19 Burst results for "Tom Evans"

"tom evans" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"tom evans" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In the world of sports Beto from a sports show was with us nobody better to comment on the ills of the Tito versus other hand sanitizers man of BDO right here I would suggest sports guys know ever my gonna turn your Mike on over there may I sent Byron get the red button going thank you Tom Evans always on top sock in the fuzzy anyway yeah thank you join others works in this business showing test just not that's a sports story well he's a professional eater you know this one done no I didn't expect this hot dog eating contest twelve times yeah is that getting into the hall of fame for Tom's it'll what he's now branched out he's eating he's eating something more than just winners chest not Thursday captured New World record scarfing down thirty two McDonald's big macs in less than an hour while thirty two big macs in less than an hour that's what the guy on the radio said now he chowed down on the borders of which the meat alone totals about fifteen pounds the eating champion broke out a terrible sweat you get the meat sweats I don't know if this is the sum chemicals works I I think it's your money simply stop that's what it's saying yeah the speed which topped previous records by two big macs isn't a chestnuts only claim to fame in twenty nineteen he said out of the hot dog eating record seventy four of them including bonds of ten minutes yeah now I know you're a sports guy I would assume this is a big feed you well they don't call it competitive eating for nothing no they don't my quick math says that's one every couple of minutes or so roughly right if you're doing thirty two adults in our yep that's just wagon it there that's just an estimate but now all right let's just makes me uncomfortable even thinking about it all right we'll have a man who can eat a lot of chicken wings but I mean that thirty two it's quite a bit that's too much well the good thing about McDonald's again stay with you long enough to make.

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"tom evans" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"tom evans" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"You'll root chakra checks in with mother. Earth is it safe for the planet is ecological. Is it the right thing to do it. Then gets passed up to your sacral chakra chakra and in the sacred chakra it checks in willis provide for my needs and for the needs of the world that it goes up to your gut check the solar plexus chakra and you check is it right and the gut checkers old mind only speaks in the yes or no or go or no go hasn't language so it says yes. This is a good idea. Then then it goes to your heart chakra and the heart chakra falls in love with it and again the heart chakra doesn't speak in language it speaks in warm love cold orb bob stone cold you know so this is is feeling center you any pops up into your right brain. You start to see the big picture that goes over to the left brain and you see the detail and then it comes back to your voice box and you shout with the fifth chakra eureka so they're hold whole minds event not whole grain events sir so and that's why if you had to put someone in an amorous scanner when they have a lightbulb moment you wouldn't just see you wouldn't just see the headlining you see all the neurology lighting up and that's where we get really excited sighted about whole mind hell buddy events and it all happens in less than a second today actually grab <hes> were talking about the the idea that your mind is narcissus confined within your head but your mind is your whole body because consciousnesses across your whole body nor does your head did <hes> but also your memories or emotions in your tar foams are stored in your chaka's as well as your in dire aric bardy bharti and which is very fascinating. Thanks for sharing that with us dumped now you sort of mentioned that you're always in a state of meditation right and you're you try to being the state of floors that you're you're able to access things from beyond the wheel and from the collective consciousness so what's it like to live life in floor. What are some characteristics of a day where you're living in floor. You're you become super lucky absence. Oh so.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Three like at rice and you're right former dragon i did enter the sticker breaks building competition at the boys realize relay competition the voice nursery last week that sports i came last could live and i went to high five all the kids that was sitting watching and the none of them they just left me hanging like these year old looking at me going we didn't really hold your hand i fall radia just build a stickle breaks really tickle rix there's a loss from the past good grief i am on so i'm one this this weekend once every year miss the sixty i think i've done it veloce genes of taking few days in the summer to hang out with some scottish park run friends of mine and and run the department this year with north east pet so doing shows part one i think as a live event but we're running about fifteen part one courses over friday saturday sunday so that will be really good although i clicked last night we had this work function men can wash inland tunisia on sunday running around northeast with skulls definitely don't wanna be watching the game gonna anything panama witting annette back sunday evening typically something nice actually so reggie piano lessons local really really cool small music school in harrogate advanced music school and it's really great and she thought about year tobago says she six and he ended ago she really could ban play anything at all she was kind of smashing the keys and teach him out he's brilliant said oh you wanna play the christmas concert which main chicago which complain concerts in badly play the piano during be great and so we went on the cheap light and she paid like a ten second piece she really really loved and you know it was like ten keys me and it's really great and they did it meet enormously because what they had they had allowed the students from school and loaded teachers and they never in a really nice program with everybody's names in rosie's names in and some of them were were really musicians playing brilliant pace and some of them are completely again murdering something on violin when my doors case on piano and it was really great because then kind of five to fifty five and they were had from skill levels zero skill level hundred and it was known it was so equal it was great so you know rosie as bigger kind of clap and smile as you know amazing percents did his stuff until she's getting back getting this sunday she's playing concert she's a little bit better than she was six months ago and she's playing a little too aren't been working on for the country for weeks being great so we can vote fun isn't it terms that it is time for which these taking the event you've submitted to the event pages over beth dot com post show results listen the podium.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"In the ccc's in in you you know know i i know know have athletes heads tick and anything lower than fourth you're doing the same race again this year so obviously talk to me about you'll aspirations for this year ccc say i'd love to do and the list of athletes come out running in the favored at the moment is the couple of seriously fall i a us guys also who have have raised before then also christopher clavel who finished second in the charing world championships so the with this rate the quality of failed will be will be amazing looked to the qualitative lifted guys racing but now commands right what can i do every day to make myself one percent better so i can achieve what i want to adapts day of the apps to love to win the race however if there is someone who has had a bad to build up or has a better day on better race on the day if i can look at myself i gave that everything was good as it possibly could have been is really disciplined than the not so you can do the long bill race the more external factors they're all that you may not have accounted for and unfamiliar makes it not makes it more exciting that it is such a gamble and it's unlike unlike race on the track where that's can raise every every three weeks every month on the two to paik three maybe four times in a year go to make those performances count in go to pay pick the right races that are gonna get a seat but also i gonna piss you in bring you define it as as a as an athlete and as a as a person so then you able to to learn from each race and see what happens down the lines this is still my my second year my second year running on threats not the not the finished product just want to get as solid base count in the next couple of years to then when i do hit my him ip prime than on really able to really push limits in nc what do it on capable so we're aiming in i guess podium have great having a great race this is c and then moving onto valencia you ran two twenty six in frankfurt yeah what's the sort of goal for for valencia and that doesn't necessarily need to be a time goal in what what's the i think last year i did finished ccc did this i went straight to former molly and didn't give myself enough time to recover from the because obviously canaan excited to get straight into assault math and build up but was informers wanted to try and i ended up getting an injury a couple of weeks the full and certainly an end started way too quickly my in as i'm sure lots of people have done don't wait too excited in compete blob at the end i've said learned from that mistake citing a couple of things that i'd like to like to focus on in for valencia firstly is having a proper recovery from cc say would allow me to train hard and train fall i four zero now goes through a whole pretty much the whole races distances from five k up to the marathon in the build up just as a love racing in brings out the best in people in it's it's amazing community amazing spirit in getting to run with people on the track to love recognized how credible they are very foolishness from my training group than part with gabi great arison seriously seriously guys always got when we're doing a along web sessional running lt peyot running at ten k pace that in ways guys pushing pace and i think training is group has really helped me will continue to help me develop as the is is going and then i think for for the racist so yeah i've got a slight a couple of times in mind but the tradings go to be there i i suppose while do martha pays a twenty mile martha and pays ten pay three three and a half weeks before valencia 'and whatever announce the that's the spade louden runup say autopsy love that today to the blaze of sub two twenty on may not be at that place to run tell him not subsidy fine.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"The sussex cross country championships and things like that but it's not coming third in md s you know it's not coming fourth in the ccc bake bake occasions in trail running but that said you still got some way to go right you know i it's it's like okay of run a good first marathon for those people listening who've run marathons before and been running use somebody's been running couple years a year pap seriously you going okay well what is it that i need to do to be good for the next ten years so so what is it that you see that's gonna take you from being occa talented newcomer right two okay i am top of the game i i am one of the world's best trial runners consistently people look at me and go that guy you know look at the way he runs the things he does the races wind one isn't that you've got left to do and how are you going to do it so i think my going back company as my first instructor when i was on his his multi with basics done well and that stayed with me simpson will stay with me for for the rest of my life it's it's focusing on the small things when you little decision to make the whether that say it's a a nutritional choice if you'll if you're really hungry and you're market right do i don't pick up a crispy cream dine up or do i have an apple with some peanut butter iodated peanut butter say has an office and obvious choice for me but it's just too focusing on to me it's focusing on the small things in the biggest things will will come together and look himselves i even as a travel nothing mice sweet spots at the moment racing is of what in timewise is somewhere between six and eight hours from hundred kilometers on the flat road up two hundred kilometers all the trails k i am and having said that i still do i feel the false training say on to tease this week i'll do some running it lt pay witch with the fact software at two thousand two hundred meters will be three brandon around three fifteen to three twenty kilometer and then move on to send some long web stuff that will be i play but it just died three minutes per kilometer on the flap and it's yes just really folks basic knowing that right if i can if i can run faster on the fat bits relatively fall sta and my heart rate is what it what it should be then my fish is gonna go up when i get to a very ron able positive course cici's for jump with the twelve k incredibly run able course that could take you study five minutes or forty minutes or forty minutes or it could take you an hour and ten minutes if he can run that bit efficiently and for me it's it's focusing on fixing the quality of the trade is rather as the question done definitely runs crazy crazy minds loss of where he run significantly further in a week than i did but i think a lot of people can get tied down on the job oh this person's doing this in running this spayed and kgo eight hundred ten miles this week better go out for another running in catch up like it's it's individual thing you'll everyone's bodies work in such different way fine i'm very self critical with my with my weaknesses i'll do opposed rates in takes takes an hour we'll say with mike jonathan will look at everything and see how we can then improve going into the next build up and i think that's as bodes lick it look at what you've done and learned from the mistakes you've made never gonna make stakes whether it's going out to harpo getting fuelling jackie or the hydration strategy rome there's almost you can learn mistakes build into the future ninety seven james for fifteen months suddenly for mount dissolve i was very much a blank canvas and of yeah it had some good races twelve months i'm i think with the been turning fulltime being able to really really focus on focus on the process that i speak about will that lead to the outcomes that are lighted achieve so that a personal level and do did races run rates that i wanna run well but also shelling people that actually that it is possible to take that risk unto cheap what you want if you're willing to put the hot working so what does that look like this year last year you were full.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Moment i mean definitely opposite you were i think relatively young in as a captain that right yeah yes the majority of people who join join the army as an officer in gold santa's have been investigate on i decided in my finding school that would i want to do is to join the army and if i could do that without going to university in great so took a bit of a risk and managed to to paul selection for that yet started santa's six months after of the finishing eastern college yes so you know relatively young in in in that role in that korea kolstad if you think forward and you go classically a military career eighteen months ago you're probably thinking okay roy where am i you know win them i gonna rise up to major wet among going what am i gonna do you know what was your life plan with your military head yeah it was was was loving still do not like an entry and it was very much career fakers there are couple of jobs that i that i want to do and because i was because i was younger on average maybe some between three and four years younger than my my contemporaries so i went through with i could afford to do some of the some of the more exciting job to little bit more traveling and maybe enjoy my career rather than having to really focus on doing the jobs that would allow you to promote but yang was very focused on on my career and head says me planned the facility feature staying in the army facing on my career yeah the british it's such a great great pace for jobs that like i said there are no today's the same the jobs so varied familiar was your i could really really see myself staying in the long run and then it will i guess khanna changed little based you know it's interesting as you know i've got twenty years on you so i'm forty six and life does take up every now and again you make some decisions anything archive while we'll take a risk on that one i'm gonna take that gonna walk this path for a little bit and you got a place in yes maryland this up for those most people listen to this we'll probably know will mdis's but you applies in fact just read you had attempt mates were from walking with the wind which i know i've done some work with those guys in the past so you're in good hands there yeah it was i i don my place at the south not through the charton but decided of six months before our undoing this thing is amazing challenge a lot of my friends though that i was competing bonkers by doing it why do what was the cooling annot you know like i know so i've read okay read this of the nice bit yeah what strange cracknell watch this what's of senior that but what's the reason you wanted to do it so i think i do have been aware that and i've always really enjoyed pushing myself mentally and physically so i sunny sunny doing endurance events i did a my first ever triathlon was a nine man and those the slightly crazy things like to do more spare time and pretty did that classic google search through what's the hardest ray so what's the most was the biggest challenge to the end zone with a pop up and it is no no they did a discovery channel program in it was cool the toughest toughest race in the world whether is not is up to debate but it certainly it certainly is a huge challenge and i just wanted to what's approved myself that i was capable of doing it really put myself out of my comfort yes we kind of see what i was capable of i guess and you ended up third i mean this is in the twenty seventeen base so i end the s pitch up comes the age twenty five right yeah when you say got it it's the it's still is incredibly surreal and i think i didn't think there's didn't think that such thing is a perfect rice and i think the longer the race the more external factors there are with a multi stage race like math dissolve it almost from day one it's damage limitation won't can i do today to try and.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Feel like you know that the cyclists are going to be coming flying for these different points is is really is really special when i think that the problem with them resurfacing the roads is they've actually closed one of the the mountains today so i i managed to somehow squeeze my way fray running past one of the people who is trying to stop that's less okay they were they were friendly enough massive tool moments where he felt okay games up no that the games up no i've had my moments i had a really tough day on on stage turn to complete the end of one st in to the time trial which was five kilometers i finished we got in the car we went to the next night and i just i was just so tired in the car just just a broken man there got twenty to twenty kilometers today when and there was no so bus really we needed to get it done to to move on and probably had a couple of days moments where even regardless of this there is when i just felt ready down one die in encounter being in england or not doing this hour the struggle today i think when you have these moments and you combine them with a bad day of weather and always things is a real is a real struggling as beautiful as amazing as lots of the parts of the genu you have these really kind of doc moments where you do questions things but i'm it's not got to the point i can't i can't do this i just think it's is part of it really likes like sonus often you get nichols anything work through than any anything going on knee pain back pain things that we would expect i've got a problem in my in my court siwan i really hurt it last time when i did the run a bit lebanon's i it's just making the downhills painful the moment yep i'm with my leg lifts on the on the downhill side yeah that's that's kind of thing that's going on at the moment but i've had a few issues of my knee and various other bits and pieces of think you're gonna have ever shoes you yeah just going to do yeah really up until two days ago when my leg started to her i ten days or genuinely painfree running on something like this that's is amazing it's it's so par for the course you can have these things and when when they come try not to panic and you know tim well physio his been amazing in contact with me and calming down when those things happen so i feel i feel that that's as under control as it can be really you'll get lost you pay two things i see a lovely picture of you think it will maybe halfway through states ten yesterday perhaps the day before on the end of pun tune overlooking a beautiful like amnesty did you jump in it was a star of the day in the end of the die here i could still go back and did you beat in yeah have you have you in it i have a if you do nothing or no you're tired like just getting find somewhere to gain have a little swim and then that will be a wonderful refresher for the next carve your journey gone have a little bit i wear tomorrow if an easier itemize day dipping like an afterwards and ye shall be refreshed well he like an essay and also finally happy birthday i think yesterday thank you yeah it was a it was econ of unique birthday to wake up and run up some mountains but i'm but now spoil an england want as well so thirty thirty eight days left hopefully we're still we're still on course i'm halfway through in terms of the the mileage now so i'm thirty two days the tour starts i think in just over just tuned two and a half weeks i still watch that can go right and say much they can go on fingers crossed we can make to paris and.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Of minutes and then you're you're again which is is mentally really difficult and and obviously get into the outs which is a a huge point mind starring unite to try and get to the mountains because lots of people were saying how are you going to do those climbs gonna keep them and and for me it was i had to get there for it to be a problem and i'm really pleased that on there so i just think it's you know it's it's everything it's trying to direct where you're running to to cope with that trying to get your food and and just just be in that little bubble of trying to transfer run that distance everyday and not not full fall apart really first few days like often you'll you'll you've done this futile but you'll probably exiting the isn't it amazing doing something amazing face you know the first week or so i guess was a bit like that and then i imagine you've spent the next week or going on wall a now are you coming back into some excitement because you hit the mansions what's the general feeling camp because of course it's not just visit you you do have your your girlfriend supporting you yeah i think is is really positive is really positive we've had a few days where yeah well i've really struggled and you get to that that morning and you don't when i kind of just what to do i guess the simplest lap girlfriend's been credible to have have the support of not having to worry about anything else but run on my last challenger had so many other things to think about i'm running for this time i'm not having to think about much else apart from running and the kind of the root side of things and that's that huge but like you said you know you have the excitement at the star and then then cons of you have that little bit of a loan it's how you you with this middle section i'm out here seventy days that kind of middle ground between twenty and fifty it's no muss no man's land because you lose the excitement a little bit and then if you know you're not that close to that to the finish i have in these come into the mountains is is amazing because this the scenery and i haven't really been to the mountains before and i'm just by by what you what you see in an climbs of erin or challenge i i'm almost wanting easier to go up the nam to come down sounds but it's a real strict different pains come down which really that really enjoy the views and the the challenge of the switch or something yeah somebody different and i'm loving the fact that some of the your friends from palmer i think we came in obama didn't didn't they i they did up in amazing lucky last of ten days of had three guys for my like running club ninety one sans i'm out for bit and then my friend adam came out for bid and bill and then knows here at the moment so have been incredibly spoiled and and i guess i wanna be a high because i've had that for these for these days on the web and when no leaves on thursday i'm going to be a wearing again and it's it's hot overstate how much of it it makes people people with me and and for them to come out to give up their time to come out and help it's something that means a huge amounts of may and have you seen any tool riders wrecking the route you know what's been some of the highlights so what's been some of the solar did this moments the tool riders of his have seen of you eating massive of brioche cakes and into animals aside yeah lasted is it's been really cool we see them quickstep a couple of cyclists passed us on the decline yesterday and then today astana by out one of the guys was gone up the mountains which yet just to see to see them and and kind of what their training for so two so three riders so far and the couple's ruby which are something no idea how couple of thickly so just to kind of know the history of of that route and to.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"There was nobody there apart from he and me towards him and he aggressively stuck to fingers put me and shook them as he whisked past shouting why is she was an indecipherable obscenity i have no idea why he was so angry with me i was literally just sat there it wasn't even like on the kotei multi was driving holes in cards on a trials long route even jeremy vine was appalled by this an either cyclist himself with a camera element no the reason i am cycling more is got april this year and giant bell rang in my head don that cycling event invented when you're a bit mental last year is only three months away don't if our in box christmas dome is called wales in a day because you actually have to cycle from the north to south coast of wales in a day if you don't start training properly it rather be truly hideous or you pull out and let down your workmates deng who give me a headache that belt fail to prepare prepare to fail a lot of saying and even though i didn't feel like trading for under ninety five mile ride fifteen thousand feet of climb back in april i googled training for a long bike ride and it turns out preparing for a grand fondue or big ride as it roughly translates from italian is very similar to training for marathon you build up you weekly long ride to around three quarters of the final distance before tapering down in the weeks before the event so in this case i'm looking at a longest dried of between one hundred thirty and one hundred forty miles forty miles malone rooms for the marathon three four hours no problem but for dinner bath little snooze the rest of the day i can sit in the car park but w bridge looking for ring us long rides eight ten twelve hours days gone he could get from manchester to leeds northern rail in time this isn't the only thing to consider of cycled the pleasure mainly in spain where the roads are quieter than the drivers more considerate and cyclist greeted within a few years now but i've never really pushed effort wise once a started to wear a heart monitor i could see that was hardly working at all often being on one hundred beats a minute which is a quivalent for me of a fast walk i started cycling i wrote a bike like haroona whenever i got to the slightest hill at stunned up of mercy and at run on a bike and it was hard work because i was only getting the benefit of the down stroke so about some cycling shoes we cleats which are touch the pedals and i've been learning to use the up stroke as well as the down i mean really it's a circular motion on both legs at the same time which is opposed is why we call those classes spin about other always just propaganda if you think about the world's greatest rumors their legs have that circular motion billy whizz scooby doo road runner maybe i'm sorry i thought he was up four by four driver again i'm starting to feel like a cyclist i can now get out of clayton's without falling off the bike taylor drinks clouds of its cage without falling off the bike send a text message on the move without so i'm cycling more than i am running in night around one hundred twenty four miles with nineteen thousand five hundred feet of climb largely down to doing some bob graham recchi's gingerbread manure siegel have their attempt this week and good luck lads i cycled five hundred forty six miles with thirty eight thousand feet of kline and the payoff from all these biking is that my burning has improved over peddling as increased malek cadence may mistrial on the hills i've lost over twelve kilograms in weight for the first time in years i'm batting below twelve stone and and feeling hunger again for structured training which wants this bike events out of the way i'm going to apply to marooning as got the yorkshire marathon the great north run and the bullocks movie to prepare for i'm not trading specifically for the running events yet because i've been experiencing some new injuries which at times have stopped me from running a tightness behind the left knee tense haunt shoulders quad crump's particularly when running downhill the day after hilly ride ride and most painfully assist itis like pain in my winking man when urinating after a long ride to.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"We were in one of those great trips to finland on holiday with with us we everyone was spewing up for an entire day which we so we got quarantined and then we gave our friends the ribbons of bug so they spent a few days quarantined and then we will went home nasty says great marathon enforce finland the day was warm at twenty five thousand with sun which made things hard the first half went nice ios aiming for sub three fifty wills came off thirty six k yuki suit zipping do happy with the race like after running race in fourth place on this week's podium and the nickname word up marathon milton keynes three eighteen twenty for simon good word up not just my first ever podium but top step very pleased with that said simon tom barton a third on this week's podium the dorney lake marathon in barsha three oh to forty seven thirdplace says tom absolutely smashed it also got goodridge qualification time well done tom but runner up on this week's marathon talk listener podium and d'alene at the perth marathon in perth western australia in three oh one forty seven now i'm assuming this isn't professor and property there must be two andy lanes can you believe it to hear another crack at the sub three marathon he says and yet again i fell short and this pointed but happy with the pb a welder and three one four seven topping the math talk podium again the perth marathi in western australia running three hours and eleven seconds joan pens disappointed the my goal pace of form four minute ks lasted only ten k he says did manage to hold onto respectable pace to finish jour's that side three hours welldone john your top of this week marathon talk listener podium and only the one entry on the women's podium this week in that sarah eastern from the trump's oh midnight sun marathon in norway three hours twenty eight she ran chang of point of my twelve mouth and challenge after sustained in months on machel marathon three weeks ago the rest strategy paid off after bussing is strong in maine across line just midnight in three hours twenty eight minutes is six female good works era it's one of those ones we thought about doing isn't that trump's oh meet notch mr yeah be will be today have something to confess i never intended this to happen but have had turned suppose and i was tempted into why felt was a one off and i don't know maybe because i was just in a bit of a wrote and it was exciting and it felt good that i ended up doing again felt guilty and i was trying to stay loyal statis stray more and now i don't know if it love but now in a situation where a shame to say the i'm cycling more than i'm running i'm sorry i know i know i have gone to the job side it's only temporary i think accomplishable now there is a reason for this cycling is better than running now no no taking the peleton now is worse it's got to be worse than running doesn't it because people generally prefer runners to cyclists i mean everyone loves runner don't they and lovely could leave funloving community minded runner annoying thing that people do reuters cyclists not just kodaly not as liked another all about the opening gumbo isn't it talking about cyclists all that bought then comes the bought do payroll tax hope the road took me on my way to work can get past poses to aren't the wherein lycra shave in the legs boring all chat about gears and gradients and coffee drinking coffee and the cheats out they're all cheats about no not all of them just the teacher that caught the european and american i'll of justification for everyone was cheating oh well all right then yeah no no one likes cheat brunner's cyclists boo i was only by last sunday early on i'll say the location so anyone who knows it can identified top darvish abridge good spot for ingersoll and dogging apparently other junction with the federal road and at stopped on the quiet lane a good five meters but from the main road to look them up from the right coming from michael's field the driver of a four by four who appeared large of girth caught my attention with multiple beeps of his own and up to round and.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Is the problem for me that will determine at least two of the three members of its men's and women's maratha teams letting quite right the leash tooth six i one from each the mdc race for twenty twentynine picks the mdc race will be held in levin months prior to picks on september fifty three and nineteen winners will be named to the twenty twenty team with either the second authored placer also names the team depending on whether either has broken fast standard tour five thirty for men to twenty one for women remaining three placer we'll have to wait until march twenty twenty find out whether it be included in team will passed over in favor of someone who cleared another fast and one of the big six domestic maryland in the winter nineteen twenty i think just missed it so they say all of japan's main contenders of team will have the chance to experience it downhill star tour of central tokyo not finishing the championship race atmosphere prior to lynn begins which is fantastic we only offering hope temperatures to warm enough to approximate what they will have to face almost a year later also fantastic they should prove you on the biggest asian japanese merriman history also fantastic i just wish that if said like either latin americans top three go through let's it ball top to go through and we can pick the winner going through which is great winner going through and then the second person has to run two five t or to twenty one to go through anybody's done that so i think really each you're saying the winner goes through and we'll choose to we'll wait ages remove put the time so allusive that we we we will be forced to pick you because they couldn't amine just seems to be unrealistic does big right just decide i three you go in grad just americans dick i where you going let's it got to prepare let's go instead it's the win is gonna go but only half the winner going and it put killed it doesn't it the winners out front by twenty miles between ver they can easily when the time in the wintertime is that yeah because it's an unattainable they wanna say it's tangible but no japanese man has ever run under two five thirty now so a barely any not africanborn athlete as you want to you want to be kind of if you're watching that race you wanna be thinking you know from kind of all the way down to know sixth or seventh place you can ask for placing olympics be amazing if you even if you've got somebody three minutes up the road and they've got it with i say it's just running you are running the race of your life you gonna run to six twenty nine if you carry on fealty k you're in second place you gunning you're gonna run sub two seven is a japanese man charts artist i'm a big fan of the us olympic trials top three going and if story that's it put it on the line it's a race i think that's crazy staying with the us congregates is on mission we got this from the loses news could be could be the strain kara gangster has been recent under recently showed during a post race news conference this morning after the fulmer duluth is is delivered resident finished the garry bjorklund half marathons in the duluth news tribune the tears flowed from gach is is that they weren't because of her time one hour eighteen minutes and fifteen seconds eight and a half minutes behind course records in two thousand twelve oh because it was slower than the.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"The track and roads this year next weekend of running on the roads for the rest of this year it's been an aunt mo farah and gave them up are to go head to head the chicago mouth tat tat yes 'cause gain rutten raining chicago marathon champions a press release from the bank of america gago marathon who nance that full time olympic gold medalist six time world champion and five time european champion mo farah will join the two thousand eighteen chicago math an elite field on october the seventh this year this will be fairest third go the marathon distance in this first in the us and he joins defending champion bouma training partner guillaume rupp pharaoh rep made history together at the two thousand twelve hundred olympics finishing with gold and silver in the ten thousand meters carry ping caskey race director of the bank of america chicago marathon said mon gaylon are two of the greatest distance runners of all time they come chicago following in the footsteps of incredible runners like kelly canoe cheese emmy when jiri moses tanui paul tergat steve jones and many more these two runners have competed at the highest level i'm confident they'll come prepared for what's shaping up to be an epic show that that does make it reasonably interesting what do you think is interesting all disappointingly the next the press release say the bank of america chicago marathon will reintroduce paces into the elite competition off the breaking from the tradition of the past few years the championships thought of raising spectators enjoy will continue as as the race enters its final miles pink house he said the epic twenty ten ju between the late one zero and seagate could be the arguably one of the greatest finishes maryland history the secure underscores the importance of the tactics still exist and flourish in paced races casket event decided to transition back to paces to leverage the speed of the course to work towards setia body'll conditions top tier athletes confirmed so far so that sounds like a pharaoh rupp thing i wonder if it was so if we're going to run chicago we won't pay this is he a race led thing i go because i actually used to really like the fact that it was a true run race and farah an rob i one how much meaning and non fast time would have for them because he really you know it's got to both of them will be eyeing time robs one chicago before farah third in london but arguably would like to be running quicker so i just wonder yeah interesting nobody's pointing bay as cape again pink hausky points out the race between one year and kirby was amazing i didn't i remember that it was paced short was things exit was the yeah to share it would be nice if had had race wouldn't it you know like we've seen these coachee in boston and seen some great stuff anyway talkin of racy and championship racing this is bev an old one i think so we thought japan running news and japan of announced olympic trials and the fifteenth of june the the j f announced dayton course in american grand championship race will mg sea base for short it's new almost one shot trials rakes almost.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Caters hey here's a of me baby blue mt vest on the top of green mountain colorado week impelled afo work go kate house utterly unprepared for a run up ohno run up to the top of those mountains just that psycho i remember doing one run sometime ago i think i was about forty million meiling at one point more scrambling in a few places five hundred mil bottle of water from my hotel stuffed into my sports bra keep handsfree no catalogue pozzo's clinging to a rock act corporate atop glorious views of the rockies though there's no end of choice of stunning manage trouser rambo those bit hard on a bit higher up i'm really wanna go back for a holiday yes can work thanks kate jones strong by the way john straw mr strong what is mr strong this is my friend mr teco never that before that rather friend mr bump voted john says taking lunch united western states costs in auburn california is taken on bank on a day monday till the end of the twenty two mile run covering the final twenty two miles of the western states cost averaged about thirty one degrees during the threeday holiday weekend we cover the last seventy miles of the calls on your training weekend highly recommended and you don't need to be a new race to take part is awesome i did ask him by the way i went back to mr strong and asked him if he was doing it which he replied not this year i will be in the lottery for the fourth year in a row later this year fingers crossed just needs qualify again tonight to get somebody on the show in the south tons hundred he's doing that leftish days in pay high toma martin woma teasha on my feet running urban south africa two days before running my first comrades folks just about as cool as you get there if kind of marathon talks ib chin out sessions that would be tabby wouldn't it hello days looks like he's been on one day yeah yeah mark street the good friend who's just finished a few months of chemo asked if we could help him do ben nevis in scotland the scots would call that abroad hey and i get that anyway ben nevis scotland johnny seventy one sorry of public totally messed up and things suffering with cancer for few years so of course we said yes the last time the ben we running but this time i was slightly slower but he made it on tuesday the fifth being chilean talk about my hoodie and do the soil pose you call a customer pose i believe i'm at several marathons who had done edinburgh this year and as they had shirts on your show came up in conversation with walker that's awesome leg pose it's day he's in nice catalogue pose well done world mark for nice catalogue funds that before we move on to the news hour new maratha taught run allegedy is available it's a few punter runner that's are you and dot co dot u k you'll be able to then follow the link for the men's and women's marathon talk runner t shirts and the hundred percent cotton tea was designed by sarah at art of your success.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"It so it's not your first marathons masson but is your first time to africa that's right so couple years ago twenty sixteen i i did a number of marathons and as part of combined i raised money for the outside mississippi i five marilyns over the course of the year and was so grateful enough to receive around about four thousand pounds and fundraising so that went pretty well so yeah no excite it's a it's a phone right again but probably have too little bay bill o bit more innovative about you know how i go about raising to to to raise the raise the money for that but it'll be my first time in africa so really excited to go in somewhere new incredibly conc kanye looks beautiful looking at the is so yeah incredibly together in check it out me last year we went for the first time and it really was an incredibly life in rich ing in haunting experience and in the ways that you think you know this trip is spectacular but not because now you're gonna go and and stay in mazing hotels and be really well looked after all of those things really well garda but in a different way you know you get to see some stuff be really honest some of the stuff i saw last year maybe feel uncomfortable but at the same time the people were fantastic you know the running was studying around korito the race date self is believed fund the session on the track which which we did with a group of kenyans last year was fantastic and we're hoping to do all of those things again what is it that you think you're most looking forward to track session the sound interesting i'm gonna get find out a little bit on that one some people had never run like honestly like never set foot on a track before this is the first that the little bit and people like you know what i am absolutely scared no really worried about doing it it turns out is such a wonderful thing to do in your own pace you have have a crack it's not like the intensity that we might sort of perceive as is good fun yeah yeah i think i mean the marathon itself on being a few before so i'm kind of looking forward to the part that is not going to be probably not a pbs and just get to enjoy anything else it's the previous ones i've done solve you know had been in his own a little bit and try to go for it as this one there will be much more about enjoying the experience and just being in the moment and you know just just having more than anything else which mayor have you done before so the london edinburgh did wales meyerson trail marathon in northern ireland on the causeway coast and then doug lynn was the with the last one in twenty sixty and and then last year actually the beach she had marilyn as americans back closer to home where my parents live in east born so you know i i do do the one that's local to them yeah and so for me the trip last year was was absolutely fantastic not like the type of time effort you know i think like five maybe five twenty something like that so long a long day on eighteen course and i think it's going to be similar venue this year's you're just in for such a great time such time really looking for its on training well stay tuned to the show became to meet you're looking forward to seeing you if not if not before we we probably have have trading day beforehand and june t for people to get together and and meet each other before we all had to to korito in kenya for this year's five talents kenya impact marathon it's on the fourteenth the twentieth of october i think there are still small number of places available at five talents dot org dot uk if you wanna come with me.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Have a high i finished the session having to walk home walker didn't run for five days all i need to watch this tried a little run couple of days ago then tried another run and it was all right and then tried another run day after that and it was yo cave but not quite where i wanna be so i think i have to spend this week this week building up again which is disappointing as i'd run eighteen twelve at upton park ride the previous week and as building building building and then tell me about mystique t shirt competition 'cause i missed the show last week of lined up for when i can actually listen to crinkly sarah sometimes you listen to podcasts as he's here was a brilliant opportunity to win steve ways sweaty comrades so a sweaty comrades west in runs for nedbank yep and we had to predict his time will we didn't we we had to go and lots of you had to go trying to protect steve ways finish time and yet finished position and pete sutton we announced on the show last week was the winner and we got no so yeah it was gonna get a sweaty sweaty vest in the post but interestingly he did email us and he said just listen to this week's marathon talk as well as the also interview steve way i heard i'd won the competition guesses place comrades said i'm sorry i robbed him of eight seconds i should have had more faith because of his guests was eight seconds slow easy he says i'm excited to have guests closest feel just a tiny bit involved in his story pete goes onto say i've been listening to marathon talks since two thousand thirteen start of my math in journey steve soon became a massive inspiration to me in no small part his achievements the cause of my current tally of thirty marathons three ultras and i've got three math one to align that for june and july two one day i hope get to comrades myself and if you do you are going to have the fastest vest on as an older runner starting later in life he's given me all steve he gave me hope that i can achieve things ever thought possible whereas cartman a six minute mile for one mile let alone ninety kilometers per have some smaller jeep like a recent fifty win a trail half and win a hero marathon admittedly this movie old sixty early race uturns up that's right none of that happens without encouragement from friends family club interviews and stories on math into orca hope steve realizes what different tika make to us models just by doing what does giving us the inspiration to dream of greater things i like this i met steve at a pervert marathon in two thousand fourteen and despite me being a bit of a giddy fan boy he was really friendly why feel when i'm with you and chatted and let me have a selfie generally believe is success couldn't have happened to nicer bloke true thankfully email and so i'll make sure steve what she's the best i next up on the show you may remember that a while ago we ran a competition to win a trip with five talent and our selves and impact marathan series and we we were winning we're running a competition to come with us to kenya for a week and after loads of entries ing in going through them so wonderfully we have a winner and that is graham hunter and graham is joining us on the show right now tomorrow's into graham thank you thank you for having me your welcome so you enter the competition with five talents and glorious brands to win the trip and you want it excited i did with it yeah i'm i'm incredibly i think it's probably the first thing i won actually so yeah no i'm not slightly delighted to have won and yeah in incredibly excited about the trip it as soon as i heard you guys talk about it on the show it was something that i media look into on the website and yeah what is positive so i am i signed off an thankfully i was lucky winner yeah i it's great i'm so thankful to five talents forgetting people to louis brands for support in this competition view for winning but one of the things you had to do apart of the competition is say hey you might raise some some money for the trip and.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"A i'm a fan of russia in in because we've got paulin events in russia twenty four i went on over there a couple of years ago it was just an amazing place with wonderful wonderful people and gets a bad rap i think poorly understandably many ways in through the government politics whatever it is i'm a firm believer but where we are in the world people people in general people a lovely and wonderful when i went to visit part one in russia i just had the most wonderful time we must wonderful people and it's great to see russia being being shown to world sports not through the lens of a totally nation like because normally that's what we've seen isn't it yes you you get perception on because we cover athletes but also across across yeah 'cause tiny minority not even tiny minorities such a number of regardless of unit every single elite russian athlete in history has doug which of course they haven't even if they had it still a miniscule fraction of fraction of a nation and the vast majority of people are absolutely wonderful lovely is a great country is lovely seeing it looking so splendid on television every day and kind of a nice idea inquiry a record attendance parliament mushroom the weekend slow tourists in lots of people over for the world competent an an meeting local learning communities real running communities to yes actually get something russia did not see what's the football england guy last night we had a were to tell you why did which was the first time but i did watch football but i'm i'm putting the kids to bed and of course in my hand is that slightly chaotic ms is that lizzie is on ethics like is i on monday night she's does university course so it's me but in the case of edges brilliant but is likely crazy 'cause we just been down to the boys new school there was funny because according to the new parents with their with their children on the sleep walking around the new school though school for their kids nervous i bowled up with the boys and ruby and there's like trumpets i could hear the teachers take a sharp intake of as left they ran boys ran around for a bit are picked up by needed on course on new couldn't stay but as i left the went see soothing i went good luck we got back over put the kids to bed and really was in bed she said that it's the football sure well i picked england in my school raffle drooling drago they did a drawer for who's gonna win she says englander my team i picked them and if i win i get some primes she said kenner watch it she's impediment she's embedded the time who said a thaw normally you go no much airbag myra so i said come on and she got pat bed she came downstairs and we sat on the side of the football last autumn and she got really excited of course because you had a feeling of she knew nothing tools didn't even know which way they were supposed to be shooting because she's not really into about you over the inter sports inter channel every time awesome good i've been running as well guess what session i did go on sabaj don't get carried away six times three minutes we know is the standard classic session and as you know building to it four times a couple of other narrows progressed four times three minutes of the weeks ago five times women it's build on that and then last week i did six or and the reason build up to it because i really wanted to commit and do it well so it was a breakthrough session actually iran pretty much each of the reps at all under five thirty mining could land apart from launch partner last minute on the last one where my car went pop it was it was really annoying to instead of finishing the session on yes they.

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"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"tom evans" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Hundred twelve hundred eight hundred four hundred two minute covering so me and my mates jake and rowen went outside the canal gym work chewing on channel late in today's good is good off like a number in the first one the lead the full canals for quarter mile markers on which is great so you can to do any lawn as long as it's made up of cool miles in some way you can pay me well so you can do we went out three miles off miles out we went out three miles stops ten round then we did a mile tuneup goverry three calls while recovering how small to make colton up i went off like a number in the first four hundred meters i call mile of what you pay that school to the talk in my head who's to try and start quicker than five k pace and then get quicker because less than five with plenty of recovery and the reps get sure to my head my five k places by sixteen target cut the pay sites run so i kinda thought if i can start around six ten or sixty mile and then just gradually get quincy red takes me be great i went off went through the first cool modeling one twenty three like a like a house gonna diesel like a passion which is sat fourteen five eighty patients and i believe be here but you know it was very wealthy while but you know it's like when you go through the play and you just really sixty seconds of just ruined the next team minutes of my running life yeah i mean the putting me in no fetches five k session i did a thatcher in the first the first mile went backwards i think six or nine so hung onto the target pace by the end but it slowdown rapidly but then there's a lot at six or nine and then i think i did something like six seven pace for the twelve hundred about five fifty eight pace under and then about five four five pace for the four hundred call mile so that's good i like the fact so sometimes what we do in in training is is we never really run the first part of the work to make real breakthrough in in in the work at so you tend to think the whole world i know people upon about getting consistency across the whole work at right so we'll do this first bits make sure i can run the last one where and that kind of stuff and if you really commit as you did even when a bit south to you first to you first rapper particularly and intercession you really commit the way you know you're getting fitter as time progresses is when you really commit subsequently and instead of falling apart in the rest of the work you're able to deliver on it you know that's i remember liz used to do this all the time she should go out and i think what you do just detonated it's bit like she used to race you know run the world cross country championships and believing after the first four hundred meters are we doing but actually with with with training commitment there sessions arrive where you go okay i've gone at that kind of speed and events to hold onto it is working absolutely absolutely right next to that session i'll try and go through four hundred call mile ima same pace and with the team no bit fitter and hanging onto hoping more upping it follows named having kids we just had a father's day we went for ice cream in washington phil we watched film oh and that's cool but range or that and i said well i'm loving war and every one of these loving people i didn't actually watching game last night because at a work commitment that bent like couldn't but i'm loving football because because of got i'm.

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Joshua's Trail

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Britain ‘considering rival’ to EU Galileo satellite project

"Committee says it found no evidence that the trump campaign colluded with russia in the two thousand sixteen presidential race which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing it's a witch hunt the president was eager to embrace the panel's conclusions it was totally conclusive strong powerful and he suggested examining the clinton campaign's role in russian meddling so maybe somebody ought to look at that democrats don't agree with the committee's finding arguing that not enough evidence was gathered greg clugston the white house the parents of a terminally ill british toddler who's case to attention for pope francis and others around the world say they are heartbroken their saunas died kate james and tom evans said on facebook that twenty three month old alfie evans who had an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment passed away this morning it ecoli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is sick and more people in more states the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce invest gators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington a slow day on wall street to end the week on friday with the dow down eleven the nasdaq was up one point more from townhall dot com you know you can get tremendous pain relief benefits with relieffactor without any of the negative side effects.

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Capitol Connection

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Acidic oceans could slow coral reef growth by a third - Science News

"To take him to italy for treatment was backed by the pope and the italian authorities antony zara reports doctors at all the hey children's hospital in liverpool said there was no cure but alfie parents tom evans and kate james fought a number of court cases to try to prevent them from removing life support after alfi's life support was withdrawn on monday he survived for five days now fees father posted on facebook this morning to reveal the knees that his son had died he wrote mike gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at two thirty we're absolutely heartbreaking scientists working to save the tasmanian devil from extinction have discovered a healthy population in the remote southwest of the audit more than eighty percent of the carnivorous marsupials have been wiped out in the past twenty years by the deadly devil facial tumor disease boss the fourteen devils found trapped around the wreck bay and ny area or all healthy abc news oh i'm ed butler and welcomed in the balance the world service program that examines the biggest stories from the world of business and finance and looks at how they affect us all they didn't come to much bigger than this week's theme the business of climate change the efforts old business and governments to manage the shift from fossil fuels coal gas and oil and so on to renewable sources like wind solar and hydro plus a whole host of other technologies and sometimes a bewilderingly complex world of goals targets treaties but the key thing according to the international energy agency is currently the world is not shifting fast enough away from fossil fuels towards renewables haney bihar is a project manager on renewables with we need to do more in order to accelerate the increase in shero renewables and energy consumption in order to be in line with seven goals please the sustainable development goals.

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