history and of course turning in that subway ticket At the end of the race was really her? Downfall is the greatest. The greatest part is that she actually claimed once they had video surveillance footage of her You know running off course that. She had been mistaken for a male runner because their hair was short. I like the area in which you write the adventures and Egomania and let's just talk briefly about a couple of all Cogan as a Thespian. That's one of the most frustrating chapters in the book number one hundred and one on the list and you know of the sports athletes turned actors. Hogan I think had the most promise I mean you remember. Rocky three is thunderlips. He was fantastic in that movie. But then it's the law of diminishing returns after that we get suburban commando and Santa with muscles and Mr Nanny He just couldn't recapture that rocky. Glory and went onto one of the worst cinematic careers in movie history. Let's talk about the top five briefly in the time that we have remaining. Let's start with number one the overtime shootout. That's probably the most controversial aspect of the book. A lot of people have have traded. Barbs with me about whether the shootout entertainment value should trump the fact that it's not exactly well you know hockey My biggest problem with it as the fact that it's a skills competition it's no different than determining who makes the NBA playoffs by ending games with three point shooting competition It's not hockey. There's not a single task completed to win a game. There's not a single defenseman on the ice playing his position. And I've asked commissioner Gary Bettman to his face we'll ever see decide the Stanley Cup. And he said no and to me. That's an indication that it's not even good enough to be put in the playoffs. And therefore one of the worst ideas in sports history number two on your list instant replay abuse not instant replay itself. I'm a proponent of some forms of instant replay. My biggest problem is its overuse like marking yardage football game. As if it's going to be able to tell a camera angle is going to be able to tell us something. That's five guys standing around. The ball couldn't tell But my biggest problem with instant replays when it's not used and going back to football pass. Interference is the single. Most important call. Referee can make in the game. It could change the complexion of an entire offense. If Dr we see twenty seven replays of at home but they can't review it on the field. And then you've got number three the coin toss. There's a fifty fifty chance. I'm right on this. I agree with you about this one. Oh the coin toss. It's like having a game of chance. Determine one of the most important things in a football game I mean. Possession of the ball is literally. What determines a winner lost sometimes in overtime. And it's a coin toss. It's like playing a hand of poker or like spinning the giant prices right wheel before over time. I mean why on Earth is this game of warriors reduced to two guys playing old maid basically and the fourth worst idea in sports history. You say is selling your legend. Yes selling your legend. I'm I go back to the Red Sox and Babe Ruth and that curse you go back to the net selling Dr J. And then they're in the DOGHOUSE UNTIL JASON. Kidd comes along anytime you have a player and you sell him to Arrival or an opponent just simply. Because you don't think you can financially compete. It always comes back to bite your franchise and I love this one. The number five one and I agree with you here to the bronze medal from ancient Greece. And the Gano. A symbol of utility. Absolutely we are real. Sports are about winners and losers. Okay you can give trinket the second place. But why would you give one to thirties? Closer to being fourth-placed in the first place. Why not have the aluminum metal pretends place? Then you know what I mean. Just give them all medals you know. Give them all a gold star. The my biggest problem with the bronze medal is that we are rewarding third place. We don't do anything else. Except for horse racing. No one's ever remember who finished third in March madness or finish third in the NFL season. Why in the Olympics do we reward utility? What is what is your favorite story in about a minute in this book. I think my favorite story in the book is is a real briefly The general manager of the Buffalo Sabres back in the the W. H. L. Draft. What draft back in the seventies Actually invented a Japanese hockey player and drafted him because he was so frustrated with how long the draft was taking and only a couple of weeks. Later you come clean and tell everybody there is no tomorrow. Suji Moto the Tokyo Catanha's I made them up and I drafted him and I'm sick and tired of these drastic and so long. I gotTA assume there's going to be another book in all of this because you're going to keep going and keep seeing these things in sports and you gotta run another one Greg. I hope so. Yeah what is it that you like about this book? And what do you think fans will take away from it? I like the fact that it's a good balance between the chapters. That really deal with some of the tougher issues in sports. You know drug testing Bill Mazeroski being in the hall of fame. You know things of that nature. It's a great balance between the ones that you can debate with your friends at the sports bar and the ones that you're just gonNA laugh to yourself about while you're reading this book on the bus on the way to work you know. I think it's a great balance between those two and the response has been really strong. He's got a great review in the Minneapolis Star. Tribune and people seem to really dig everything in the book and I really appreciate that great. Congratulations on it. It's a wonderful book. I'm going to take it with me on my trip and read it from cover to cover. We're GONNA make it a selection of the month on the sports byline. Usa Book Owner Take Care..

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"rosie ries" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads an horseface lesbians and no. I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about mayor. Bloomberg the mayor says that he has a great record that he's done. These wonderful things will the fact of the matter is he has not met his his city very very well when he was there. He didn't get a whole lot done. We need something different Than Donald. Trump. I don't think you look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House. We Jimmy go voice. People who say sick died of billionaires like Mr Bloomberg seeing huge expansions of their wealth while a half a million people sleep out on the street. Tonight I don't think there's any chance of the senator beating president trump and if he goes and is the candidate we will have donald trump for another four years. And we can't stand that we've got to wake up as a party. We could wake up two weeks from today and the only candidates left standing. We'll be Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg. The two most polarizing figures on this stage. Well you can feel the love acts. That was the shop. Thanks from our friends. At the recount. Put together an excellent summary of Quite the debate last night. Yeah I I was GONNA say Lieutenant Murphy that I witnessed brutal beating Last I want to report it You know it was it was. I think to be expected that Mike Bloomberg was going to have a bad night He's coming in with great expectations built by four hundred million dollars of media The you know the the greatest run up to a debut In the history presidential politics and the debut was just a terrible bus and he came in. He'd never great debater to start with coming in cold with a ton of baggage and a bunch of candidates who are hungry and who are game ready and it just was It was a disaster from from start to finish It was in. Its own way magnificent because you know. We both know the psychology of candidates. They've been slugging out for a while. And meanwhile there's this guy buying huge name. Id So he's moving. The polls in the media starts buying hook line and sinker the idea. It's a race now between Bloomberg and Bernie even though Bloomberg hasn't been in the crucial. You know so now. He shows up and it was like a six way tornado of rage. Fear and resentment and you know I I we were both kind of telegraphing this Bloomberg GonNa show up and be really good and grabbed the race or based on past performance and everything he was gonNA show up. It would be like a guy who's been in his backyard with a tennis ball in the hockey stick now skating on the ice against the Boston. Bruins you know. And they were ready and that was gleeful that they just pounded on him and he wasn't ready yes they were checking them against the boards every every chance that that they should have stopped the fight. I mean at one point. He said something about well. I've only been candidate for a short period of time. And that was exactly the point you know he is sort of remember Rosie Ruis Rosie Ruiz Who won the Boston Marathon? Briefly in one thousand nine hundred eighty and then it turned out that she jumped on the tea in Boston and ran. And right right exactly. What for about three quarters of the race and got off and then jump back into the race and finished I yeah I think they think of him as the Rosie Ries of this race. Oh they're deeply resentful but let's talk about the the substance of the attacks because you would think that you know in the prep that they had And they had extensive prep with Bloomberg that he must have expected a bunch of this stuff and yet he seemed you would think almost unprepared For the first and and predictable encounter was over the stop and Frisk Policy New York and I have a particular point to make about his performance on this when we lipid. Let's listen to the suburb repartee around this. Mr Bloomberg had policies in New York City of stop and Frisk which went after African American and Latino people in an outrageous way if I go back and look at my time in office. The one thing that I'm really worried about embarrassed about was how it turned out with. Stop and Frisk apologized. I've asked for forgiveness but the bottom line is that we stop to many people Barack Obama sent moderators to see what was going on when we sent him there to say this practice has to stop. The mayor. Thought it was a terrible idea. We send them there. The mayor argued against that then. He continued the policy when the mayor says that he apologized. Listened very closely to the apology. The language he used is about. Stop and Frisk. It's about how it turned out now. This isn't about how it turned out. This is about what it designed to do to begin with it..

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"rosie ries" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

08:14 min | 7 months ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Know. Our opinion is You know that this didn't impact the game We had a good team. We won the world series. And we'll leave it at that and then later I didn't say it didn't impact the game. Basically what you know as the commissioner said in his report he's not going to go backwards it's hard to determine how it impacted game if it impacted the game and that's what we're going to leave what right now it is a mess and it. These are stormy waters now. The seas will come. This is it's like you know what it is a Mon- going on the road For the Green Bay packers and playing a game in Minnesota in the old metrodome or going to see a plane at the link. You gotTA survive that wave of heavy emotion early where it's really loud. The waters choppy. Same as going on the road to College Basketball College football game yet. Survi- survived that early emotion. Right now Major League Baseball you just have to tread water because this will slide away. In less other people dig this will begin to slide away not for the Astros. This'll hang on them. It'll hang on Bregman it'll hang on. L. To vay it'll hang on The the the owner Jim Crane it'll hang on the astros but for the rest of Major League Baseball. This will after the next twenty four to forty eight hours this will slide. You have to survive tread water Withstand the rough seas. There's a you got to own up to what you get did and just work the way you say. Ride the wave out and it's going to be backlash all sorts of ways and it's coming from every angle and avenue from social media to right in front of you directly with Reporters asking you questions so as a team owner as a TM players right now. Just I'll say but the best thing the players can do. And which is the easiest thing just folk? You got training camp started. You have spring training starting right here and so just put your work. Put your mind into that because really nothing you can do or say. That's going to make this issue better happen now. You're holding up for you. Being held accountable for that so now what the punishment is going to be if it is going to even be a punishment but more more more importantly is Pharma rightfielder leftfielder pitcher catcher. I've got to get myself my mommy mommy. Mommy my body and my mind prepared for regular season baseball. What do we want them to do? Do we are we just waiting for? Everyone does to apologize and admit that they shouldn't have a world series with the Astros and they're not going to. They're not going to do so. I mean so what are we? What are we waiting for? They're going to move on like Amman. Saying they're gonNA you know say. Hey we're sorry or remorseful and we're moving on and that's what we're going to get. That's where the professional will do. That's what I would do if I was on this team. I say look damage done. Do I feel remorse for it? Yes we'll do. I wish it ever happen. No I do not wish it happened but unfortunately did being aware unaware doesn't at this time make a difference but we're paying the price right now because we're I'm having this conversation with fans The owner is in MT players when they go out to their to their car. Trust me they were getting fans outside the gate yelling at them things so trust me. They're paying for it and whatever the League might you know? Put down on them is we. Don't we don't know it might be something because we see the Patriots when they had from the spy gate deflate gate they punishment they got round picks taken away. That Bill Belichick Fine. Wipe out half a million dollars though t organization. Phi a quarter million dollars. So there's GonNa be punishments for this. I think that's when the fast like okay. Now it's time for move on but that's the fastest before players. Say you gotTa Play Ball. Yeah we've seen plenty of this on the individual sport level right we we saw it with Rosie Ruiz. John Remember Rosie. Ries who I there. You Nineteen Eighty Boston Marathon. Oh I've heard it said I heard about that. I heard about that next run. The race right took a cab ride yes. I heard about that last very brazen you ever hear Marion Jones. Yes one of that families of all time that hurt. I've gold medals in the two thousand games and then went to prison for steroids administered. I'm a track athlete Sharon in house so when I saw that know her body of work of Olympic athlete. Man That hurt the whole Lance Armstrong deal and as it relates to all of the cycling world in all of the denials. The cover up the lies. Were probably just as bad if not worse than the crime there. But we've not had team crimes you know you had Donnegan Tim Donigi. Nba official who was implicated. But we've not had the team wide issue. Certainly on the entire steroid era team wide franchise wide. What we've seen spy gate all the way back one hundred years to the Chicago White Sox. The black SOx world series scandal which they through this series. They lost lost. Five games to three by the way was best of nine at the time and made a great movie out of it. And then you get this with the Houston Astros. So it's a little bit different. So New Orleans Saints Bounty Scandal not a team Yeah I twenty Ed. You brought that up into little. That's a little bit different. I mean you're a player What was your feeling about bounty gate? I mean that's your quarterback your former quarterback at that time the Vikings. But they were out to to get him. I know the my set of coaches from nine hundred ninety eight and from time I was done playing so a couple of years short of me playing a retired in two thousand nine so a great Williams who was defense coordinator for the saints at that time who I her players that play for him loved him but also he was straightforward. He was old school. Yeah so for me to understand that and what I knew about him. It was not a surprise unfortunately hit him to knock him out of that team concept for money. Yes because it was cheating to win. I say that's putting different. Look on game is not making the game pure. It is din making the game out to intently. Hurt somebody when I run the ball. When I ran the ball as a running back I was intently. Going to hurt some trying to hurt the linebacker. No it was just my job to pick up yard. It's now if he got my way it was there but if he hit me hard I pick him up man good hit but I'm not getting like if somebody offered me a little bit of cast to do something to a player. That's a whole different story. That's a moral thing. I'm like look I'm looking at that guy. Handed me the money might man. You BETTER GET OUT MY FACE. I said I don't play the game for that. I play the game. Yeah it's GonNa be hard hitting all day but it's the nature of the game so if I hear somebody hurt because I was trying to get a first down pickup yards not because I get another thousand bucks pocket you know. It's so that in itself. That's where it boy. It definitely stressed the lines. In my opinion as a player was like man this to know some players would do that to another human being on the football field. I I'm with you. I WANNA talk. I want to further the football conversation as it relates to that end What's going on contractually in Dallas? In some other sites we'll do that in a couple of minutes That's a Mon- green to my right. That's your left. John is with me. I'm Mike Heller. You're listening to the rich. Eisen show before I talk about one of my favorite bottles of wine. Seven deadly sins. They've asked me to share about. I believe to be the biggest sin in all of sports and what it is not listening to the rich Eisen show. 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"rosie ries" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

15:44 min | 1 year ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on The Working Experience

"Manchurian traffic should make make sure only down either reporting. Sat Army on that presentation Ernie shore wants to return that meeting. Ted they late Bar and work makes the Dream Work and after the meeting. We'll have a breakout session. Where am I hot microwave. If on that everybody welcome to another episode of the Working Experience fogcast. It's Matty Kay and John and it is Friday Mo- photos. Have I got a weekend planned and have I got a weekend plan. I'm I'm on the edge of my seat waiting to hear what your weekend plans are. probably probably some lawn mowing and then. I guess Netflix so that's well packing it in there in the excitement. Dighton for me the I think I I've I don't know if I discussed this on the podcast but I have someone doing my lawn and I've got this nasty nasty fungus on the lawn who in a weed that's growing and my long guy is blaming. My other guy cuts. My Lawn is blaming blaming the guy who like fertilize the lawn and vice versa so I think I'm GONNA fire everybody and go out and get a lawn mower and God forbid. I'm not going to cut the lawn but I'm GonNa make the boys cut the lawn. That's good that's character building. Did did your father make you do yard yard work. No no he didn't primarily because I was working I had like a paper route and then I was a caddy aw by the time I was in sixth grade like I- chores and stuff but long the lawn wasn't wasn't one of them. We have to rake leaves. Raking leaves is yes. We had to rake leaves but I never had to cut the cut. The lawn raking leaves is one of the most futile tasks ever. It's brutal although it's off. I'd rather shut us more. No because what what happens when you rake leaves you rake and then the wind kicks up and just blows more leaves on the lawn. I want yeah or your weight so unsatisfied factory. No it is there's nothing like mowing the lawn. It looks good. Cutting back hedges things like that. You know building something painting thing. I mean doing the leaves having to put him in the bags. Put them in front of the House. It's like wow that was an hour. Well spent yeah. That's that's not fun while I hope dear listeners. You have something more exciting plan. Maybe you're hitting the club. Maybe a rave. Maybe a bar our restaurant something last weekend. I did run a half marathon. That's quite impressive. Did you finish it. I did two hours twenty minutes. What's and what was. What was the winning time for the men St Now? I don't really WanNa know quite frankly. I'm surprised that as soon as you cross the finish line you didn't say that it was a rigged and you wanted to speak to the race director immediately while I have been posting on facebook. It was rigged I was I was thinking win. I was standing in the registration lines. Predicting a win would when you came through in two twenty should have just turned I did I did I win. I did they come in. I you know it is kind of disheartening. is you run out and then you run back back. I'm not a fan of running back. I'd rather do a lap. You know what I mean. I run races like that like so you can see the leaders on the other side. Isn't it yeah and laughing at you throwing water in your face yeah. I'm going like you know not very fast and I'm at like mile six hundred. We see people sprinting back the other way. I'm like Jesus Christ like it's so demoralizing I was thinking of pulling your member Rosie Ries yes yes. She jumped in like two miles before the finish line. Yes I think it was a miracle marathon. Yeah yeah pull pull the old car car pulls up and drops you off and you'll run a half marathon and twenty three minutes. Yeah well well she. She was actually honored at the White House. I mean she was with Ronald Reagan. She got the thing put on her head. I was gonNA pull Rosie Ruiz. Yes when you do is like you run Outta Mile. Your buddy picks you up and then what what what's key for this is. He's got a job you off. Just close enough to the finish line where you get out of the car. He dumps a bucket of water on just two plate and all the race director they all see this and then you and then you come in and you just fall over the finish line a total triumph. I see see I visioned myself breaking tape at a photo finish you know with all the details lound around me and they're collapsing into someone's arms uh-huh you know it didn't quite work out that way but I haven't run a race in quite some time used to be quite the runner though I don't refer to these races for me they are runs like I started out pretty slowly. Everybody else's passing me and there are only four hundred people doing it and I thought all right. I don't want to commit last. GotTa suck coming in four. That would suck yeah so that didn't happen. I was a little behind. I mean may pack well. The problem I have is I'll go into a race and I'll train very little for it but I'll still run it like I was in college so I'll go allowed with the leaders and then slowly die yet. You know what it is. It's like mile. Ten is when the agony sets and it's just like Oh. My God is three more miles like she's it becomes it's a it's a brutal race and then p people go thirteen more miles in a full marathon. I'm like God I mean. Thirteen miles is quite an accomplishment. That's no joke. Mo- most people can't can't run over ten miles yeah well. I wouldn't classify all of it as running so it was a bit of walking and whatnot but power walking brisk walk walk yeah. There are some hills to deal with that. That's always the worst mild nine. There's a hill you're like oh my God and for the record anybody who's known me since I was eighteen. I have done pretty much nothing athletic. This started like five years ago. So this is all kind of new to me you got my uncle used to run like two marathons a year. He used to do the Boston and the New York at any ran just a lot he was always very good athlete off and my cousin was telling us the story how they dropped them off at the beginning of the Boston marathon which starts in Hopkinton Massachusetts and he would use the occasion to get rid of an old suit so he would get out of the car and a shirt tie the coat and everything and then he would take it all off and throw it in the garbage before he started running and my cousin was that was his warmup suit. Yeah that is awesome. My cousin and his wife were like you couldn't imagine the Luxy was people as he gets out starts uh-huh like Superman into chuck's everything into the garbage off. He goes so so that was like that last weekends so this weekend. GonNa take a little easy. GonNa take. I can't burn the candle at both ends like I used to know. I think some couch time is due for Medicare. We'll probably for the next four weekends. Some couch you gotta rest up going to rest up the bones and a few days off work just sort of say I can't do it. What do you want from me what you should have done is you should've went into school on Monday in crutches and the NBA like Matt. Did you break anything. No I didn't but this is just cross eyed cautionary I could've I could've could've so summer's over officially ended September twenty seconds so I I don't know the the weekends now. They have to morph into something miles. It's no more beach and sun and it's now it's fall. It's it's it's time to go to an apple orchard and pay fifty bucks for five dollars worth of apples. I've never done the apple picker. Oh it's. It's a fun fun fun too. I mean literally. We went this two weekends ago. This past weekend can't remember and it was is the money would joke around. It was sixty dollars for the four of us to go in and we came out with. Maybe maybe maybe eight dollars worth of apples. Maybe but you have the pleasure of picking them yourself. Yeah pleasure picking. M.'s getting stung by a bee. The boys were thrown apples at each other and they hit me with an apple. Oh ton of fun yeah you could say well. I could go to the grocery store. Just get a bag of apples but what fun is that that's not. There's no. There's no fund that no no fun and that you gotTa go out and pick those apples. I've never done the apple picking. Have you done the going out and chopping down your own Christmas tree I have I've done the Pumpkin thing I've done everything you're like the Clark griswold yeah exactly I make any anything that smacks of family fun here all of the the family family cutting down the Christmas tree is highly overrated. Yeah I would guess what you walk into. Someone's farm and cut it down or some yeah yeah and usually the good ones are all gone so you're hiking into like the the far reaches of the farm and then you cut it down and and then you have to flag down the guy who puts the ticket on it and throws it on the backhoe the truck to bring it back so I had to drag eggs tree like a football field. It was just and the kids. The boys were young and they're like dad yeah. That's good. I'm like halfway cut in down the data see another one. I'm like no we committed to this tree. This is our tree. Don't you love it when the family family outing all kinds of goes wrong. Oh I love I love it when it goes south. It's like we're all going to be fun. Nice Day everyone's off from work and then the fighting punches and sue I saw one time coming back from the beach. I guess is that not Coney Island. They've face painting and everything he's this family of. Four is walking back on the boardwalk. They have to kind of kids are probably like five live and sex both have their faces painted. They're both crying the father and they're just him and the mother just stopping along on no one's talking to each other like oh pretty well but avocado. They're yours. Funny is when people like last time I was not last time time before I was in New York. I went down to coney island just poke around and I thought Oh grab a hotdog mom here now. Nathan's hotdogs you. You know the famous hot dogs. They're really nothing special. There probably even not as good as like an average. I agree. They're they're not it's the whole ambiance in getting the Nathan's hot dog in Coney Island the line now. This was kind of in the offseason. This is probably like April. I mean there's as warm out but it wasn't summer the line to get a hotdog must have been half a football field long. These people were not going to be denied getting getting a hot dog at Coney Island and I've never really been the type to to do the thing like where I have to get lobster in Maine or I have to get a hotdog August coney island or whatever but these people would not be denied they were going to have that hot dog they'd wait two hours are going to get that hot dog and I love it more more power to more power to them and their kid was gonna take it and take a bite of it and go to hotdog why yeah everyone assumes that life is going to roll out like a TV commercial or TV show or film but the the the reality of it is just the opposite well. I think people for like Thanksgiving Christmas specially like they set these expectations in their heads of the Norman Rockwell by the fire the tree like everything's perfect and you know and it's just like oh I got Christmas stories and Thanksgiving thanksgiving stories to fill up podcast. I mean we we took Jeannie and I always get into a fight we host and and this past his prime example this past Christmas we're going to we're having a lobster and steak filet mignon right so I get I get everything everything's perfect. I'm cooking the filet Mignon out on the grill and I got the Grill Nice and hot and you just disappeared on one sightseer on the other and then we're gonNA put some like some sauce on it so I get the the grill super hot. I put the the flays down. There's like twelve or fifteen of them and I go to flip them and I looked out and there's no flame lane. I had run out of propane on mid cook and this is Christmas have backup tank. I don't have anything so I had to transfer them to the they still came out great but either transferred to the oven but the look on ingenious face when I'm like bringing in the half raw be she literally could have lit on fire just killed me on the spot and you're you're trying to serve them up like everything's fine. Everyone who's likes their half half rare. Yeah just just eat the seared part now. Cook up the rare little later. I remember hearing about this woman who her wedding. I duNno they've tent set up. They'd spent all this money and some typhoon comes in knocks the tense down around you know it just just really kind of ruined everything ten years later on her wedding anniversary she would spend it every year crying the they look okay. It didn't go well. Let's get over it. You know I would have divorced for somebody. I mean I'm I'd be surprised.

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"rosie ries" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"rosie ries" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Makers heating and cooling, sixteen minutes. I one though the storm has basically ended that waters gotta go somewhere. And while the rain continues off and on North Carolina. The death toll has climbed eighteen and catastrophic flooding continues to spread across the Carolinas with some of the rivers that are taking on all that water that has to go somewhere not likely to crest until tomorrow or Wednesday or even Thursday. So it is still a mess in North Carolina. If you want to help, but he don't know how the Red Cross and crosses a great way to start. Steve there's some drone footage out this morning. That's gone viral one community in North Carolina a suburban it looks like a subdivision all of the homes have water up to their roofs. So people if they were in their head to get into the attic and cut through the refund. Those are there people still being rescued in those people still being rescued the reserve report and Vicks newscasts just this. A couple of minutes ago, they're pulling people from helicopters from flooded buildings. So yeah, that's still going on this morning. I if you have somebody care about that there were pulling for you and pulling for them, and if you'd like to connect us with any of those folks that anniversary one to nine one seventy two hundred next. Bill daley. Now, how many dailies are left to get zippo Harpo, Chico? Bobby Gregg, Peter tiger, Bill Daley is going to run for mayor. I would be I'm I don't let me tell you got a pretty good chance of winning. I wonder I wonder what the what the currency the political currency of that name is today. It's got to be strong person. You think that mayor Emanuel was talking about when he said somebody that's gonna win is not in the race. I don't know. It's a good question. I don't know. I just I there's only room for. A a certain number of democratic power players, and he fits the Bill. So you wonder what that means for some of the other names have been floated Jeb Bush argument preckwinkle is to one that that does. Thank you are running her campaign. I'm not. Fascinated by what does she like what is part of our platform, sixty minutes softball? Running your campaign. I just I wonder if what the relationship is between someone like Bill Daley twenty Parkway. We'll find out Bill Daley is has a close relationships with Eric Edelstein who is a friend of the show, I was explaining to someone who's who's only been in Chicago for ten years or so the claim to fame on Bill Daley was when he was doing his present was inducted in his introductory press conference to be commerce secretary under Clinton would have been one thousand nine hundred ninety five nineteen hundred six somewhere in there. And he fainted to remember that he fainted forward. He was the commerce secretary. And I think Bill Richardson was on the stage being introduced as. Hot because of the lights and he hadn't eaten breakfast with the decision. What the what the symptoms ideas that he painted forward? And it was like, well that's Chicago on the national stage. There we go. Commerce secretary, you know, while we have a long history of people going down, Bill Daley. You could have the Jeb Bush argument with right because you had to Bush's already had two dailies already. So I just wonder if the if that name has the same political currency answering see next. There is a drama and the supreme court potential for a Kavanagh the White House stands by Cava as two GOP senators have joined the Democrats in urging of delay until the accuser of brick Kavanagh's heard who's the accuser, it's woman named Christine Blasi Ford. She says when she was in high school, brick cavenaugh and a friend of bird Kavanagh's at a drunken party pushed her into a bedroom. Block the door Brad Kavanagh then acute is accused by her of holding her down on the bed and trying to get her clothes off. She was able to escape, but she said she was afraid for life. This came up later in marriage counseling. For her and her husband, and then on a second occasion. When she brought this up to the Washington Post tip line this spring when Brett Kevin was rumored to be one of the appointees or potentially the appointing for the supreme court. There was a letter involved as well. And at that time she didn't want to come forward game four at the end of last week when a credibility is being questioned. Do we know she's telling the truth? Now, we do not we know she passed a polygraph. We also know that this will be a hot topic today and tomorrow, and it should be the vote is scheduled for Thursday. The Republicans are desperate to get the vote in much more desperate than they were when they held the position open for the last year of the Obama White House. So this'll be a worthy of discussion for today tomorrow and beyond and we'll see where it goes from here. We'll talk about that later today next time magazine was sold over the weekend to Mark Ben and off or is it Benny off. I don't know Mark. But I know he's really rich. He's the guy that co founded Salesforce software company that teaches you how to sell his wife Lynn are said to be worth one hundred ninety million dollars. No, I'm sorry. That's what they paid for. He's worth billions. Hundred ninety million for time magazine. That's a good price. I don't know what the impact of time magazine is anymore. I know we go Gaga about who gets on the cover and things. I'm not sure I mean that thing had seen better days in terms of. I mean, just the printed pry orders so small I still subscribe to three or four magazines. Just because I feel like they could use the help. Here generous what I just think time magazines has Sports Illustrated. Forbes Forbes, I forgot what I subscribe to Inc. There's three or four or five magazines that I'm trying to help pay for at least a couple of salaries at the maga-. I have a couple two, and that's mainly to keep my recycling company in business. It's not the line. You're puppies. Just for the recycling company. You gotta get the people got to get the next actually people is one of them too. Yeah. Former line cornerback vantera Davis is making news this morning because apparently things are so miserable in buffalo. He had to get out. He retired at halftime literally left the game and refused to come back out said he's done coaches said, well, we gotta go out there. But we talk about this later, and then he left the stadium. I've never seen it. I've never heard of that happening. That afterwards that he has had a lot of physical challenges and health challenges and it just hit him square in the face yesterday that he was through. Now, I couldn't tell the coaching staff. I can't go back in. I'm not up to it. And then retire after the game. I'm not sure, but. Don't another winter's coming in buffalo. Dave, and maybe it was just time to go. He he had a terrific career is a first round pick played for round, circuit, Illinois. And but he said he's been through multiple surgeries many different injuries. Hit reality hit him on the field yesterday during the game that he should be out there anymore. So he took himself out still away. I couldn't wait a half an hour and his teammates some of his teammates. Even though he says, he meant no disrespect. They did take you not take that disrespect. How do you not take offence? If you're playing in a I don't want to be with the team right now. Yeah. Really if you look at buffalo, you kind of get it very very bad. Probably envious. Well, maybe I should leave being bullied or something. Aging corner, right? Yeah. Said it was over. Next. Elliot kept Yogi of Kenya. Won the Berlin marathon and set a record world record time was two hours one minute and thirty nine seconds. There's somebody somebody will break the two hour, Mark. But I believe that is about four twenty mile four twenty five somewhere in there for twenty seven miles has insane. That's great. That's another job ally. Man, and could do it could be a marathon runner more fit for that the previous record was more than a minute slower than that. But that's not the big story for runners over the weekend. Big story. Everybody's talking about it is that Pete Zimmerman ran a half marathon to support his wife who had trained for this for a while. Right. Yes. She ran a full marathon. And so I just went with her interest decided to run thirteen point one full marathon the FOX valley marathon. Okay. So where was the half marathon same? It was the same. Oh, so you could just say. Go halfway through you when I've done out organizer, you just jogging along. It was organized. So you knew where the halfway point why? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She did. Okay. I mean, I think she did great. But she was trying to qualify for Boston. Okay. But it was like one hundred degrees. And it was crazy. Terribly humid, she Mr. Mark by just a little bit. So ultimately, I think she was disappointed, but still a champion. She's running again in three weeks though in my book under Scott Goldberg. It'll be cooler. She'll qualify. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She held up for hours is that the deal for for Boston. Well, it depends on your age. And I think her where she's very young she. Yes, she is she'll be actually she'll be forty next year. And the time goes down five minutes. So she's very excited about like, she'll have to do less. When Chicago comes along you my age. You could drive it. They'll take. Remember that the prankster in the eighties who just kind of got into the Boston marathon like halfway three quarters and want it. She could do that. What was your name? The woman that Rosie rosy rosy, ruby. Rosie Ruiz who got in a cab road to a point about. What was it a mile and a half of the Anderson? Something like that out of the cab ran the rest of the just an option for Molly put it out there. And then she'd do a lot of training. But that's always an option the old Rosie Ries. Well, how are you, sir? I feel fine. My wife, she's a wonderful person. And she she bought me a new apple watch. I can talk to you about buying up getting an apple watch for a long time. Right. And but I just like couldn't pull the trigger too expensive. I want it. But I want something to track my miles as I'm working out. So she surprised me like bought me an apple watch. So I was like, oh, this is great forgot to turn it on. Well, the lottery rented this morning. Mileage..

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