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Fresh update on "ruiz" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"And your money and you go to the stadium. But then there's the baseball side that if you're a fan of a team, of course love it for the players on the field and the stars and and the The guys have come up through the system and the draft, But also I think you want to have your friend office in your team, making a good faith effort to be competitive down the road. And if the Nationals felt that their mix of talent and you know assets for the future and the results currently Was not necessarily save them up for immediate success. What they're doing is taking a step sideways or backward, wherever you want to call it to be competitive in the future, and I understand that's a hard thing for a lot of people, maybe to conceptualize wrap their head around, get in material, and it's kind of You can be can down the road and in some ways you could argue that it is, you know, not as competitive as you should be trying to win every day or use all your resources. But I do think From a baseball standpoint, there are some smart elements to it better from down the road. When when we look at this If we talked 10 years from now, five years from now, we could say maybe a good run started there now allows us to go right. But this is how it begins. Final 40 seconds here, Jesse give us some hope here about a dozen prospects coming in and tell us about some of them and who might stick around. Yeah, The two big names are from the Los Angeles Dodgers, which makes sense because the Dodgers got the Nationals. Two best players in this case, which were trade joiner and make sure they're so Kipper Ruiz is a is a young catcher who is among the top prospects in baseball and all the sort of expert list and then Josiah Gray as a young pitcher from the Dodgers, who, Mike Rizzo said We could see in D C very soon once those guys travel east to Washington, so they're the two main ones, some others, you know, in the group of 12 or Little bit farther away are a little bit younger, even but the grain memories are two guys. I think the organization's extremely excited about and could have a fairly immediate impact and also certainly a chance of developing interest in the Stars Here with Washington. That's the Washington Post Jesse Doherty more with more in sports coming up next, it's 5 45. And still,.
ChiSox Rally for 6-4 Win Over Indians After Getting Kimbrel
"Your one Moncada homered among his three hits the white Sox beat the Indians six four to take a nine game lead in the AL central Chicago scratched out two runs in the eighth is Tim Anderson delivered a tiebreaking single and Jose a braille was hit in the head by a pitch with the bases loaded both benches and bullpens emptied briefly but no punches were thrown in the reigning AL MVP stayed in the game prime male ray has had three RBIs on three hits for the Indians including a solo Homer Jose Ruiz worked out of an eighth inning jam to get the win James karenge EC was a loser I'm Dave Ferrie
Jen Ruiz Shares How She Hid Rental Car Damage
"John thanks so much for joining us today. We're so excited to have you on. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here. I know with your background. You have been to so many different places you wanna. Your goal was to do twelve trips in twelve months. Clark super excited to hear about your experience of the different drivers in those areas. So what would you say is one of the most craziest driving experiences you have had. Yes it was in twelve months so it was my year of adventure reform my thirtieth birthday where i wanted to see as much as possible while i was still in my twenties and i had a lot of different driving experiences. I rented a car and drove throughout the south of france. I went in south america peru around different places so i had a lot of different driving experiences. I would say definitely. South of france stands out because it was a bucket list item for me. And i wanted to during the summer specifically so that i would be able to drive through the lavender fields and the sunflower fields. And just get all of the wonderful. Summer smells and feel like i was in province. Did you ever end up driving in any of these different places. And what was your experience like if you did yes. I drove in a lot of the places. Sometimes i would take public transportation. It really depended on. Where was that. I was going but yes with the south of france. I did a seven day road trip. I flew into paris. And then i took the train down to avignon from there. I picked up a car. And i was able to go around the entire area to see all kinds of different things kind of real life places. Where van gogh painted and so you can see the inspiration for the famous paintings and everybody knows different gorges and mountains that were really lovely to see the different coastal cities. They're in the south of france. Until i drove all throughout that on my own.
"ruiz" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Ruiz Otto, a policy analyst at the Migration Policy Institute. And Eugene Daniels, the White House correspondent for Politico and Playbook, Co author thanks to you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me like Eugene. The President Biden, you know, has sort of been dismantling many of the controversial immigration policies of the Trump administration. He repealed the Muslim ban, He stopped construction on the border wall. He introduced legislation. To provide a path to citizenship for around 11 million immigrants in the United States, But he hands this issue too. Vice president Kamila Harris. What are your initial thoughts on that? Yeah, I think First of all, we have been begging and asking for months like what is her portfolio What you're gonna be working on and the things that they kept telling us AIDS kept telling me was that she would be dealing with the most important issues facing the administration. This is one of the most important issues facing the administration on Bond. Everything they've said, is that they Her experience in California's attorney general. She led a group of attorney general's down to some of these countries to meet with their counterparts. She worked on immigration issues in the Senate as well, Um, and that she had the experience that they want it. So I think my read is that, um, that all of that experience together and her ability to as her aides tell me People who worked with her in the Senate to kind of look at this as both a diplomatic concerns a policy issue and also kind of like a human it humanitarian crisis. They're also very clear toe. Make it to say that this isn't about her fixing the border crisis. This is about these longstanding issues. These two group causes of why people leave these Northern Triangle countries. So let's talk about that, because that's something that I think that's obviously an international issue. That's something that you know would require. I'm sure the buy in of the secretary of state and others at some point, but Ariel Paris is tasked with the You know. No small task here is to you know on really deal with the underlying issues that are motivating this migration. Where does she even begin? Well, it's a complicated strategy that has to be laid out for Vice President Harris. It's what needs to be. We begin at the moment is to first set up and re establish a working relationship with the countries and the governments in the region, and that includes one that is based on principles and transparency and accountability. And that is sort of what has been lacking so far that there has been some initiatives in the past. What has been unclear. So far. What has been the outcomes of those initiatives and exactly what the countries from the region are willing to do to also address the migration crisis that we're seeing across the region and here? It's important to know that there are some things that the United States conducive and the short term but to really set up base sustainable regional migration system requires for the other countries to actually be Willing to invest their own resource is and also embezzled political capital to create some of the longer pathways that we need to see here so that we're not recurring to these types of situations again in a few years. Arial with the understanding that this is a deeply complex issue. That is not something that we can sort of, you know, figure out into segments on our show today, But if we had to identify an immediate priority that vice President Harris in terms of, particularly in terms of this This international effort that has to be made. Where should she begin? Is it what they Moloch? Is it Mexico? Is it? El Salvador? Are there Is there something that rises to the very top that should be handled first? I think it depends on what countries you're looking at him. That's something that that I'm hoping that the best person will take a close look at when she begins to engage with the country's in one of Moloch, for example, education and malnutrition or the key topics to be addressed in water and endurance. He has to be corruption and political stability. And in El Salvador. Violence has Bean though it's been lowered in homicides have been falling in in that country mornings to be done to actually work with at risk youth. Who Maybe, uh, you know, add risk off joining gangs in that country. You're Jean President Biden has had had a similar task when he was vice president himself under then President Obama That didn't work out so well, did it? No, it didn't. We stab these same issues. And then you had four years of an administration. That kind of took a different tact. When it came comes to these, And I think that is something that we've been asking aides a cat. What lessons did he learn? An ambassador of the Roberta Jacobson. She's a special assistant to the president and was previously the U. S envoy to Mexico. Um and she said that all of them that worked on this learned a lot, right. They they learned how and who to give money to. They learned that because of some of the corruption and some of these countries that you have to be careful about just giving it to leaders in the country because of that corruption and finding ways to use public private partnerships. To get at those root causes. Make sure that there are as I think, the president said on Thursday in his press conference lights in the street so people can walk safely, so it's things like that. That Um, they have learned from what he did, and obviously they didn't start really dealing with that issue until kind of toward the end. Of the second term. And so when I talked to hate this, that they come in the Harris has have been the benefit of starting this very early on. We're still you know, in the first few months of their their term on, so I think that part of it is kind of like it's good for her, and in the sense that maybe there is some kind of status quo shake up that can be fixed in the next few years. We're gonna have to take a quick break. But we'll have more with Eugene.
Video shows Tacoma, Washington, officer driving into crowd
"Of a crowd gathered for a so called Khar sideshow appears to show a Tacoma police officer running over at least one person is the officer tried to escape from the crowd. You all the police are leading the investigation, And they say two people were taken to the hospital with injuries, they say are not life threatening Call most Cole Miller has more Saturday night sideshow in downtown Tacoma. And when a police officer shows up that crowd moving moving in, in, and and the the cop cop backing backing up up a a massive massive police police response response soon soon followed, followed, all all right right through through them them full full force. force. Junior Junior Ruiz Ruiz was was heading heading back back home home when when he he stumbled stumbled upon it. Watching it play out here like a pretty big I want to see like a group of 20 people in a release. Tacoma Police say that officer was fearing for his safety. And while trying to extricate himself from an unsafe position, he drove forward and then called for medical aid, the interim chief saying, quote, I am deeply concerned that our department is experiencing another use of deadly force incident. I send my thoughts to anyone injured have been reaching out to become a police try to get some clarification as to what the interim chief meant in that statement, saying that he's disappointed that there's been another use of deadly force incident will continue to push for those answers. Whole. Miller come on News. The
Former candidate charged with election fraud in case of ‘ghost candidate’ on primary ballot in Houston's Harris county
"Grand jury has indicted three local Democrats for election fraud. Democratic political consultant Damian Jones was indicted today for coercion of a public servant and false caller. I d information for an anonymous threat that he texted to then state representative Gina Kalani. In a separate scheme, district demagogues District Attorney Kim Ogg says Richard Montaigne and Natasha Deming created a ghost candidate. This is Kind of spooky named Natasha Ruiz, who received 20% of the vote against longtime state representative Harold Dutton.
Three indicted in Houston's Harris County on allegations of trying to illegally influence state House races
"District Attorney Kim Ogg has announced that there are grand jury indictments against three local Democrats accused of election fraud. Democratic political consultant Damian Jones Jones was was indicted indicted today today for for coercion coercion of of a a public public servant servant and and false false caller. caller. I I d d information information for for an an anonymous anonymous threat threat that that he he texted texted to to then then state state representative representative Gina Kalani. In a separate scheme, Ogg says Richard Montagne and Natasha Deming actually created a ghost candidate named Tasha Ruiz, who received 20% of the vote against longtime state representative Harold Dutton.
China launches mission to bring back material from moon
"Unmanned spacecraft is on its way to the moon. China launched before dawn today and when it gets there a little over a week a robot on board will make the first attempt since the nineteen seventies to collect lunar rocks and debris and bring them back to earth. npr's john ruiz reports the long march five rocket blasted off at four thirty. Am beijing time. If successful the mission will make china the third country ever to collect lunar material. Both the united states and the soviet union did so decades ago. But it's complex. Chinese state media. Say a lunar lander will drill into the moon to collect underground samples and scoot material from the surface with a robotic arm then an sender will blast off from the moon with the cargo and fly it to an orbiting reentry vehicle that will bring it to earth. The entire mission is scheduled to take about twenty three days. China has invested heavily in its space program and it plans to send people to the moon. Eventually
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Dot com blocked. What up what up. What up and welcome back ladies and gentlemen new metal. Trae think when we're number four number four today man. But i had to come back. Man is andy. Ruis taking all the advice that we've been given them opened up. A youtube channel decided to go with. Eddie hearn also decided not to take a fight while joining. Eddie renault's so basically everything we want and doing it the right way and i wanted to highlight his episode. One training team can nilo that. He dropped on his youtube channel. Andy ruiz junior got to check it out. Hit him up with a subscribe already. Subscribe already got my notification bell. And you know i got this episode yesterday. I must admit. I'm really pleased with what i'm seeing. I'm really pleased with the way things are going. I knew that being around other champions would motivate and you can tell that's coming across you know very transparent on camera him being motivated by canelo cannella put in extra work in the big boy. Can't and making ruis wanna do the same I i i loved it. They gave little clips of him working out with the saints conditioning. Coach as cannella. I love this light right around the corner just waiting for the introduction to his video man motivational music..
I Disagree with the Second Agreement and I Hope You Take It Personally by TK Coleman
"I disagree with the Second Agreement and I hope you take it personally by tk Coleman of tk. Coleman DOT COM. I like to think in terms of alternatives not absolutes that is instead of adopting an either or logic for problem solving and goal achievement prefer to think in accordance with both and strategies. For example, let's consider the notion of taking things personally self help author. Don Miguel Ruiz has done a magnificent job at popularizing and articulating what is often referred to as the second agreement. Here's a summary of the idea in Ruis. His own words quote whatever happens around you don't take it personally nothing other people do is because of you what is because of themselves all people live in their own dream in their own mind. They are a completely different world from the one we live in only take something personally we make the assumption that they know what is in our world and we try to impose our world on their world and quote. I think that's a very useful idea and I found myself in some pretty lengthy discussions where I've defended it to people who absolutely to test this concept teaches own. I suppose. But as for me, my life has been a heck of a lot easier since I started practicing the second agreement as a critical thinker however, I like to keep my options open. Rather. Than treating ideas like the second agreement as dogmas to be believed in a regard them as value neutral conceptual tools whose usefulness varies with context. Sometimes I like taking things personally even when I know I'm not being personally attacked I deliberately choose to act as if I am being conspired against I usually use this idea as a psychological trick for motivating myself. As long as I can employ the take it personally technique in a way that's healthy and isn't obsessive. I derive great practical value from it. Anyone who's ever played competitive spores probably understands concept very well choosing to look at your competition as the enemy or the bad guys can be an invigorating experience. One of my favorite ticket personally stories comes from Michael Jordan before a soldout contest between the New York Knicks and their rivals the Chicago Bulls Knicks, coach Jeff Van Gundy accused Michael Jordan of being a con man who deliberately X. friendly towards opposing players in order to soften them up and gain a competitive edge over them. Van. Gundy's harsh words were printed in Chicago newspaper and Jordan. saw them before the game. He took it personally and decided to play with a chip on his shoulder for the entire game Jordan had a personal vendetta to show van Gundy just how capable he was having a great game without being nice to his opponents. He did exactly what he set out to do by scorching the Knicks for a red hot one points and one point in the game after hitting an important basket Sharon looked at Van Gundy and yelled at him. One of Jordan's team as reported that Michael Love to us, criticism and hatred as a way of motivating himself a sports commentator who knew of this habit predicted that Jordan would score fiftypoints simply because he would be fired up. I've Angolans words. US, right. Jordan took it personally and brought the best out of him interestingly enough. Here's what Jordan said after the game quote. Guess I. Didn't make any friends out there tonight Jordan smiles I. Think those words were more geared to motivating his players but I don't think on the court they have befriended me, I don't go on the court expecting to make friends. But when I leave the court, I don't take what happened on the court away from me. We're only playing a game. I don't view it as a war away from the game and quote. In a video clip. Jordan talks about how he used that moment as motivation while not letting it get to him in an unhealthy way. Jordan disagreed with the second agreement and it worked does illustrates one of my favorite metaphors for life life a game. As an all games achieving one's goals requires the use of effective strategies. A good strategist is one who remains flexible. He uses what works without ever feeling the need to assign the status of costal truth to any of the strategies in his playbook. If taking it personally works good strategists takes it personally if taking it personally leads to stress and self destructive preoccupation with what others think then it strategist stops to him personally. This attitude of philosophical flexibility can be extended to issues and belief systems. Ideas are just tools sometimes are useful. Sometimes are not which ideas of you when you use them, and how you react to the results is your job to sort out as you sorting through the ever enlarging buffet of ideas being offered in the marketplace be should remember the admonition of Terence McKenna quote nobody smarter than you and quote. You know more about what's best for you than anyone else. So don't take anybody's ideas dogmatically specially now mind think critically about everything. Then take what works for you and leave the rest.
Jackie Ruiz: Author, Publisher, Aviation Lover
"Get started like like we almost always liked to do and I go back to the beginning a little bit. What was your? What was your first exposure to aviation? How did you first get involved? Well you know a lot of people ask me where this passion king from. Certainly wasn't for my childhood because in Mexico growing out both you know middle class family the SIMA flying planes. So I was just not in the not on the menu and My first sort of experience was a beautiful hot air balloon. So here in Illinois and I happen to spot this beautiful lights craft I thought it was kind of a toy airplane and as we approached this day said, no you Texas fly aircraft and we immediately my husband and I purchased the discovery flights and I think it was the first time that flying that aircraft with no doors on. Feeling freedom and those wings It just like it was like Lois Recite About how long ago was that? I was probably about six years ago and I started. Sort of you know like it's almost like sometimes you find ambition find a passion and sometimes the passion finds a way to find you and I think that that's how it started to kind of fit into every part of my life with the ideation school asking me if I could do their marketing and then being invited to an island to keynote or three hundred soldiers and my finding a way to get there with the traffic that this growed represented asking. To give me a ride in but you know sort of opened up this whole world of. Possibilities I looked at a section I said What if I can fly myself to places launch in breakfast thing and see the beautiful sunset either y you know if I could do that and Anything that bug. Just seeped into my heart and never loved me. So it's been about five years and got my license, my sports pilotless inside two years ago in July. It's awesome. Yeah and it's a great great sign that when you did that discovery flight with the doors off, you enjoyed it I. I've done a couple of young eagles flights in the zenith. We we had an are flying club where we we pull the doors off which I love a pilot but sometimes I look over there and that that Young Eagle was a baby in the seat a little. A little too hard. So say there's a little getting used to. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's good that you enjoyed it Why did you go sport pilot? Why? Why did you Y how? Why was that a good fit for you? I the school that I was But I basically, with were kind of experts saying you know light sport aircraft, which is the new that BFA introducing two, thousand, four and It seemed to be you know hobby it seemed to be a wonderful way for me to get my hands but you know just kind of getting to the beginning to the industry and You know running to companies and nonprofit organizations in between my travels around the world I, Kinda wanted to see how Would you know fulfill my life and in in in this passion continues to grow. And I just found that aside an amazing stone having the responsibility of three passengers just one. Done by Katie. To to really you know to make that happen. So in hindsight now back and say, well, I I wish I would have gone straight to my private but the experience all the hours and a gain to close one hundred, fifty hours on the four aircraft You know I, it's it's just getting more confidence that I can fly bigger aircraft and now I mean they journey of getting my
Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz
"Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island how was it for you to grow up in Philadelphia interesting? I guess it's changed a lot over the last few years that I haven't been there. Right a lot of gentrification and things like that. I felt like it was a little rough when I was there like I rent to a really prestigious school. It's like the second oldest high school in the country I was a public school. Yeah and so we didn't refer to ourselves by the graduating year I class of two, thousand and five. I was the two hundred sixty. Four th graduating class, and so it was wonderful and there's a sense of community with that but you were definitely seen and targeted as the smart kids and so we were in a little bit of a rough neighborhood. So there were definitely like there was a point we had to have police escorts to take us to the bus and it was like a four hour bus ride to and from where I live to the school. So it was intense but I feel. Like it taught me a lot of street smarts I can feel confident now in big cities and settings where I'm by myself and feel like I'm able to navigate a foreign setting. So maybe I didn't really see it then but I felt like Philadelphia was really good training for being able to travel and see the world and feel confident that I have the ability to stay safe in these settings.
Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz
"Jenin I talk about her life in Puerto Rico growing up in Philadelphia what it was like to go to law school. Then what a became not practicing law as she started solo traveling and we of course talked about what inspired her to travel, which was being thirty and not being married and having children and wanting that resonated with me as when she talked about letting things be when letting things happen and unfold as they are supposed to when you're a planner and I, think this is one of the things when we get into this topic in the interview that is going to resonate with you as we live through pandemic Jen. Also, shares with us about self publishing becoming a travel blogger and I talk about Australia at the trip that I was going to take to Australia that ended up obviously not taking because that was going to happen between March and April and and that was right when all the things went down. So of course, I didn't make to Ustralia but I did make it to speak at that conference. So I can still call myself an international speaker because I got to speak honest age in Australia while I was in San Diego huckle is that but a winner I'll leave that for another story I will let you enjoy conversation with Jen druce. Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"He's not as risky. He's been out of the sport for a very long time. And for Andy Ruiz. Tony Bellevue checks a lot of boxes. You know he's not the most dangerous puncher and division he's not this overwhelmingly huge guy And there's this big question mark of whether or not the real andy is even gonNA show up so from that sense. It makes sense to me. I think it would be a beautiful paper view. slashed his own. Fight for Andy. I'm into tune-ups site. What's up with these guys? Yo- now now. They're saying what proved. Do we have that Andy's star no more at? Aj numbers no because not. Everyone capitalizes not everyone has grown. That's that is the proof in itself age. Aj Aj's had how many fights and no one has grown to this level. No one not Brazil. Not trolls more in no one. No one no behind that like Andy. Never take it from him. No matter what these haters WANNA say a chat. You can never take that. He is the first and only will forever be etched in stone Mexican heavyweight. So you can cry or you won't call it a fluke. All you want but his tax bracket has changed his. His OFFICE ARE BIGGER. And you obviously are at that a right and I'm speaking in general because I do not understand why are you. What more proof do you need than the numbers that they are throwing him? What more proof to you telling me that. The same promoters making ready to make two different offers to the to the same guy for two different fighters but he's not a star. So Wasting Tom. They listen to all star zone anymore. Lost the two fights over. There's no option. But they still ascending offers. They still putting him on social media. They still making posters should about him videos like dogs dying for Indie the nonsense. You're listening. Yeah exactly and you think that look dillion white bought Anthony Joshua so why is dealing in white? The guy calling everyone out and can't get a fight if all these people that Joshua get the exact same type of exposure get the same type of stardom. Then why is dealing in white the one making the offered Andy? Ruiz key want that fight. Why do people keep calling into Ruiz out? Yeah maybe it's a little bit of low hanging fruit. But at the end of the day he got more of that fight the most. Elsa Mario them the way year no he beat Anthony Joshua Buster. Douglas beat Mike Tyson. He got the Holyfield fight. You know host the seat though beat Victor Victoria. Not Victoria. Tees couldn't fight Camello after that so to are potentially upsets at the end of the day. And these dudes that wanted to be looked at as tune-ups bag grabbers. They want to upset the apple cart. Ain't nobody was blowing the Andy Rees Horn way. No back when he fought Joseph Parker. Nobody was blowing horn. Andy Burris was the fat guy. That was a Mexican heavyweight and he probably had a chance because he had fast hands and nobody was riding on Andy. Trains currently only sequitur hardcore. Who really sticking winner from the RIB. And I'm not GONNA see. That was the only one but I do me. I learned through you. You feel but at the end of the day like Andy really was that due to make a fight. We don't tell one against Anthony. Joshua like she it wouldn't it can never be taken from him first. Mexican heavyweight stock shot up because the stock market. Oh exactly straight to hell up. She's got other opponent that. Aj fought has been on. Jimmy Kimmel has been on good morning. America has been on The Breakfast Club. I forgot the other New York show. That's on Eminem off on ninety seven also He was on the California. One sued basically their version of it like nobody has reached the heights for being an AJ opponent that it. Oh Andy. Ruiz has reached so to say that he's not a star. Like even if you don't believe he's a star based on all the evidence we presented. He has the potential there. We already saw you know. There's this thing in wrestling where they say. If you've got over once you get over again boxing's the same way in the sense that if they believe in you before all you gotta do is give them a reason to believe in you again. I just want to say I lower my headphones so that is not so loud but I think I need myself louder. Turn me up and headphones I just want to say you know that was fantastic. What you said earlier. I mean I didn't even think of that spot on. I gotTA build off it with to you you you gotTa build off it with some facts. But I I gotTA switch to my my personal count because dealing has me blocked on my on the box and voice but You made a fantastic point Dylan White Ford. Aj and didn't get the popularity. Doing why has three hundred and seventy four thousand instagram followers? Tony Baillieu who I see. U K dudes did obviously. Don't Google saying that somehow dealing white is bigger than Bellevue. So like I said earlier in the show I'll say now maybe there's UK dues working because it's the afternoon overheating. Get the jump on you know and hear this but find me the pay per view the daily. And why did that's eight hundred and nine hundred thousand pay per view buys you know and people like to say that like someone said on the show early. I think it was even. Steve said like Oh yeah. He's got the to David. Haye paydays dog. What about the unification because remember he such a small businessman he cuffed? Wbz moved up to heavyweight day. Came back down to it's WBZ and unified with Ucla you know it was undisputed so like I don't know like my man may options for himself To say the doing white is bigger than him retarded. I'm just sorry you know does Dylan. Why have a Marquee Win Oscar Rivas which we still waiting for Revista to like get on an out? See you know what I mean like Canada. Come on a shout out to Takim. I'M GONNA I'm not. I'm not making this argument alone. That's why this show is super important. Because is the voice of the people. Everyone has an opinion. He he said in an chat that you know. I'm banking on boxing being tribal than I am. I am I absolutely banking on Mexicans going to back end. E why do you think repeating the amount of Mexicans in America at the history of the sport only banking on the frigging obvious absolutely bank? Listen if Bob Bank SONUM and de la Hoya Bank so I think de la Hoya signed Jo jo out of all the two thousand twelve crop. He didn't he didn't he didn't make sure he got earl but somehow he made sure to get. Joe Joe is is that some sort of mystery itself the only Latino not to get high because he went with Oscar and all the other black fighters went with am my missing a Latino that went without because Brinson Cologne wasn't a two thousand twelve Olympian. So I mean a couple of in with Baba Bob still make sure that he got his and Jose Ramirez was that two thousand twelve crop though. Yeah that was okay there. You go ness did you get the toast on the PREPO. Tony Belly put up. I didn't see this when I don't know if you had seen it. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah I was gonNA screen share that. You're right but I can't if you want. Yeah he looks like John. Very funny but this is kind of winning initiate. That's what he was talking about right. Yeah yes and then you know he was like Yo. GimMe that fight and look right now. He went back on his. I'm pushing for this fight harder than he is. Believe me but that's because he hasn't really you know thought about the business of adjusts yet. It's a big fight in the UK and it's bigger than dillion. Why this guy is actually one billion white is is known in the UK because he's a bad ass. He's a Dog. You know he'll go to war but this guy is a hero he's one. He's the underdog achieved. You Know I. It was the WBZ title for Maccabi. That was huge for him hugh then after that he had the David. Hey Win which the first one was Andy Ruiz. Thou wasn't a Fluke. Then he did it again. So let's stop. Let's stop trying to you. Know be little what it is he was able to accomplish. But here's the other thing rotate. I'm just innocent. Make this real quick point because earlier and I know you were half kidding. I didn't take any offense to it but earlier. I say like oh I'm gonNA agree with again like people say or whatever and then you said no you agree with Mexicans because you know anything Mexicans do you rock with. I okay. That's partly true and I don't take any offense to that but but to me. The bigger aspect of it is a Mexican in a heavyweight division. That's a draw that we have not seen very much of so. I think that Mexicans will gravitate to that. I think that my you know bless GonNa look at him and think. Oh Wow look at this guy you know and make her jokes and stuff like that. I think it's just resonates allowed because we haven't seen it exactly exactly because we've we've seen are light guys we've seen our featherweights and lightweights and our welterweight before you know even middleweights but we've never had heavyweight. So that's a factor to me that I think makes that has such potential to be a star and don't know forget that Bellevue is a nutritionist. Who is now full time helping certain fighters and I forgot. You're right you know he can easily get right. Back into shape. Looks at two years off. After knockout is exactly what some fighters need. He's only thirty eight. I believe you know form was forty. We GonNa keep using history but let's go to stone bone box and talk to me to hear me sir. What oh man. Hey Look I don't want to fight to say ena a good fight. He could probably get three million dollars to cover their fight. You but a four million dollar offer for Delia. White will look suspect. Now even five million. What if you go? I'll put in The The skype chat say to Snipe Chair. Put it in the skype chat Eddie hearn's how he feels about Bill you when significant amount Eddie. Hearn jumped up Charlie grab head. I posted that video and into chat. Just y'all that he probably will put some money for it if I and we. We can't be out just because guys are retired like right now. I'm picking Andre Ward. Come out of retirement and beat time. Consider top-three path pather pound Cannella. If people been calling for that people ask for that people say all sorts. But somehow but I'm I'm just saying like you can be a retired person and come back and still be fired so you know. I've been wanting that fight. I want that I want that I want. Yeah you you you were talking that but war or maybe too much money they Finna make probably hundred million wish accord in the next ten years. Ain't gotta ain't got time w rain taken a beating. But but that I think that man I think they'll give I think they'll give him an email like you know..
This day in sports: Rosie Ruiz tries to pull a ‘fast one’ in Boston Marathon
"On on this this date date update update for for April April twenty twenty first first Rosie Ruiz became the first woman across the finish line of the Boston Marathon today in nineteen eighty it turned out that she cheated she didn't actually run the race
"ruiz" 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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"ruiz" 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.
"ruiz" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Rosie Ruiz 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 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 Nebraska. It was another new world for her but she learned to adapt when year into her college career. Ruiz's life was thrown for a loop. When she was involved in a serious car crash. She suffered a blow to the head and 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 her 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 one thousand nine hundred seventy seven after graduating from college. Ruiz's decided not to return to Miami instead. She threw herself into yet another new city. The Big Apple and 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 acquaintances apartment and racked up fifteen hundred dollars in false charges the acquaintance lodged a complaint with the NYPD but Ruis paid restitution and the charges were dropped compounding. Her legal issues were continuing health issues. In September of Nineteen Seventy Eight. Reza's doctors discovered a small defect inner 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 her 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 of running ruis decided she was ready to put herself to 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. Filipi these 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. Ruis wanted to prove herself an accomplished athlete. It was a huge jump for her while she had been taking running seriously. Rees was not an experience. 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 a 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 res. An estimated crowd of two point. Five million spectators gathered along the race route to cheer the runners on her. We 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 an out. Ruis asked her roommate to meet her eight miles into the race to check if she wanted to drop out. Whenever we reached the mile mark she looked up and saw her roommate waving in 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.
"ruiz" 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.
"ruiz" 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.
"ruiz" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"While cloney 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 a local. Tv show called good day live to be interviewed about their wins. Rogers uneasiness about Ruis had overtaken his own personal satisfaction about winning the race. He wasn't just concerned. That Jacqueline Guiraud had been cheated out of a metal. Like Wilk Loni. He was worried about the effect scandal. Like this might have on the sport as a whole before going onto the set. Rogers pulled me 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 where we hesitated tears appeared at the corners of her eyes for a split second. Rogers believed that Ruiz was going to confess instead. Release 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 Ruiz 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 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 clooney announced that he had opened an investigation into the allegations against Rosier we's it wouldn't be an easy or straightforward task to determine whether rosaries 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 in eyewitness testimony a team of experts including Katherine Switzer reviewed three sets of video from the race and couldn't identify Rosie Ruiz on any of them nor could they find Ruis on one of the informal lists the top five women runners at any point in the race has 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 picked. 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. Internal wheezes twenty third place finish reporters dug into Rosie Ruiz's life story traveling to Miami and Nebraska searching for clues. They didn't find much. Though classmates. At Wayne State College did remember that. Ruis 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 to sneaking past the building security guards to go directly to Ruiz's door eventually released into roommates abandoned the apartment and move somewhere secret their 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 her roommate's friends or reporters who manage to track her down Ruis 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 who've finished next her. We's 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 Wilk Loni to disqualify Rosie Ruis with so much attention on the marathon and the investigation. He felt as though he needed 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 friend. 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 realize 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 he'd seen meanwhile in New York another eyewitness reached out. Susan Moro the woman who had befriended Ruis during the New York. Marathon was watching the news when report about the Boston. Marathon came on. Moreo immediately recognized the marathon winner as the same woman. She'd met on the subway as the news. Report continued covering the controversy around Ruiz's. Finish moral 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 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 entire marathon with evidence against term 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. Ruiz was the woman she'd seen riding the subway during the New York. Marathon Monroe said without question. It was the same woman as cameras snapped Rosie. Ruiz 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 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 Ruiz continued to vociferously denied 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..
"ruiz" 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.
"ruiz" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"On the morning of April twenty first nineteen eighty the eighty fourth annual Boston marathon began in Hopkinton Massachusetts over five thousand runners in nearly half. A million spectators gathered for the big race about two hours. After the marathon began. The first runners began to finish. The first was as expected. The number one male runner in the World Bill Rodgers as he crossed the finish line. Rogers won his third straight Boston marathon with a time of two hours. Twelve minutes and eleven seconds twenty minutes later the first woman approached the finish line fans stood up expecting to see famed Canadian runner Jacqueline Garo instead. They saw an unknown runner that not even the most obsessive running expert recognized it was Rosie Ruiz. A twenty six year old administrative assistant from New York running in her second ever marathon. Ruis looked exhausted her arms flailing wildly as if she was swimming her way to the finish line when Ruiz crossed the finish line. The led timer listed her time as two hours. Thirty one minutes and fifty six seconds. She hadn't just won the race. She'd also set the fastest women's Marathon in American history. Ruis grimace and smiled. As she finished the race she had seemingly accomplished the impossible coming out of nowhere to win. The most celebrated long distance running event in the world. But it was all a lie. Rosie Ruiz hadn't set a record time. She hadn't even run the race..
"ruiz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"About moving up then thought better of it than Ruiz after eight dreaming about about twelve feet to the left of the plate fired a pickoff throw to first matar as easily back to the bag two into the count the buster Posey buster had the big game for a four hit game with two RBIs for the second rookie catcher in history ever to have a a game like that in the post season and the first in sixty four years posing with his back foot on the back line of the batter's box tore as we do a from first he does not run the pitch is going on and lifted the right field drifting over to his wife his words he makes the giants over time one hit wonder no runs Jonathan Sanchez will take the mound for the giants giants nothing Philadelphia coming up well getting three in this post season against the Phillies withdrawn by Jonathan Sanchez and in that ball game he went six innings allowed five hits and three runs two of which were earned three walks seven strikeouts zero hundred pages the ran into some trouble when the defense fill them with a throwing error by Mike Fontenelle but other than that fifty three again please please please reflected in to be the same the night Jimmy Rollins had a big game is one big game this postseason that night in game two he drove in four runs for the Phillies put the game away when he hit a three run double off the right center field wall late in the game he also drew a bases loaded walk again Sanchez for an RBI in that one but he's back in the leadoff spot for the first time in Charlie Manuel who said Hey last couple games he's got more legs underneath it he's had some hamstring problems as he swings at Sanchez for his bench and files it back to the screen thanks for making it all on one and then when he had a couple of steals other day Charlie said the two he's always looking Rollins is their leadoff guy and when he saw him steal those two bases in okay let's put it back where it belongs one page and Sanchez is low with a fastball one ball and one strike Robbins's widget batting right handed Ron unz during the season it's two ninety seven one against left handed pitching well hitting only two eighteen against right handers one one PH fastball right in their for a called strike two one morning two strikes the judge said she is a left handed pitcher likes the third base side of rubber his fastball as a little second stage group with the runs away from riding this effective up the straight so now a breaking ball bounces in the dirt on the inside Rollins jumps out of the way of it who would be hit on the foot and it's a two ball two strike count I noticed about Sanchez this year's he's really learned to slow things down the city has a couple pitches will fight before we headed out to a three one half a step off take a walk take this time to a two page outside with a fastball and it's a full package of Iran's three into a questionable until Monday if you straight away for Jimmy Rollins absolutely three two bridge suite around wanted sure who the third field it cleanly by Rebay the throw to.
Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus
"All right today's other big story around the world companies are asking their employees to work from home because of the corona virus outbreak. Some people love it other people don't. Npr's Yuki Noguchi Talk to people about their experiences. Early last Tuesday Cindy. Ruiz got an email. They're just shutting down the Office for the Week. Corona virus cases cropped up near the San Mateo Office of Dun and Bradstreet Res Works in sales for the financial data company for many the widespread. Embrace of remote work is a welcome change. They've always wanted they're reacting on social media the way kids celebrate snow days. No commutes flexible schedule. Home-cooked lunch. Ruiz however is in that camp. Sure she says there are some perks. If you could call it that I did do laundry I clearly. I'm doing laundry. The Corona virus is putting remote work to a gigantic test. The sheer scale of it is unprecedented throughout China. Italy Japan and South Korea workers have been on lockdown last week. The same happened in Seattle Amazon facebook. Microsoft and Google all told employees there to remain home. Twitter and payment company square are also working remotely. Ruiz says she misses things at the office. Like your special headset. And her big screen computer. Also her home. Wifi is neither fast nor secure enough to access some critical websites. Most of all. She misses her colleagues. This past week reminds release of her last job where she worked from home every day. That was the reason why I left that position and went to this one. I'm a person that needs to be in the office. Remote work is teaching companies a lot. About how well? They function when they're not altogether about a week ago. Jonathan Wasserman told employees to work from home he. Ceo Of Square foot a New York Commercial Real Estate Company. The last time that happened was a year ago when the office Internet went down said Okay work from home and two-thirds employs for like go but my laptops at work this time he wants to be prepared personally. Wallstrom is no fan of remote work. He says it's impossible to read a room over a conference line. Plus about a third of square foot staff are brokers they tour buildings with clients if all the sudden they said. You can't have face to face meetings with people who'd be hard for us to bunch of those transactions. In fact remote work isn't always possible. Hourly workers don't get paid if they don't work for example. Those in retail manufacturing or healthcare usually must be physically present to work. But it's a huge perk for people like tristen yet. Gaillot is a field manager for a and loves working from home in Toledo for me. It's a lot easier to work in silence. I also appreciate the fact that working from home. I can kind of migrate from room to room. If I'm not feeling super productive in one room get says it can be isolating so relying heavily on tools like slack and Webcams are key. I get a lot of face time so I don't feel like I'm like socially isolated at all. I also realize not. Everybody is built for this. If you're very extroverted which is not me. You probably would not enjoy this as much as I do. Guy Yet hopes the corona virus will help promote working from home if employers. Don't have to come in. They're not paying to commute. They're not adding to the carbon footprint. they don't have to buy or bring a lunch. It's not clear whether the corona virus will change Wasser. Strums mind about remote work. His Real Estate Company ordered loads of hand sanitizer and told employees to come back to the office. I don't believe people are productive at home at the same time. He worries about his wife. Who is seven months pregnant and commuting to her office. And we'll see how much longer we keep sending her to do that. Especially because she can meets on the subway perhaps he'll change his mind about remote work again. You GUCCI NPR news.
Cook County Jail Detainee Death Possibly a Homicide
"Sorties are trying to determine if the death of a cook county jail detainee was a homicide after he was found in his cell suffering from apparent head trauma yesterday the county sheriff's department says nineteen year old Pedro Ruiz was found unresponsive early yesterday the department spokesperson says there are awaiting results of an autopsy and the department's own investigation to determine a cause of
Chicago man, 19, found beaten to death in his jail cell, officials say
"Authorities are trying to determine if the death of a cook county jail detainee was a homicide after he was found yesterday in his cell from a parent head trauma the county sheriff's department says nineteen year old Pedro Ruiz was found unresponsive in his cell department spokesperson says the investigators are awaiting results of an autopsy and the department's own investigation to determine a cause
Boxing news: Andy Ruiz Jr reportedly considering Teddy Atlas as new trainer, famously strict coach who worked
"News broken last twenty four hours about who has parted ways with trainer manny robots before we get to anything else let's let's just talk about that for a second many robe liz takes eddie ruis to one of the biggest upsets in heavyweight boxing history just like seven or eight months months ago and now he eats his way out of contention to win the rematch way overweight doesn't pay attention to many robots and now many rogue as is is out i mean what do you make of any releases decision there well it's always the trainer's fault right i mean it's never the fighters fault that's the way boxing history as for the most part but manny rojas is a very good trainer he was very honest both before and after the fight and said hey look we warned him as we move closer to the fight get it together your weight is too high you know let's really start training take this more seriously let's go let's go let's go and and released did what he did and came in fifteen fifteen pounds heavier than he did for the first fight and we all know what happened thereafter so i it's i'm not surprised because it's the trainer is almost always the fall guy for for fighter losing i haven't heard specifically what andy where we said about parting ways with his trainer i don't know if he was unhappy about the criticism that manny robe liz offered after the fight but he was being honest and and and and we welcome that as as reporters i of course chris right we wanna hear guys tell us the truth not sugar coat everything and i i think manny was honest about it and but i think he'd light you know he likes andy and and and and clearly did a great job with him a pulled off one of the biggest upsets sets in boxing history and last june so it'd be interesting to see which direction he goes in for his next trainer but i mean this is on him
CHP: Driver intentionally rammed vehicle with 6 teens inside, killing 3 in Temescal Valley
"The CHP says a hit and run collision the Temescal valley the left three boys dead and three others injured was caused intentionally Anurag Chandra of corona reportedly rammed his car into a Toyota Prius with the six teenage boys inside causing the Prius to go off the road and crashed into a tree Chandra was arrested shortly after the crash Sunday evening on suspicion of murder and attempted murder last night about a thousand people crowded into a church in corona for vigil for the boys who died Debbie Ruiz is the mother sixteen year old Drake Ruiz one of those killed she to KTLA the series of events began with what was supposed to be an innocent prank the boys were playing Ding dong ditch I'm at
Trump administration restricts some e-cigarette flavors
"Health officials will begin cracking down on mostly Ruiz cigarettes popular with underage teens but the plan from the trump administration includes major exceptions that benefit companies that make and sell E. cigarettes in adults who used the nicotine delivery devices the FDA said the policy will not affect mental or tobacco flavors and it won't affect large tank based vaping products sold and they've shops that cater to
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Ten frown. He's still doing him like damn he's not gonNA guys. He took care that tank. You know so there are things that I'm giving. Aj Aj credit for it. He definitely put to bed rumors of stamina issues. Now I'm not GonNa say there were rumors. They were evident in the past fights but whatever he needed to do to correct it I believe he did that because he didn't look tired at all. Now this style the retailers to fight reason also is more demanding style. He's moving around the ring more so his alleged just stamina issues should have shown up but they didn't because he really put the work in he really put the work in. Because if you compare this is performance to any other performances he moves a lot more in this Andy Ruiz performance compared to any other fight he moved moved more so required more stamina required more energy for him to do that and I gotta give him credit for that. GotTa give him credit credit for that because I didn't expect one. Training camp was gonNA totally fix his stamina issues like Yesterday's fight the were weren't even shades. The weren't even shades of him. Looking tired you know and believe me. I kept kept saying like yeah. Let's is going to be able to sustain us. You know I'm looking at the rounds and I'm I'm wondering when is he going to slow down and he didn't he learnt so much you can see he would shake. Some secrets are meant to be kept. If you feel someone you know is at risk.
Joshua wins Ruiz rematch by unanimous decision
"From boxing at three jobs were completely shut down a B. Ruiz in a dominating rematch to regain his three heavyweight world title belts in a lopsided unanimous decision and now reign in the open air stadium in Saudi Arabia in June Ruiz keep in mind not down Josh will four times on a way to a seventh round upset you need new York's teddy atlas on how this rematch turned out in the first fight he got into calls with Louise and he got caught he got knocked out this time he knew exactly what to do he stayed on the outside he controlled the pace of the fight he controlled the range of the fight the Florida courts should fight as safety for his fight but inefficient fight of fight that allowed him to be once again heavyweight champ of the world he used to jam he navigated traffic he kept a very heavy very slow moving lease at bay you all night long not exciting but infection the winner easy
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Round Robin Champs. Silent killer is he looking at the screaming let me put the Ruiz smell man. So you might say I must have guy he right. I must've forgot. Look that smell the fucking silent killer. He laughed at all of us. He laughed at me. He laughed at you. You know you pick him. He laughed at all of us. That smile now is not just for. Aj and fucking Eddie hearn and matchroom in sky was for every single last one of us that continuously left about the fat guy talked about the fact guy counted the fat guy out. This wasn't just Andy Ruiz fighting for him. This was for the entire. You were all fat. Men around the world stood up all men they stood up and listen and he he ain't GonNa let us down again man. I see listen. I know it looks like your nephew. Just hey Aj so you right. and His. But I never picked again awesome. Keep real I never picked against them and even against Ruis I. It took me having a see that hand speed. It took me me having to see that a J. Just don't react right to the punch with it. If I got her hands the eating J I know what it is what I remember I recall cal. Pitcher what pitch you went to help him and Drake Jose and a slim pool chicken. I forgot believe I was fat. I think you look Kinda holding onto that person that that you would and so you see a guy like Andy Ruiz he made me believe make you believe I might go back tomorrow so now he just made me believe that if you work hard it don't no matter what you look like. He told me you know. He taught me that that Ego Danka nothing. That's that's that's Joe Shallow. Hal Baby Shower L. High told us yo. Stop Stop. Judging a book buys cover because look at me look at me. Run with is two. Oh ooh that's the whole point. We all have something wrong with our. We looked at me and we can do it. Had the body of a Greek God so we assume he was going to get it done. The only thing done is Aj supercharged coming in man. Rodney said no says Mike you should too sweet caroline for the most Taylor we got one coming in from Joseph Rodriguez Garcia's silent killers. Don't exist alright. Alright alright alright alright. Let's go out to a D. talked me. UK Zhou Ad. Going once at work. Can't talk going to Brandon Cincinnati. Good can you hear me loud and cliff. Sarah road retire. I'll bet you bullshit and get the fuck.
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Us steve williams on skype steve williams tmz on skype that one way talked to us sorry yeah we steve talk to us ness my speech i'm i'm dave eight six weeks in the chart just been listening for a minute now really enjoying the show a couple of things i want to pick up on first of all i mean you know so if you feel lost keep fighting the good fight broke second thing is joshua they quit simple i'm a big fan of his you know he's he's he's been robbed before we go from go but equally against ruiz niece right wrong had a couple of appoint swansea raise great interviews recently as well yeah a great show keep it up the last point is guys b-sample is fucking irrelevance delia my there's a one it says that he knows it's going to fail will is all about what you could when they finish their investigations until late stop shout NBC that's it fitness time yeah i'm called no problem great call don't be nervous hoped to hear you back in you know at this point the b sample doesn't matter because they gave him a fight i it doesn't matter matter anymore like he can fight without the sample so i believe on top beef samples tested is when it is asked for right yeah and he got acts for going wilbur all.
"ruiz" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Watching a bunch of these documented that's tight man that's all i got us boomerang boomerang JD man what are you going to be at that five man we need to replicate for those that don't know the person you just heard is the infamous man in the red hat ad of our reaction video that was from the beginning of the opening bell picking ruiz to win and calling calling out every single good thing that he did before we seen the good that he did so again before around three km and and i'm still like man crazy AJ by the knock this out he's like now you see what he did right there you go he bought them and dam and went down so i i would love to watch the rematch with you basically what i'm saying let's do it who we got we got to inch looks li- troy in baltimore and a booming big he's still doing good morning i've been epi thanksgiving that brother that just called in i mean i want to tell them that you know found almighty loved you so much that he kept your life in order to sunbury father and that is the order of things and yeah that's just you got some blessings coming to you in this life man because because there's a strengthen you when you very much love so that's that's all i can say on that right and everybody's you know what i want to use my former ring so you know and that's the i gotta say this about what's your what's your callers right i they said he took the rematch soon this is joshua nowadays saying he's not showing enough passion i gotta get my retiree song you now what are you from me what the road what are you all to reach you told him not take rematch actually took it because it was too so these things so now you say showing no passion going to speak on that real quick for me i did that already the entire beginning of the show that's like everything i did before the interview he ain't got enough for each work i wasn't too i i wasn't tuned in at the beginning of the that's the beauty of on demand rewind and all that good shit but so i guess what nah it can't be three minutes already oh you use your boomerang back gopher man okay okay mr nobody else got to say is one three minutes himself main t seconds all due respect that you can't be so quick to give me off because you don't like what i'm saying all the time i mean this is what i wanted to ask you this you know this is what i want to ask you when you were talking to brother and he brought louvre that you have to google or did you know who he was not playing with you this time because you have a habit of we're not knowing if it's the man demanded you know there was high no mike i don't oh mike i didn't know who do i still don't know who he is okay well do ties into the rollout i was telling you before two of them might mccollum georgie benton do a great promoter george van was a great fighter became a great trainer now wait dover and train mike and in one of his fighters might mccollum and back to you mr mom brillant isn't holyfield camp but you don't know who's georgie fitness just i'm just giving out the history because you know we i mean the next call call to stick to the subject but i'm gonna i'm gonna happy moves it's all shared second hit last night joy b. e. n. antillean if dome as only one man would would a triple raisman which is gone but in the czech matures roy is gone mike and miami what would that good weather out there might you slagging on your slip slagging on your pen i forgot i'd oh fuck it CYP without troy fuck me all that you see that i can't do this interview at the troy the only yoyo happy thanksgiving motherfuckers our big they celebrate thanksgiving they good hey i don't want to kill you off today thankful for y'all i'm thankful for thanks for the four undisputed champions y'all orange reaching catch us at number fifty i'm glad that four fifty it's real close i wanna believe the day didn't quit i'm thankful because the baby is going to go up and i bought it i'm thankful that so called it's all left the show in gaul lifted angle for me to come in and destroy and now you're calling back arguing ah i'm great at everything are doing this show anyway boomerang grunt back back because i got i got we got a big a big jim session to they've got the people coming in to work out here before thanksgiving nothing all your she starts do i'll take my advice today go out before you eat food don't go workout out before you eat away their food don't sit on you can feel better in the morning just letting the net i do wanna tell us happy thanksgiving everybody everybody on the show everybody call in stain kabura my boy jay my stone bone kid he's lender offsets and rocky rocky a real i love your argument we have real conversations after the show everybody hates me y'all don't wanna fight jogging craziness anyway mike great job supermax next to me happy thanksgiving i'll be back tomorrow to see what the apps somebody agriculture thank you for calling in i'm gonna do what i'm gonna do something on georgia's been choice i'm watching the video so i will be doing like maybe action video video george been okay nasty what happened another call hey do me let me get him i check you ready can i hear you there i don't even know sniffles so i'm assuming you ain't because we can't hear you then me you ain't did you there without a mike you're in i got muted but then i can't i can't commute from my screen right now could you could you go to the settings and connect your michael yeah no it's connected can you hear me now you definitely not connected is says i'm connected device to my the full advice vice fall is not the mike you got to look for the name your mic jabbie verkey sniffles he's in the building when you sniffing up call mr sniffles but i have no like coke cultural wait wait wait wait i think that's now you on your now i got the mic but i got no control on my screen well you'll need control you just need can you hear us so you could hear andy randy scott here you will and all i want to say happy thanksgiving to my whole TB fam- all across the country all across the world you know regardless of whatever you think about this holiday a day at the end of the day we come together we break bray and we give thanks for the things we thankful for so shot everyone bless bless this whole way missed missed his andy join i'm back i'll be back a bit give me a call i'll give me a colleague carlo we've gotta talk to say don't in your senior i'm a lot cooler metal you are knife so i'm a gonna jump in with that'd be thanksgiving man light happy thanksgiving to you almost say my boomerang for after the route we waseem senior interview the you know i was up till four o'clock this morning listen to that water show from last night man a man's game your boss quaternary saute take a chance man i wanna say much thank you an appreciation man you oughta people champion you are my champion in a thanks law you man what a what exciting week man it's straight from a lot ortiz to you know saying now we are getting ready for a releasing joshua so ali's UK callers coming out the woodwork snob also i so happy for my UK college man i don't care west on boss like man welcome back man i hope you're not tired from swim across the pine you know what i'm saying like in dot oh come with some energy you know what i'm saying for these next couple of weeks before after new josh gave knocked out again iago climb back under the ragnar hiding under but after he does get knocked out please stay with the show man you know what i'm saying our fighters are US fighters saying they don't always puerto got two three losses on his record and his last fight he made me a bigger fan of him now than i was before keep terming lost a pack you out but in that fight he made me a big fan of him than i was before his loss so i'll oh just lose faith in your fighter dist- because he lost me people lose san mayweather areas over you know what i'm saying be proud of your fighters celebrating brighten your saying just just like you supposed to celebrate celebrate people in life not waiting today daddy of nee flowers celebrate joe fighters now man and do it out they lose sucres down omeday careers over just 'cause they gotta ill that just made my gotta they gotta go back to the drawing board and improve themselves so you get to having him cruel fighter but if you wanna give him the love love and support you know what i'm saying it's just like for me artists on the stage if you ain't giving me no energy you'll get a draw show from me to you know what i'm saying so get continue to get at love mass stop stop being pussies with ship i want to have to go there with a with you know what i'm saying i pissed me off almost as much as delia white man if you're going to be a fan a fan you know saying otherwise you follow what i'm saying i'm really just running around air so i'll let you argue back to me is always say please make sure you push the thumbs arms up sheridan every episode of the box voice podcast because t. v. for life a also after all our questions yesterday negative send us questions through the superjet she didn't even get answered you know why because you don't patriotic you stupid it's out there camino they copied out eh you calling me all right so i spoke to senior he say need another ten minutes he gotta make another quick call obviously you know saw it he busy going out to steve.
"ruiz" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Ruiz died Ruiz made frequent appearances on the Food Network as a competitive chef and judge the cause of death is not clear he was forty four I'm Richard Jordan and this. W. CBM Baltimore. a cold front approaching we do run the risk for a few showers and storms on Monday which have to be the first day of fall but there's nothing falling about our high temperatures mostly clear sky overnight areas of fog low seventies morning fog Monday then clouds on the increase give a chance for a few scattered showers nicely storms are highs in the low nineties in the shower because it was the wind down Monday evening partly cloudy low low sixties sunny and cooler on Tuesday with highs upper seventies I'm Todd for weather channel operators of eighty W. C. B. M. W. CBM studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution col rod borough you today for that solution for ten to six six eleven twenty coming Saturday November ninth Gordon setter to legendary. a tribute to the eagles one of the premier yachts rock bands of the east coast house rolls. concerts the I. D. and early. Gordon center dot com. one night only Saturday night November night at seven presented by WC. radio two thirteen seventy. good evening everyone. you're in.