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"rugby football" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:54 min | Last month

"rugby football" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"You hear that sound you know what it is. It's the sound of a bunch of football players practicing a week. I said football in the rest of the world that would be right but if you live in the united states you probably call it soccer. Well one of you wondered why. My name is kayla. I seven years old. i live in colchester vermont. My question is why safa coats office said a big football. Hello kayla this is david say. Would the men's soccer coach down at middlebury college in middlebury vermont. And i'm really happy to be talking to you today. It's a really interesting question because so many people around the world play the game of football. What happened with the word soccer football it goes back to the eighteen hundreds when the game was developed and there were two groups of people in britain who got together to set the rules of two different games one that was known as rugby football and another was known as association football and from those two first words. Rugby and association came two very separate games and so Rugby actually became Abbreviated to the word. Rug and out of the wood association came the word soccer. And that really is the root of where the two differences came. Have you ever seen the sport of rugby. It's pretty different from soccer. For one thing you're allowed to catch the ball and carry it run with it in soccer. You aren't allowed to touch the ball with your hands unless you're the goalie or you're throwing the ball in from out of bounds but as coach seaward was saying both rugby and soccer are different forms of football sports or at least they were when they were first invented rugby football and association football association. Football is what we now call soccer. Think of how association is spelled. there's an s. o. C. in their association and people shorten that word into soccer so instead of saying association you just say soccer so then the two different forms of football were nicknamed rudder and soccer. What's kind of ironic here. Is that the word. Soccer came from great britain. And these days you'd probably never hear someone in england or wales say soccer. They just call it football. But americans brought the british words soccer over to this country and as the sport became more popular soccer stock coach. Alford says there's good reason for it sticking. It helps differentiate soccer from other sports. When you look around the world there are all sorts of different forms of football. So there's american football is Australian rules football gaelic football. There's rugby football and then there's association football so for the clarity of everybody over here. I think that Where we say the word football..

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"rugby football" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Warhol, he said. If everyone's not a beauty than nobody is that is the perfect illustration off the particular police fears. Heo, Geo and Km. Why I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking for warning more on the crash of a military aircraft in Las Vegas some Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa News Center Nellis Air Force Base as it was a contractor operated aircraft that crashed about three miles south of the base. Fire officials say the plane crashed into a backyard and one person was killed, but it's not known if it was the pilot or someone at the home. And reporter Manny White. Is that a school right near the crash site. We're at Martin Luther King Jr Elementary School and a school employee tells us thankfully, no one involved with the school was hurt in. A school clerk also tells us that students saw the jet crash. They said that they saw it when they were having classes outside, and they also heard it. She described it as Really loud. Now Parents were notified and students or ordered to shelter in place until their release from school less than an hour ago and again that is in Las Vegas. More help for San Diego ins with mental illness and substance abuse. 21 Transitional units are being built in a building and Fairmont. Heights, City Heights and four vehicles will be purchased for crisis care teams. A San Diego man has been sentenced to nearly 19 years in prison for distributing fentanyl that caused the fatal overdose of the former player for the San Diego Old as text rugby Football club. 33 year old Andrew dossiers, the last of three defendants to plead guilty and be sentenced in connection with the death Two years ago, a 45 year old Derek Hodgkiss, two other men were sentenced to 14 and 15 year terms. CHP says six more people have reported having their cars hit by BBS or pellets on the 91 Freeway since last night. The family of a six year old boy killed in a road rage incident in Orange Friday is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to a suspect. San Diego homicide detectives say a man found dead in an alley in Ocean Beach over the weekend was in a car crash. The medical examine her identifies him a 60 year old Frank Neil of San Diego. Governor Newsome confirms the June 15th re opening date. As the case numbers continue to fall. 0.8% is the positive test straight a record low for the pandemic in the state. June 15th just a number of weeks we're moving beyond the blueprint, which means with the exception of very large scale indoor events, very large scale five plus 1000. Individuals that we are. Removing All of those protocols that we've become accustomed to over the course of last year plus in three weeks will be no restrictions on outdoor gatherings or small indoor events below 5000 people as the state also puts in place the CDC guidelines around masks. Phil Mickelson was already going to play in the U. S Open a Torrey Pines, but his historic victory over the weekend at the PGA has changed things here in San Diego after becoming the oldest major golf champion in history at 50. Mickelson will now compete in the U. S Open three weeks from now, the day after his 51st birthday Instead of being special invite to play. He's earned his way into the next five U. S. Opens, including Cory Vines. I love to compete. I love playing the game. I love having opportunities to play against the best at the highest level. And so that's what drives.

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Tokyo 2020 president sparks backlash after suggesting women talk too much in meetings

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Tokyo 2020 president sparks backlash after suggesting women talk too much in meetings

"The Tokyo Olympic Committee along with the IOC of issue their first of four playbooks of navigating through the games in a pandemic and a lot of attention being paid to the head of the Tokyo Olympic Committee, former prime minister Yoshiro Mori getting a social media backlash for saying on live stream on the issue of adding more women to the Olympic Committee that quote he had found the Japan Rugby Football Board meetings took twice as long after number of women participants were increased, He says women are highly competitive and if one speaks Then others also feel they must do so

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"rugby football" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"And in this instance, we have a body of promoters that do that. Okay, Can I ask you a diverse question here, which is I've got a load of assumptions about the sort of gender makeup and the ethnic makeup of the sports business dead. But I've never seen any data on it. Do we know what the proportions of you know particular groups are within the sports business. Yeah, there has been some data or studies done Richard and there was a recent one looking at the composition of boards of national governing bodies and thanks to the government's code. We're starting to get the gender parity imperatives web because we've got a hell of a long way to go still but you look at the diversity of representation of ethnicity and so on and it's absolutely appalling still and there are very very few people from ethnic backgrounds working on the big boards in sport. And we absolutely need to change that and I know sport England have invested heavily in trying to upskill people so they can take only these Rose in the near future and I've done some great work with parent labor and as an executive Search firm with with organizations, like press the Rugby Football League to try and get more diversity on bulb. But there's an awful lot that we need to do. Chris Wilson, what do you think of this the the picture the question about diversity in in or just in rugby league but also in you know Sports generally we're we're a diversion ancient wage Multicultural leadership across communities throughout Great Britain. And therefore I think every organization should represent the communities that deserve off and ultimately I was asked a question previously. Where do we start but I think we do start at board level. I'm hugely proud that I chaired the last nominations committee for the two independent non-executive directors from it'll be football league, but I'm hugely proud the best two candidates were both female one of which is one of the first time directors female Muslim director to join one of the major national governing bodies in this country. The second was a lady who hadn't seen a game of rugby league before birth. Live before she went through the interview process, but we looked at the skills needed. We looked at how we connect with our community. If I take rugby league as an example wage places like to Spring and brought food in Rochdale and Oldham and we have large South East Asian and Muslim communities and I don't believe there's a white 15 year old male. I've got a deep enough understanding to sit there and work out how we connect to my strategy is so therefore instead of me trying to think like somebody from a different Community. I actually have somebody that can give us real insight. They can actually bring in the elders from those communities and really helped shape and understand how rugby league in the future serves all of its communities. There's a professional right through to send a professional and into Grassroots level that includes schools. So, you know, I am a huge fan of having diversity around the board table. Of all types of people so I'm a huge fan of the quicker we can make it a better board than you know, the quicker the better. So that's that's my view and you know talks cheap. I think we need to be just seeing you know, transparent processes that enable everybody to have a fair chance. It's all right. What's it like being a woman in.

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"rugby football" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Campaign trail. I'm Cliff Albert in the Kobe News Center 24 hours ago, they met in their final debate today. President Trump and former VP Joe Biden. We're giving speeches. Speaking at a campaign rally and the villages Florida today, president Trump expressing confidence heading in the November's election 11 days from now we're going to win the state of Florida. We're going to win four more years in Joe Biden delivering remarks today in Wilmington, Delaware, where he slammed the president for his handling of the Corona virus pandemic. We're not learning to live with it. We're learning to die with it. This is a dark winter ahead. Already more than 220,000 people in the United States of America. Have lost their lives this virus on Thursday, the US recorded the most new Corona virus cases at one day with more than 77,600. The report number almost 2000 Mohr than the previous one day record set in late July. An emergency landing by a small plane on the grounds of an elementary school in alcohol in the SEPTA down a close call, But no one reported hurt the plane coming down in the field, a double ity hall elementary school that's a pepper derived the school with a small plane made its landing is about a mile east ical SB Field, No word yet from the pilot as to what exactly happened. Falcone man today sentenced to 14 years in prison for distributing fentanyl, some of which caused a fatal overdose of a former player for the San Diego Old Aztecs Rugby Football Club. 33 year old Christopher Glenn Emerson pleaded guilty this year to a distribution and fennel count for selling more than 40 G of the drug, some of which led to the death of 45 year old rugby player Derek Hodgkiss. Prosecutors say Emerson admitted to knowing that the fentanyl was dangerous and apparently sent text messages to Hodgkin's two born him but never got a response. A statement for the old Aztecs Rugby Football Club today said. We continue to grieve our beloved D's Saturday's won't be the same. He was a large man with a heart to match. Candace. Drug Overdoses rise amid the covert 19 pandemic. Attorney General Bashira encourages Californians to take part in the national prescription drug take back day. It'll run tomorrow from 10 A.m. to 2 P.m. at 16 locations across the county. The D A. Is trying to get unused prescription drugs off the streets and out of people's homes, especially opioids and painkillers. Obviously anonymous, you just drive up. It's all going to be drive up this year. Do covert 19. It'll be contacted a lot of people out there. You hand them the unused or unwanted prescription drugs that you have, and will be thrown into a box that gets filled up and we'll be incinerated in about a week or so, and we'll make sure to dispose of those unwanted drugs in a safe environmental impact that way, John Salary. The DEA special agent in charge here in San Diego, saying the majority of kids who became addicted to drugs before 18 started with prescription drugs from a family member. Dropoffs are anonymous and the locations or a DEA take back dot com Jack Cronin, Koonu produced on 5 33. And Let's check the freeways now with Coco's real time traffic. Here's Lorie Kane. From your helpful San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center north on five before via Della via Center Lane blocked. There's a collision there. Traffic a little slow behind..

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"rugby football" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"That some loops and tat is on show and there we guys so the Corgis have it the corgis win the two, hundred, two, thousand, and twenty, twenty twenty told the wall competition at Murrayfield rugby football ground and congratulations to the Corgis. There'll be a plight snags tonight. So mummified lease provided intrigue and climate. Clue exquisitely preserved lease from a forest that gruesome twenty, three, million years ago. I've offered a window into how climate change may have altered the world's vegetation in the decades ahead, the finding suggests that plants half in the past experienced carbon fertilization effect. The fossilized leaves were retrieved from a former lake bed in new. Zealand from rocks formed during a warm period, the history known as the early morning scene they preserved. So perfectly that scientists, CONC- microscopic vehicles and St- AMATA. The poor for which leaves taken air and release water during photosynthesis. So it made me look sort of think a little bit here. I wonder if five thousand years ahead, scientists may find mummified potheads, ancient marijuana lease pot noodles, ram on and cheetos wondering what is evolved neanderthal did with his time. We have. Some scalawags dots here and referring the hours this week we've got a couple of crimes and we're get A. Them..

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"rugby football" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I think out of bases in front of me and I got up with the bases loaded, and I won't okay and always talk to Ah Oh, Lando. I always tell him, you know, I got in the Hall of Fame. The backdoor he got in the Hall of Fame. The front door to the actual eight. You got to give it to you got to give it to. Ah, Nice Jewish Southern guy. Be in the Hall of Fame. So that's why I waas, so it's fun to go up to Cooperstown. Go appear almost every year and I see my bad up there and it's fun to see and they can never take it away from me. That's 73 season. Roddy, too. You have the Analects guys would love you these days. You know high on base percentage, good average, good hitting with runners in scoring position 3 50 with runners in scoring position. No, That's pretty good year. Pretty good year. Well, thank you very much, You know, I mean, you know, I played baseball, You know, I mean, the game of baseball when we played, it's a lot different than the game. It is now, of course. And, you know, I mean, I had some some poor teams when I was with the Yankees when CBS on the team when George came in, Hey, started by and some players and started moving players around quite a bit. And he sat us down the day that he came in and took over the team, he said. Whatever y'all need I'm going to bring a winner back to the Yankees and back to the fans in New York, and that's what he did. And to this day I always tell people that George was great to me. Stop. Brenner's great to me and George was like a second father to me, but you got to give him 120% if you given them 119%. Let me tell you something. He'll destroy you. He crucify you Believe me, and he's not afraid to do that. But you know, you have to play hard form. And, you know, I mean, it was fun. There was, you know, I mean, sweetie would know. I mean, you know We have a team with a bunch of characters on the team, and that's in 77 that's when they called the Yankees to the Bronx Zoo. People don't realize we had a fight every single day in the clubhouse. Whenever we came into the club house, you know, the training table's basically was turned over every locker was all messed up. And you know, we'll have a fight. We have a scrimmage in there is like, you know, playing rugby football. And you know, when we got out on the field, we knew how to win. The new out, Tio beat guys, but it was, but unfortunately, it's 77. And people don't realize this that I was on the disabled list. Mostly, well year. Yeah, Yeah, I was just able You tore up your knee right on that tour Monday. I had a shoulder operation. Ah, couple of years before that, and I went out to Ah, Central Hospital with Dr Joe Been Dr Carlin cut on the okay. That was very difficult. People don't realize once you get injured, I mean, it's very difficult. It's really hard to come back. We did not have the modern technology like the guys have nowadays. They got the personal training. They got all the equipment down at the stadium. I mean, we had a problem. They shipped us to Olympic Hospital. Threw us up in the We went to backdoor through the e r. The doctor's sewers. They looked at uni You needed the operation. How long would that take? Or may, probably about a year and 1/2 Nowadays. It's like, two months. You know, there was no scoping back then it was It was very difficult to get back. I mean it and you know when you get back No, I mean it's it's It's. It's not easy. I mean it really. I mean, I had a hard job. I had injuries that the injuries that the injuries people could never say that I didn't give up 20%. I ran through walls that destroyed my knee. Hit a home run in Milwaukee that destroyed my shoulder and my body just started falling apart. Unfortunately, you know, it's interesting Run. Ah, you know, you look at your 73 season. Great numbers there. You had a good season in 70 for two. And I wonder, you know when you look back there, as the Yankee teams were getting better. At that time. You know, you got hurt in 75 it kind of piled up on you. You missed most of 76 77 we talked about. So you know what they were getting better. It was had to be frustrating for you in that sense, because you would put up numbers, You know, obviously shown you could play on that level. But the injuries were curtailing you from, you know, being part of Ah, what turned out to be some pretty good teams. Yeah, we did. It was killing me. I mean, it was, you know, every time, you know, I mean, I got injured. Unfortunately, when I got injured, the team was doing well. And you know, then you set out for two weeks and then you try to come back, and then you're injured something else. You pulled a hamstring and And I mean, it was just It was just like a domino effect. It was so hard. I mean, it was, you know, I mean, I love to play baseball fans up in New York with the best I love him to this day. I just started getting on 20 saw me. I just got on the Facebook. I'm never Twitter. You're all over social media. Oh, yeah. You know, let me change. I'd rather hit a fastball. And do all this stuff with this computer and let me I know my friend. I friended with their body in front of you. You know, you got my phone. I still got Rory used. My calculator is what I'd go. No. And now you know, I was doing nothing. You know? I mean, you had it bad up there at the first. Now we gotta bear down in Georgia, and you can't do anything. So I said to myself, What am I going to do? You know, like this and a real good friend of mine, Lenny Kozberg. Okay. We became very, very good friends of few years ago, and he's very, very good with the computer and they told me how to do this and this and this and this and he helped me on awful lot, and it's been great and I started doing this and I started reaching out to fans again and I'll sort you know. I mean, it's been great. You know, people, you know, put up pictures about you. They saw you do this. And this And this, So right now, I got close. Almost about 11,000 people on my computer stuff. Incredibly, every time I put on I mean, it's great. I mean, become a social media animal out there. Yeah, There you go. You know, let me tell you that I'm afraid will get injured by turned on my computer. I have to go in the studio for that able, let me Justin just to be able to talk to these people and you know they have let me even when I was injured..

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Nick Winkelman - Athletic Performance & Science Expert

The Functional Tennis Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Nick Winkelman - Athletic Performance & Science Expert

"Welcome to episode fifty two of the functional tennis. PODCAST I'm your host Fabio, Molly, this week I've stepped outside the tennis world to speak to nick. Winkelmann Nick is highly regarded in the area of athletic performance and size, and is recently released a book which helps coaches communicate better without leads. It's a great chat and parts of the conversation. Bring me back to why start at funk's attends instagram account four years ago nearly two this very week. Nick has kindly agreed to offer discount for his book. The language coach which we share with you at the end of the show before we start a quick note to say, we launched a new tennis man that. Easily record tennis practice. Her matches which are phone don't always five hundred grams easily fits your racket by. And you can set up in seconds head of her website at functional tennis dot. com to get all the details. Finally shedded or podcast sponsors head who make amazing tennis rackets our favorite here at functional tennis. Okay, that's chat to nick. Hi Nick Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Great to be here. It's great to have you on a I was asked by some friends of mine who work in the tennis street national coaches. I should get on the podcast so excited to have you on, and you're not our usual guest. You don't directly work in tennis but I. Think what you can offer can be really valuable to our. Our listeners who are mix of parents, young players coaches on so federation director, so it's going to be really great chat book before we get started. Can you tell our listeners a bit about yourself? Yeah, so I've been a string conditioning coach now for over fifteen years in, and maybe we'll kind of work from presidents to path, and so my my current role is as head of athletic. Science for the Irish rugby football you over here living in Dublin with my family, since two thousand fifteen, and just to give people insight into to what that long title actually needs. I have the fortunate opportunity to work across all national and our four provincial teams overseeing if you would in supporting the division, the execution and an application of all athletic performance and sport science. Let's say initiatives, which if I'm on very much so in lockstep with medical nutrition and rugby staff, but the really cool thing about. About Irish rugby is if you would we operate like team of teams, and we have the domain level weeds working for Irish rugby, then can support and connect all national and provincial teams, and obviously arm into supporting our domestic game as well and so my my role is probably seventy percent on the leadership, the vision coach, education side and thirty percent on the ground, but does background very much so in the trenches, helping people get bigger faster stronger for teams fourth primarily, but yet that interest prior. Prior to coming to Ireland, I worked for a company called xhosas orally athlete performance for the better part of the decade, and that was a Phillies high-performance company that is a multinational works across the United States in very country in private high performance, which is pretty big business in the United States in what I did. There was throughout the year. The string conditioning coach go primarily. My area was working with athletes transitioning into the NFL notably by the NFL. Combine and so I would help collegiate American. American football players physically prepare themselves to go to the NFL combine which happens at the end of February and the physical interview of sorts where they go run a forty vertical jump abroad job done so it's fairly big business in the united. Thanks to help. Let's say guide. These players transition to the combine to the draft, and then inevitably to the NFL and the other half of my job, so to speak was most certainly in coach education, and so it's always been a huge passion of. And when I started with excess, we were running these kind of weeklong coaching mentorship programs in Phoenix Arizona and by the time I left ten years later we at online certifications in running courses in over twenty five different countries, and so very much I see myself as one part coach and one part, a coach educator, and in kind of the reds thread throughout that really is just that it's my interest in coaching, interesting communication, or how he is moved it professionals whether you're a parent or a tennis coach. How? How we impact to others and their ability to learn to move through our language to our

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"rugby football" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Paul. Today we're asking really some of the bigger questions you know, the famous theologian and Boxer Mike. Tyson someone's ass through said everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. I like that the rings true today as much of America and the world cowers in their homes in this storm of the invisible virus called Corona. We've been punched in the mouth and any plans we had have been put to the test. We've heard from more meet medical and media experts than ever before. We've listened economist by the dozen. And we we hear them wax eloquent guessing about the future, but I think something else has been going on, and it's something that usually takes a punch in the mouth. Or asking some bigger questions. WHO's in charge here? How could this happen in our sophisticated scientific age? What can I do? Which should I do? What if it gets me? It's in times like this that. I find some wisdom and looking backwards. Has Anything like this happen before? How did the church handle it? What did they do right? What did they do wrong so today? We have one of the most qualified people I know to really help us do exactly that his name is Carl. Truman and I'd like to take the rest of the show. Now guess I won't I could take the rest of the show just talking about his books in his credentials, but let me say this. His specialty is historical theology, which is really a soup with history and theology, all makes the other, and it can be pretty healing stuff if it's cooked properly. Welcome Carl. Right to be here jump. Rumor has it that. You grew up in Dudley England. Which I think is a lot like growing up in Pittsburgh from what I can tell us over this American audience. Tell them I'm right. Well, you should never listen to rumors. John I didn't grow up in Dudley England. I was born in Dudley. And the first six years of my seven years of my life in a suburb of Birmingham, which is kind of like the Pittsburgh or the Detroit's of England, but but my primary memories of Childhood and youth come from Gloucestershire. Really spent my childhood new thing. Gloucestershire went to school there. That's a very rural parts of the British isles. Swells will probably be most American, listeners would be familiar with it. Yes. My mom lives in a cultural stone Kardashian. Hillside so it is just like it appears in the show. WHO's the movies I had a wonderful rural upbringing, and now of course I live in western Pennsylvania, which is topographic, actually very similar to gloss Gloucestershire different stone, but the rolling hills and the farmlands very very similar, so at the in the latter part of my life I've kind of return to my roots in a sense now living in rural America rather than rural. Isn't it, nice, being a true grit, the finally get to discover what football is. American sports I they are. He's my theory that you have to play the sport school to actually enjoy watching you and not having played baseball basketball America American football because you rarely use your feet in it of course, I have no idea what's going on. My wife and I were supporters of Grow City College for all club, but I always have to sit next to somebody who can explain to me whether that's a good thing or a bad thing just happened on the pitch, but I'm a rugbyman myself but. Yes I do as I say loyal college rugby football supporter at Grove City, but haven't got a clue. What's going on on the pitch? Well you do live in the land of black and gold, which is the best of American football, but we better move on and remember the title of our show is church hurts an. At a time when people who've been hurt or disillusioned by church. Still might be saying. Yeah I I wanted a little bit deeper. Is there a chance that you might be able to help us? Removing the illusion of as a bonafide expert in church history, the church is kind of irrelevant in times like this and. Maybe even take us to some stories from the past when people in the world face this kind of crisis. Obviously illness and plagues are nothing new in human history, so there are certainly places, one can go to church history to see how the church responded to previous seismic occurrences like this most obvious being i. think the what's often called the black death of the poupon play which we really ravaged Europe from. From the fourteenth century onwards till the end of the seventeenth century, the ravaging became more sporadic unless Vir as time went on, but really for okay, we let me let me just stop you there so because for the average person you talking about fourteenth seventeenth century. Real quickly. If they're not historians chip, they have to give it. Give us some points. So like what? What was the world like? Then twin the fourteenth century, because really the late middle. Ages so if if you were living in Europe at that point in time, almost certainly you would have been involved in agriculture in some way cities beginning to rise and become important trade was beginning to develop, but on the whole most people would be peasant, farmers or peasants agricultural workers in some way. By the time you get to the end of the seventeenth century. That's. Three hundred years later. Yeah you beginning to see the birth of the modern era. Obviously, America's being discovered international trade, starting to kick off so you? You see a huge cultural change during those three hundred years, but but one of the constants would have been. Play illness. Coupled with very little understanding of Medicine Fair, you know understanding really of how these diseases were carried how they spread how they could treat. It often joked the students. If you find it too.

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"rugby football" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"Very much thanks listening. Leave me a review. I tunes if you enjoy this into the podcast. Please really appreciate it on. Leave on Apple podcast. Our whoever you is uses. Time and Andre User. I come through it so I I talked about leave myself. Review it doesn't it doesn't matter but leaving apple podcast please. I I would like to. I'd like to hear your feedback. Also feel free to reach out to Richard and say here John the. Hr You really enjoyed it in my mind. Don't kill yourself. Majette sue touch. What he won't identify said anyway. Thank you to my sponsors rugby for Heroes Nonprofit Organization raising money for military charities of one hundred thousand pounds wrist since the gun on. They're gonNA raise much much more money. You can follow them on media at rugby number. Four heroes keep up to date with the new date. Set will be announced hopefully soon for the postponed events in two twenty twenty two supper clubs and a beer engine festival. Ultimate only is rugby football. Cup One of the Suffolk Club's will be in London. A newest club will be limited SPA at the restaurant. Yummy Yummy full my tummy. Also thank you to west Tony and all of the crew there for support in the podcast Western. It's on don't forget. They like to offer up to trade percent discount when you purchase a new or used vehicle and you are in person or you are ex-military. You can go and get shed load of money off up twenty percent. Let's say you get twenty percents off vehicle. Let's say cost ten grand. You just got to grandma vehicle. Tony Uncle Tony at Westminster. Son Who himself ex military likes to take money like to give military people people who served money off the purchases. 'cause why the fuck not thank you to westward I'm west this on social media to the next time..

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"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

"Here we'll start off with women's college basketball it's international women's day when C. Maryland women in action tonight at six against Ohio state this after their victory over in the end in the semi finals of the big ten twenty yesterday to the ice the cab still tied atop the metropolitan division with Philly when their nights in a row caps a five two win in Pittsburgh yesterday in game three of the four game season series caps in buffalo tomorrow at seven against the Sabres back to college hoops Ben's action Saturday the whole is losing a number fourteen Villanova seventy sixty nine you tell losers of six straight take on St Johns this Wednesday in the regular season finale other losers from Saturday Virginia Tech GM you Dodge GW and VMI winter semester number twenty two Virginia surprising number ten global George Mason U. M. B. C. as well with winds on the afternoon in the XFL action today at three o'clock DC defender so sting the three in one St Louis battle hawks also the Tampa Bay vipers in the alley Wildcats tonight that a nine o'clock kick to the links Englishman will happen is at six under good for a two shot lead over Rory McElroy and Marc Leishman after three rounds of the Arnold Palmer invitational in the association the wizards service they might ask me who are thirteen and nineteen away from the heat of course seven o'clock tip tonight's game two of the three game homestand washed in certain for have games out of the final playoff spot in the east with by the way fifteen and fifteen at home and just a few games left in the regular season NASCAR three thirty green flag for the fan shield five hundred from Phoenix Raceway is chase Elliott has the poll first this year in ninth of his career rugby football old glory DC hosting rugby eight T. L. tonight at six from cardinal stadium on the campus of Catholic University and the Iditarod officially under way after the ceremonial start yesterday fifty seven mushers lining up for the nearly one thousand mile trek J. Brooks WTOP sports coming up after trafficking weather tips on how to eat out while slimming down I'm Valerie bonk nine forty seven you own a time share that is the time of the year for eye popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox how much will it be this time you're kidding me that's just ridiculous really how much do you actually use it is it really worth all that the vacation times one never seem available your fees keep going up and now you're getting slammed with more costs still having fun that's it I'm out time share freedom group is ready to help you escape your time share money pit we've guided thousands of people like you through the freedom process let us help free you from your over priced.

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"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

"By Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank rad R. let's turn it over to J. Brooks almost midway through the second period Mike is the caps trail the devils in New Jersey thirteen twenty six to go as Alex events can still stuck on six hundred and ninety nine career goals we'll keep you posted when that happens it is goalie Ilya Samsonov twenty third birthday this afternoon so another milestone and yet another is John Carlson two points shy of passing L. U. Hanson for most points in franchise history by defenseman so when things going on in Jersey this afternoon elsewhere wizards licking their wounds after their loss to lowly Cleveland yesterday off today seven o'clock tip tomorrow in Chicago to take on the bulls and then back on Monday the take on Milwaukee elsewhere in sports he got the Napster first spring training game coming up in less than four hours six oh five star Baxter's there will be on the ball for Washington also Astros debut for former nats skipper dusty Baker self should be a very emotional game coming up this evening send their spring training opener are taking on the Braves a trail Atlanta by a score of four to nothing except tell action just under way Houston and Tampa Bay coming up at five o'clock it'll be Dallas and Seattle to the links Friday brace into Shambo has a one shot lead now at fourteen under through two holes in the third round of the WGC Mexico championship elsewhere rugby football you have old glory DC is gonna be at the Houston sabercats at eight o'clock tonight and DC United takes on Philadelphia union today at five o'clock in a preseason game the black and red home and regular season opener is next Saturday from Audi field is Colorado will be in town J. Brooks WTOP sports just ahead after traffic and weather here on WTOP DC firefighters make a rescue a hundred feet in the air that story coming up to seventeen sometimes democracy is.

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"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"rugby football" Discussed on WTOP

"Aren't black and white thank rad ten fifteen here's J. Brooks wizards had some time off for the all star break and came back with the third to last place Cleveland one thirteen one way to defeat the Capital One arena last night really be able to game high twenty six in the feet Hey Troy brown at the eleven off the bench team off today and tomorrow they're in Chicago seven o'clock tip taking on the bulls no practice of course today means they're gonna need all the energy because money they're back home against Milwaukee elsewhere college basketball last night VC use other three game win streak come to an end after they also say Lewis eighty to sixty two mount St Mary's with the P. two Robert Morris no middle name sixty eight sixty the final there always will be at the Paul tonight at nine o'clock Georgetown eighth in the big east standings also the number seven Maryland manner at number twenty five Ohio state tomorrow at four o'clock the Maryland women also number seven it was produced to stay regular season home finale they tap at eight o'clock baseball that's the first spring training game as Baxters are opposing the Astors at six oh five tonight at one oh five this afternoon it'll be the Orioles taking on Atlanta to the ice the caps or New Jersey taking on the devils a one o'clock faceoff is Alex which consists one goal away from seven hundred for his career after tomorrow Washington will then host penguins both tied with eighty points atop the metropolitan division three quarters of the way through the regular season XFL couple games today is Tampa Bay looks for its first win and into at two o'clock against two and Houston and one one Dallas visiting one of one Seattle they'll do that at five o'clock this afternoon to the links Bryson to shampoo a one shot lead at eleven under after two rounds of the WGC Mexico championship bad rugby football glory DC they'll be in Houston take on their sabre cats and eight o'clock start tonight J. Brooks WTOP sports still ahead one weekend road closure could last a few more months ten seventeen Charles I am general music director of the national symphony orchestra we love shining a spotlight on today's most captivating artists so we don't want you to me so I want to mask concept she's the youngest ever winner of the famed international Tchaikovsky competition celebrated worldwide and praised by The New York Times for her striking stage presence and noble playing twenty seven through twenty ninth at the Kennedy center be the first to hear he goes one eyes brilliant rendition of Tchaikovsky's violin concerto under the baton of no data before they.

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"rugby football" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The heat k. anti doping violation the forward has been suspended by the rugby football league and is unavailable for selection he's flying flags we snakes of australia it's place it's family okay those are you sports headlines let's get to my guests chris rav chris good morning good to have you with me again we spend a little bit of time on the television of course chris is a c._i._o. it's james's place wealth manager chris the debate that i have ravaging around in my head we have this risk on mood because of the prospect of a trade do we have that every other day versus i suppose these warning shots from the w._t._o. on growth except which is more relevant for c._i._o. wealth i think the way i see it is the that chile the trade deal may be more in the debate rather than the announcement itself because a marketing firm as expectations of a trade deal have grown over recent months but actually i wonder whether trump really wants to announce a trade deal at this point because he does not necessarily need good news he may actually want to delay until he's got something else that he wants to count to in terms of some some bad news whereas at the same time what we have been seeing is a slowdown in growth global trade but actually we already knew that matters so i don't think this thing particularly new so i tend to consider this as noise okay so put park the noise let's go with something slightly more definite which is pick day equities are a turn off because you could have negative surprises lurking in the background they have gone to underweight and raise their cash holdings to overweight because negative surprises in the coming quarters is prudent or is that strikes me is prudent kind of thing to do it's certainly very tactical because it saying equities terrific bounds we've we've talked about the strongest q. one inequities for for for more than more than ten years so if that's the case then you could say well let's take some let's take some money off the table after the rebound from december but having said that at the same time we're talking about stronger global growth stronger recovery from china good report in the financial times about that this morning so so median term for the rest of twenty nine teen juicy does once see declining from this point by the year end i think most people are saying that they could see it is a bit further i think people think that i go to bed reading goldman sachs research and nothing has bought goldman sachs research i don't have a broad church morgan stanley talk about the dollar more on that in a moment goldman's say chinese equities could rally by another twenty five percent up thirty percents so far on the year another twenty five percent that's a big coal does it does feel like a non consensus Acuity.

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"rugby football" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Speaking after the match cats manager, Scott Parker was upset with how they're. Fate was sealed renew Kittitas head was going to be pretty difficult. Standing the league. I think initially disappointed regarding indication of frustrating. Disappointing in the manner. We'd lost an eye batches United remain fifth off the leasing of wolves United States. Ashley young was sense off in the second half champions. Manchester City will go back to the top of the table with a win against Cardiff tonight. Tottenham play the first time at their new stadium. When they take on Crystal Palace top-four rivals. Chelsea also time where they play. Bryson Bristol sit here and the championship playoff places this morning. They clumps a fifth of the one nil win away to fillet promotion contenders. Middlesbrough Swansea as two three victory over Brentford in last night's other match Chelsea to me for another step closer to retain the Scottish premiership, titled this evening champions, go into their match me second box and fasting points. Clear at the top table near as challenges. Rain just bounce back from Sunday's affirmed defeats when they take a hawks at Brooks, third-place, go monarch or a hip swell. Abidine hosts Motherwell Livingston Hamilton as Johnson drop against Dante. Super League club Wigan say they'll fully support. Gabriel Hamlin after he was charged with a huge K anti doping violation before what has been suspended by the Rugby Football League, and is unavailable for selection. He's flanked by Australia's replace it with family. So that's the very latest in sports. Here's a look at what you should be watching out today. Lots of data out of Europe from eight forty five. We get Italy services, and compass it PM is in then fifteen minutes after we get the same numbers for France, Germany and the zone and also today the Chinese premier Liu. He he leads a delegation to Washington for the next round of trade negotiations between the world's two biggest economies will have plenty more on that U S China trade relationship, but also coming up next. We'll look at trade in-depth right here on Bloomberg daybreak in the as the end in sight for the trade war will talks resume today amid reports that the US and China could be nearing a deal. More that next we're live, of course, from Bloomberg's European headquarters in London, I'm looking at a lot of the futures. There are a little bit mixed. It Uson stocks actually took a heart's the fact that we could get a relationship reset between the US and China shredder yields rising back to two and a half percent. And then. Hong Kong and Korean shares actually outperforming the rest today. This is Bloomberg. Imagine. Adopt US kids presents multiple choice parenting. Your daughter just had her first break up a put yourself in her shoes. How could he do this to you? And for Sheila. She has split ends B, console her, sweetie. This is gonna happen. A lot four maybe five more times before you get married C. Take charge. Get this all straightened out. A little talking to man to man Mano Mano. Steve now, good time. No, okay. No problem. Bye or D help her find a new boyfriend? I know a great place to meet boys the internet..

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"rugby football" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"And with lifestyle, and it's give me the opportunity to see many, great friends and to make some new ones and to meet people who've done decades of work to change the world. And today's guest is one of those gentlemen, he is a neurosurgeon seventy eight years old who is very very well known because he's the guy who created a test for that thirteen million people have taken to understand the impact of impacts on your brain. So we studied traumatic brain injury is the first neurosurgeon in the NFL and. Name. You might have heard if you have ever watched that movie concussion, although the character and cussin' has very little to do with the real Dr Joseph maroon. Doctorine welcomed -able radio. David. It's a pleasure being here in pleasure meeting you for all of your phenomenal accomplishments, and what you've done to assist with anti-aging programs coming from you. That's a huge compliment. Thank you. Well, earned it anytime. You get a chance to meet a neurosurgeon practice for for decades. And decades, it means that they've had the chance to accumulate some wisdom to see this incredible seachange that's happened in a field. And you'll see that almost anyone whose practice medicine for many decades. You know, here's what we did. In the sixties. There's a little bit different than what we do in the seventies. And they have this long view of the evolution of field. And the first thing I'd like to know doctrine is what's changed since you started looking at the brain well in terms of concussion. I think you're exactly right. The most important thing is perspective as it is in anything in life. And I've had the good fortune to have perspective from the eighties to the nineties to the present day in terms of what's what's evolved. And there's been a huge evolution from how many fingers can you count an? Little ammonium chloride or smelling salts and then back into whatever the game might be Rugby Football or whatever doodoo the observations of the potential long-term effects of concussions. There's been a major major seachange of rules at every level from the NFL to pop Warner to USA today football with the exclusive purpose of providing a safe opportunity for kids at all.

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"rugby football" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"And with lifestyle, and it's give me the opportunity to see many, great friends and to make some new ones and to meet people who've done decades of work to change the world. And today's guest is one of those gentlemen, he is a neurosurgeon seventy eight years old who is very very well known because he's the guy who created a test for that thirteen million people have taken to understand the impact of impacts on your brain. So we studied traumatic brain injury is the first neurosurgeon in the NFL and. Name. You might have heard if you have ever watched that movie concussion, although the character and cussin' has very little to do with the real Dr Joseph maroon. Doctorine welcomed -able radio. David. It's a pleasure being here in pleasure meeting you for all of your phenomenal accomplishments, and what you've done to assist with anti-aging programs coming from you. That's a huge compliment. Thank you. Well, earned it anytime. You get a chance to meet a neurosurgeon practice for for decades. And decades, it means that they've had the chance to accumulate some wisdom to see this incredible seachange that's happened in a field. And you'll see that almost anyone whose practice medicine for many decades. You know, here's what we did. In the sixties. There's a little bit different than what we do in the seventies. And they have this long view of the evolution of field. And the first thing I'd like to know doctrine is what's changed since you started looking at the brain well in terms of concussion. I think you're exactly right. The most important thing is perspective as it is in anything in life. And I've had the good fortune to have perspective from the eighties to the nineties to the present day in terms of what's what's evolved. And there's been a huge evolution from how many fingers can you count an? Little ammonium chloride or smelling salts and then back into whatever the game might be Rugby Football or whatever doodoo the observations of the potential long-term effects of concussions. There's been a major major seachange of rules at every level from the NFL to pop Warner to USA today football with the exclusive purpose of providing a safe opportunity for kids at all.

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"rugby football" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:47 min | 3 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"May will be meeting MP's today to try and find new routes to deliver Brexit Britain's exit from the European Union to recap they have been too big votes in the parliament in the past couple of days in the first on Tuesday, Theresa May's deal with the EU was overwhelmingly rejected by peas in the biggest ever defeat for a government in the second on Wednesday night had government survived a no-confidence vote called by the opposition labor party. So how far will your budge to help Theresa May after her crushing defeat a question? I put to German EMMY p that's Christian L A. He's a member of the Christian Democratic Union. There's a certain complexity with the with the European continent. What to do because I mean, if you would have a constructive majority in the parliament saying, we don't want this. So that I think you're might be willing to talk about that. But whom to appease the one one? Trey union at the end of the world and want to have a hard Brexit to appeal the ones who wanted to dispose entrance into the European common market because they see the advantages or the one in the parliament who don't want to leave the union. So the question is what would come out of the negotiations, and to what extent that would change majorities in the parliament? And that's hard to tell the time question the upcoming European elections. Yes. There's a lot of Lexi and instructs focus these days. And nobody would know what is plan b and European leaders. Have not yet agreed on plan b have they they have nothing up their sleeve yet. And they see no advantage in scrambling to find one it's always portrayed that the union is an abstract organization critical administrative use, you officials not elected. Number sending a constituency I'm European. I have a custodial see where a lot of British citizens living. There's Rolls Royces the biggest employer. So I'm representing the Europe of an integrated economy, the European integrated society in a way, so why should be compromise on on the Irish question. We think it's benefited had been a benefit for for the United Kingdom for island that we we have a peace policy Northern Ireland. So how'd compromise on issues where we think it's also benefiting the United Kingdom possibly compromise on on on financial market why to give access to the financial markets. If institutions don't want to pay to the rules. We've also got the other opposing view in in your vows reading this in the spectator magazine. It says deep down there's a lot of Europeans at secretly admire the United Kingdom, they what they really think about Brexit is that. They're looking to see how the u k can walk away from it. And it, and it would set an example because a lot of European saw that Brussels had too much control in the EU. That means a lot. I mean, we have this nationalist populist movements in in Europe. Now, it's a question, it might be a certain reaction to globalization to a world which is fairly abstract for for a lot of people. But what does that lead to mean, we see what that lead to in in the UK to agonizing two to chaos to cook, very problematic understanding, how complex the world is and simple. So that might be a certain amount of number of people in Europe feeling sympathetic to this simplistic kinda bounces, but you see to what it leads. I mean, the country the nation of rationalism the nation of John Locke is completely blocked, and it's ignoring the economic realities also the reality of integrated society, chairman MVP, Christian Ehler, this is date. On the BBC World Service. Our top headline North Korea's top nuclear negotiators arrived in Beijing reportedly on route to Washington to help preparations for second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN Kenyon is with us. At sports news is all about the Australian Open to start with this marathon that marathon my day wasn't Maratha match between Milosevic and stand Vavrinec in the end row niche. The men's number sixteen seat is one through to the third round. It went to just over four hours. Four set all four of them finishing on tie-breaks to third-set tie-break went to thirteen eleven on court at the moment women's world number-one Simona Halla perf against Shafei Kenan Halley had been way ahead. She won the first set six three, but Kenny and won the second set on a tie-break, and they are just there for starting a deciding third later on Novak Djokovic against Jo Wilfried Sanga and Eugenie Boucher versus Serena Williams. Elsewhere more records falling in the NBA. Steph. Curry has become the first player to score eight or more three pointers three games on the trot. Did that as Golden State Warriors beat the New Orleans pelicans and a combined forty three three pointers in that game between the two is a new MBA record as well. Now, let's talk about concussion and sport rugby union and the NFL to sports which are grappling with the and football is getting involved as well with increasing concern repeated heading of the baller a central part of the game. That is show retain hardly anyone ever really thinks about it. Even can cause long-term serious damage. Professor. Tony belly is a neurosurgeon at Birmingham university in the UK. He's now involved in a study, which is brought in the English Premier League to try and develop tests instantaneous tests, essentially to see if someone has suffered a concussion the first question for him. They use saliva is it really possible to see whether someone has been concussed from this and either. Yeah, it seems. Entirely possible. In fact is. We're doing this study. And actually, we did it last year in the Rugby Football Union collecting samples from players had the ranger assessment immediately on the page and then after the match and actually we discovered that. Yes. It's possible to measure they sort of certain compounds in saliva that can very accurately. Tell us whether it can cash Kurds are not actually in a in a completely unprecedented way when say with a very high degree of accuracy, and can you build up a picture of how much had trauma an individual suffers. So you test them after one match then test them after after the next one and showing does it show the level of intensity? So what these biomarkers at the moment actually showed the the concussion very quickly. And this by Marcus stay out for a few days. The next part of the study actually starting a very interesting question duty show sort of cumulative damage, we don't know that yet possibly sort of our something we're gonna launch the three in the next few months, but will they can tell us. He's actually where somebody's having an acute injury. And if said is by Marcus will sort of reveal themselves so for for several days. Well, we actually also doing and not just by other sports as well to see whether there's an accumulation over time of biomarkers that could indicate some long term health issues and the English Premier League is is getting involved in this within the study when players tested if they've had a suspicion of of a concussion is that going to be acted on by ficials on the day. Someone can be tested on the side of the pitch. And then kept out from the rest of the game. Is that going to be a consequence of this? Ultimately what we want? We want exactly as we want. If the test is used on the pitch size and to make a very quick assessment to the player, and obviously decision that can inform the toxins whether they she stay on or should be removed to miss exactly what we want really want to get there. Obviously the momentum was still in research phase. So we don't want the results to influence decisions. Otherwise, it was a crater a bit of a circular I given. So we we're testing and the results from the era were very encouraging and see if the test is validated. They means is diverse. Exactly that's going to be used to make those big decisions and in from your expertise. Do you believe that regular concussions does cause long-term damage? Oh, I think no one will doubt. Actually, there is a link between repeated concussions and long term brain health. Obviously doesn't affect. Of everyone, obviously, the majority of people have repeated concussions absolutely fine. But clearly, there are a number of reports cases of of particular American football players in other sports. There have repeated concussions that have defended near degeneration. So clearly there is a link that well, we don't know yet is strong linkage and that was professor Tony belly from Birmingham university. And that's a really interesting study which could change the way that sports deal with head injuries and concussions. Not to. Thank you. Now to business news nex. And it's been reported in the United States that the Chinese tech giant hallway is being investigated for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American companies. Matt Davis is here about what's this all about? Well, this is in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times highway and the US department of Justice of actually yet to comment on it is reported that this is linked to a lawsuit that the telecoms company mobile brought against way four years ago when it accused the Chinese company of stealing the technology behind a robot that's used to test smartphones. Now jury in that case didn't find any militias conduct on the part of hallway but eight now all seems to be escalating last week. How way hallway employee was arrested in Poland accused of spying and lost month? You'll remember that the company's chief financial officer was arrested in Canada at the request of the United. States in relation to accusations of sanctions violations with Iran at all relates to the broader trade tensions between the US and China, which include these accusations of technology and intellectual property theft. With many of the accusations actually coming from the White House itself. Now, I'll Pasha Patel. The chief executive of prey Finian partners says on this President Trump is has got it right is always made it a part of their trade. Water say, listen, we're not going to turn a blind eye as is being done in the past. We're not going to be softer on intellectual property theft. And we're going to shut down your businesses. Your biggest businesses we're going to start arresting your people. I'm going to take an aggressive stance because it makes your country poorer when its assets stolen, even if their intellectual property assets. Right. So what next what next? Indeed, if confirmed this investigation and the accusations and actions that may spring from it would be yet another. Block to normalizing trade relations between China and the US and don't forget, it's actually very difficult to buy our products in the US and lawmakers introduced a Bill yesterday that would ban the sale of American made chips to hallway and other Chinese firms that they say violates sanctions or export control laws, and there's all because the American authorities are worried that how is products might be used to spy on US citizens and the Chinese ministry reacted to that today by saying the proposed legislation was born out of hysteria. Davis. Thank you very much..

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"rugby football" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:23 min | 3 years ago

"rugby football" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"We have seen on the road. Arena this tournament. But stuttering Stanford ring Kastari was break up in the full separate broke back. Then was able to take it on the tiebreak Stanford. Brink of the former champion has gone just now twenty four young Chung of South Korea out losing in full set to the Frenchman Pierre double delight for the Japanese fans caney chicory finding away in five sets through against evoke. College jumping two sets up when it was straightforward for US open champion Nemea sock. It with a straight sets win, uncle Venus. Williams early stages against the French-owned, Eliza corny. They don't have to on Williams and Simona Halep the well. The number one has got hung contest underway. Consider fear cannon and let the world one has the early break there. The night session receiving it's going to be delayed because we had some rain to seven time champion. Serena Williams, taking on Eugenie Bouchard who was number seven back in twenty-fifty. But now seventy nine in the world Joe will go against Novak Djokovic to repeat to the two thousand eight final and British number one year counter against two time grand slam singles win a copy name. Mcgary and we will check in. She she Melvyn in an hour's time. Now, let's talk about something which is a huge issue for many sports rugby union, the NFL in particular of all had to deal with this and football is grappling with it as well. We're talking about head injuries concussion and the notion that in football simply heading the ball in everyday occurrence in training and in on the pitch for players could cause long-term damage and dementia. A new study is being launched in which English Premier League players will be immediately tested pitch side, if they might have concussion. It's all to do with saliva. I'm one of those involved this professor Tony belly. Who's an academic neurosurgeon at university of Birmingham, professor belly. Thanks for being with us. Is it really possible to tell if someone has been concussed simply by testing their saliva. Good morning. Seems entirely possible. In fact. We're doing this study. And actually we did last year in the Rugby Football Union collecting samples from plaza where the head injury assessment immediately on the page and then after the match and actually we discover that. Yes. It's possible to measure the sort of certain compounds in saliva that can very accurately tell us whether it can cash Kurds are not actually in a in a way wouldn't say with a very high degree of accuracy. And can you build up a picture of how much head trauma an individual suffers? So you test them after one match then test them after after the next one. And so on does it show the level of intensity. So these biomarkers do at the moment actually showed the the concussion very quickly. And by Marcus, stay up for a few days. The the next part of the study, actually, a very interesting question duty shows sort of cumulative damage, we don't know that yet. Possibly something. We're gonna launch three in the next few months, but will they can tell us. He's actually whether somebody's getting an acute injury. And he said is by markets will sort of reveal themselves so for several days, but we actually also doing and not just we football by other sports as well to see whether there's an accumulation over time of biomarkers that could indicate some long term health issues and the English Premier League is getting involved in this within the study when players attested if they've had a suspicion of of a concussion is that going to be acted on by officials on the day. Someone can be tested on the side of the pitch. And then kept out from the rest of the game. Is that going to be a consequence of this? Ultimately, what we want we want exactly as we want. The test is used on the pitch size and to make a very quick assessment to the player, and obviously a decision that can Ben informed the doctor's whether they pass you stay on or should be removed. It's exactly what we want to. Oh, really want to get there. Obviously the momentary was still can research face. So we don't want the results to influence decisions. Otherwise crater a bit of a circularize given. So we we're testing and the results from the fewer very encouraging and see if the test and sort of a volley datus, they means is today's exactly as us to make those big decisions and in from your expertise. Do you believe that regular concussions does cause long-term damage? Oh, I think no one will doubt. Is a link between repeated concussions and long term brain health, obviously doesn't affect everyone. And actually the majority of people have repeated concussions up. So he find Berkeley. There are a number of reports cases of of particular American football players and other sports that have repeated concussions. Have defendant near degeneration. So clearly there is a link that well, we don't know yet is stronger linkages professor Tony belly. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us talking about that really interesting study, which he is involved in. We'll keep an eye on that for you. Let's talk about the actual football briefly magical is how Frank Lampard Dhabi county manager described his side's progress through to the fourth round of the English FA Cup after coming back from two nil down against Southampton in their third round replay. They went through on penalties against Patrick Vieira Monaco against nieces finished one one which doesn't help Monaco tool in the French league. They remained nineteenth in the table and a line from the NBA another fifty point game. From James harden? He's on a brilliant, individual run a form at the moment. But the Houston Rockets lost to the Brooklyn nets in overtime. Matthew. Thank you. Now. The Kenyan police say the death toll from the hotel. Siege has risen to twenty one. A policeman died of his injuries to people have been arrested in connection with the attack in an upmarket neighborhood of Nairobi the operation was caned by the Al Shabaab group, and is amiss group active in neighboring Somalia. We'll get an update soon here. Newsday from Nairobi. But that's beginning to hear from a man who was rescued thirty eight year old Ronald again, oh, he's Twitter account went viral in Kenya. Whilst the attack was going on. He was actually in the hotel and tweeted some of the following messages. He said we are still in the bathroom gunshots in the building. Please pray for us phone charge. Almost of please, pray. He made an appeal. He said t's find me. That's I love you Caleb Mark and Carol now he told the BBC's Anne soy about the moment. He became aware of the attack at Taranto three ten. We had a loud bang. So.

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