18 Burst results for "United States Olympic Team"

"united states olympic team" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Us went undefeated an olympic games so we never lost. So that is the weight on your shoulders. Every round even during the pool. Play and then when you get to the quarter-finals. We play team australia. Who beat us a month before. And you don't have that repeat failure. And i'd say failure because a lot of people when we lose his failure is gold or failures. So you're carrying weight into the quarters if you don't win the quarters you can't metal can't get to the medal round and then once you get to the semi's you can't lose or you can't you can't get to the gold medal round so didn't enjoy the journey but i'm enjoying it right and you should by the way in the history of this show coach's the first person and i love this being a dog lover who who brought her dog to the set whether he's behaving he's behaving what less a chance to do but i'm curious. Though as a player you feel a level of pressure. I'm sure but it. You do move on and a part of the team as a coach in you. You wanna win for south carolina you've won and loss but is it. How different is it. Being the head coach of the united states olympic team. Does it feel even even more suffocating. It is is. It's a it's a lonely place to be because only you.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on Fore Play

"And has a family and move them from germany to america and he has a son zander and he has another son would sanders brothers. Name nicholas awfully and they are starting to take on their dreams and their aspirations. they become golfers. And what would would you know it. That zander sharply somehow qualifies to be on the united states. Olympic team takes his dad to the olympics and out of all the people that performed in the olympics. Zander shaath lee won the gold with his dad by his side fulfilling his olympic dream. Be making it into a reality. How fucking awesome is that story. It's the best story at the olympics. I learned that much of the story. I love it because we talked to stefan. And he's such a centric amazing person. I never knew anything about this. He had eight like is surgeries he could be like. He had a fucking life altering crash by a drunk driver on his way to pursuing his dreams. Imagine being decathlon. Athlete is a decathlete decathlete. And then just like someone else taking that away from you. that's just fucking crazy and then you have offspring. You have a baby that ends up winning a gold medal of all the things to do in life. You could've been an accountant. He could have been doctor. I was screaming. Because i heard my michael extreme sales guys laughing at me you could have been a sales guy. You could have been a fucking lawyer you. Could've you could've been a judo. Slicer uncle zippy's and he's you could have been anything trashier electrician cashier. He was a gold. Medalist winning fucking athlete. What are the odds of that guys. Look all it's an awesome story. I love it. i just don't love it as much as you love it. I love it. I thought i thought. I thought i thought it deserved a recap. I thought it was a really good. Recap which i think. You painted a story pretty. Well we're going to find zander's brothers name and then that saved the momentum for sure no doubt were the nineteen ninety-six catholic. I didn't Mr kardashian whoever did he win. The catholic caitlyn. Yes mrs that's Caitlyn jenner formerly bruce. Jenner yes. I don't know if that was was that his year. I don't know he women's decathlon. And i believe that was a sport. No i don't because he was like the iron man right like he was like the greatest olympic athlete. That like the united states had ever seen at that time. Eighty six actually does ring a bell. I've seen like the wheaties box. My uncle paul does. The ironman stuff goes to hawaii every year. Unbelievably impressive with those people do have ironman. Even closer decathlon stuff irons. Different wire man swimming. Seventy seventy six as good as that. Zander story is and i agree with you. That don't feel like it's got nearly enough putts. It doesn't it does not get into that type of story is what the would golf needs in the olympics to like to give it to kill. That's the headline that gets eyeballs and people get excited about and bob costas is sitting there. Double pinkai talking about just like he's ryan spoken is out about stefan's sitting there..

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KSR

KSR

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KSR

"She's not going to do the individual a thing either. You know. I feel sorry for me too. I mean first of all you train your whole life for this moment. I mean people who are saying bad things about her. Can you imagine how tough it must be on her mentally if she chooses not to play like think about hard. I mean you've worked your whole life for this and like you're there and you can't go because of a mental whatever like that's gotta be that's gotta be worse for her than any one and the other thing is i just. I do not understand these people who sort of get off talking poorly about mental illness. Like i thought we were past that. Didn't you know she. She's been the face of the united states olympic team for four years enough to this for five years. She has been the poster child. Of course she's gonna feel all that pressure. And i hated that coach. She gave what she said something like when she went on the vault in the middle of the vault like her mind just went blank and that's why she didn't finish it and kind of stumbled and she was worried. She may hurt herself because she wasn't mentally there enough to complete do as a starting point. She doesn't know anybody anything she doesn't like what really makes me. Mad is a lot of these people that criticize them their political commentators. Who just want to make a political point but the other thing is can they even name. Who's on the gymnastics. You do clay travis. And they don't care about gymnastics like when we go off the air. I'm sure he'll lead with that. You don't care about gymnastics. You just want to just criticize this. One don't care about it. I mean like can you live another place exactly. Nobody knows and why not have some empathy for you know. I mean mental illness for the people that deal with it is can be crippling. It can be absolutely crippling. And i don't understand why people can't have empathy for and two what about having to look at the world and say i'm dealing with mental magic hard. That would be true. Just sit there and have to look at the entire world and say i'm dealing with mental illness. That would be. I can't even imagine having to do that. And she's what this is a woman who was sexually abused by her doctor. Dr olympic doctor and yet she comes out and tries to do. You should have nothing but sympathy for that woman in. If you don't you should just shut your mouth like why do you think looking at these. You know i sent a tweet. Saying i felt sorry for some of these old men talking trash about her. What if that was your daughter. It would be what i would say to some of these. What if it was your daughter. What if your daughter was going through this and another old man said it about your daughter. You think you'd be i with that. No if they called your daughter a quitter or that one do. Charlie kirk cholera sociopath. Like you'd wanna go punch him in the face and then you go and do it. I just i don't i..

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Am out of my mind the pressure of getting to work today unreal and I'll get to that in just a second. But first, are we ready for the big set up here at 7 20 w g N Welcome to the John Landeck Irwin Oasis Restaurant Travel Plaza Putt Putt program. Here at 7 20. W G N Okay, Good. Alright. You know when I commute from Indiana. And everyone when they hear that goes well, you know, what's that traffic? Like? Do you have a problem? I don't know. No, never have a problem because, you know, traffics going the other way. Usually and besides, listen to the traffic reports he knows sometimes just getting from downtown out to O Hare. Can take well over an hour and and on the, uh and and and began, Ryan and all of them. You know, during the rush hours, it can be in the morning and heading out in the evening. It can be well over an hour, right? Well, when I come in, it's never that way. Except today. Oh, my God, I am telling you Uh, Mary was given to traffic all afternoon and She was right on. I knew I was heading into it. There was I felt helpless. But I have never seen Such a backup. Ever and I was going to try to come into the station little bit early to do some work. And I just sat out there for a while until I made a move and I was lucky to be At an exit. And then when I got off at the exit Everybody else that was getting off at that exit was going one way and then that was backed up. So I didn't go that way. I went the other way. Man, I'm sweating, So it's not just the humidity. No. And so you know, I had that Waze app and I knew where I was going. More or less. I know how to get around that part of Indiana because The tollway 94 all parallels with either what you call the Dunes, Highway or Route 20 or 12. Depending on where you are. So if I've been paying a little more attention before I started out I probably wouldn't have Put myself under Extreme pressure trying to get everything together because you know, I prepare for hours. It may not sound like that. But I have many things that I need to do. I'm a very busy person. By the way, I didn't tell Tom, my producer, I have a new name for him. It's never, boy. Yeah, we're retiring. Uh, good old. What's his face? That's nice. We're retiring. Your real name, Tom. Huh? Okay, And you're now known as Tom Foolery. Mhm. That's him. My producer Tom Foolery. I like it and you know what? It will probably change in a week or so when I get bored with it, because that's the way I am. I don't have a I really have a problem with Attention span. Glad to know that my name means that much to you. It does. It's you know, literally, Always somewhere on my mind who sang that song was that Was that Willie Nelson? You're on my mind. Yeah, Something like that. Dear Casey, You're Yeah. You're my Willie Nelson song. Gentle on my mind. That was Glen Campbell. I think yes, I don't know. I got my mind. On you. That was George Harrison. Then there was the band Simple minds. What kind of free association is this? Are we doing an exercise? Does this second C? Yeah, about it, huh? Yeah, I can scat man. Others are coming up better. 7 30. We're going to keep it all in the family, actually. Tom's cousin. David is a member of the United States Olympic team. He will be running the 400 M hurdles. For the U. S. Of a And we're going to talk to him after 7 30 he's still in the United States. But we'll get him before he travels over to Japan. Then at 8 30. I have to have my fat my fingers in a certain I have to use my arms to say the Italian name. Johnny Lorenzo, Freddie. That is who is going to come on. He's an Astro photographer here in Chicago. So he's in Chicago, and he takes these unbelievable pictures of outer space. How does he do it? Because every time we talk about seeing anything in outer space, it's always like, make sure you're away away from the light of the city and go somewhere where you know the the city lights won't interfere with your view. So we'll talk to him. Mhm and then Dan Feinberg from the Hollywood Reporter will be with this after nine o'clock. The Emmy Awards came out today. I know that you've heard All day long. The Emmy Awards around, I realized that But you know, nobody else on this station has a son in law that was nominated. Yeah. So I got that going for me. Mhm, the the John Land Becker Animal House would be comes up next. She goes W G. Right now. Our country feels divided. But there's a place where people are coming together. I was nervous to talk to someone so different than me. Me to love has no labels and one small step are helping people with different political views. Beliefs and experiences connect through.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Example if you're training for the united states olympic team and you have signed the paper saying that while you're at the training facilities you are not going to consume any anabolic steroids and that. You shouldn't take them either when you're not at the training facility and we're going to test you for them fewer to go on social media and boast and brag that you're not in your capacity as not as an athlete but you're identifying as an irregular average market at that point you're not at the training facility you don't have your training close on etc etc but you're taking the steroids for private body going to get kicked off the united states olympic team. And no one's gonna bark about it. Sure play kind of no. It's not also. Since i had occasion to read part of the majority of opinion. This is just incorporation doctrine. Nonsense here this is deceased god risks. Oh stepfather would say pure. Laziness pure laziness what it does tell us that conybeare and cavenaugh are going to vote every single time with the majority if they cite out the did. I was arguing a little yesterday with just not really argue. We're going back and forth. i'm like dude. You keep talking about this link ace and then all this is based on the link or case if lanker is meant is legal mana sent down from heaven. What if lanker was decided wrong..

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Several years, has been quite as qualified for the New Zealand team as a weight lifter. Now it should be pointed out that this when, when this person identified as a male as he was born, a male But he participated and competed at that level and did not even come close to qualifying Mercedes for an Olympic team now at the age of 43, identifying as a female and the average age for the actual biological females who weight lift is about 23 20 years older than your average biological female Now this person, Laurel Is an Olympian for New Zealand. And there's a handful of people who are crying foul, including one Belgian weightlifter of female born female weightlifter who says no, This is just pure biology. It's pure science. It isn't fair and the Olympics are supposed to be fair. Well, let me ask you are going to watch the Olympics. Yeah, I like the Olympics. Okay, Good. So here's the deal. First of all, Laurel Laurel Laurel Hubbard. She actually won the silver. In 2017 in the world championship. I'd love to know who won the gold in that world, right? Right. So, you know, I think that all eyes are going to be on her because the reality is if she's able to outperform all these other Biological women competitors. It's going to raise a red flag. Now let's remember the International Olympic Committee. They've set guidelines so it's in the guidelines are. What's your level of testosterone? I don't want to ask you, Larry. Personally, When your level of testosterone kind of a personal question person I'll tell you about right, right? No, no, you're right. But apparently she qualified because her level of testosterone is In that range. Whatever that range. Maybe many people are pointing out, though, that that's not the only thing. Listen, you can put testosterone blockers on at any time in your life, and it will lower your amount of testosterone and by the way, the the limit that the International Olympic Committee has put on this in terms of okay. If you want to compete as a woman, you have to have a maximum of this amount of testosterone. It's still head and shoulders above. What a biological female, Uh, creates naturally testosterone wise. Number one number two. This person went through adolescence and trained for decades as an adult male. So there's residual muscle there from their training as a man identifying as a man with all the testosterone surging through his body, and now just because, well, who knows why, uh, that it's inherently unfair that they're identifying as a woman. By the way, we don't even have to wait for this person to actually do well at the Olympics. It's already unfair because somewhere in New Zealand, there is a biological female who, without Laurel Hubbard, competing as a woman would be on the Olympics team, and so that person has been excluded, and it's not fair to her. No, But, you know, I think that we're going to have to wait and see what happens. I think that what you're seeing is that the liberal media There's a silence coming from the liberal media. And I should say, you know, there's no celebrating Mercedes. No, there's there's no sign of. Yes, that's right. They're celebrating, right. You're right. So I'm so I'm so used to conservatives being silenced. I just used that word every day. But But what I'm saying is that the liberal media they're celebrating this. This is like this is fantastic. They're letting the transgender compete. I mean, don't you think there should be some sort of study or some sort of analysis coming out of the International Olympic Committee? To say, Well, maybe we come up with categories for transgenders to compete within the transgender community. I mean, I think that that might make it would be more fair. Suppose it's just such a small wedge of our population that number one identifies as transgender and number two could qualify at any Olympic level. I mean, what are we doing here at this point, but and number three. We don't have to wait for a scientific study. It's common sends. So wait. Do we see any of these transgender women? So the witness Sorry men, so the ones that were biological women. Now identify as male and then right And now they identify as male. Are they competing in the mail? Sports? Have we seen that phenomenon have not On the Olympic level. There's some in high school sports. Sure, but not an Olympic. But here's the bottom line. If you're a biological woman, you know we have a W N b A right. There is nothing stopping a biological woman from competing in the NBA. If they have the skills and they're able to compete in the NBA, they can. They just don't have those girls The best player on the W. N B A would not qualify for the NBA. They are not as good as the worst player in the NBA. The best female golfer. In the L P. G cannot compete in the P G, A and hit from the same teas that the men do. The the least qualified, least athletic, least effective male golfer is still better than the very best golfer on the LPGA. That's just the reality. Let me tell you something. I think if you and I get on the tennis court court, I can beat you, Larry That's true, but we are not professional athletes. Well, I'm just saying, I think it be kind of fun. I would I'll take you up on it. By the way. The United States Olympic team also has the controversy of them own in this regard to transgender athlete in the BMX freestyle bike riding competition a alternate, but that doesn't mean they are officially a part of the Olympic team for the Americans. Has deleted a post that was on Facebook a year ago that said that there Chelsea Wolfe is their name and Chelsea Wolfe really wanted to be on the Olympic team because their dream was to get on the Olympic podium. And burned the American flag. And many people are saying even though Chelsea is an alternate, they do not deserve the right to represent this country with that kind of hatred. Uh, this one really, really bothers me. More so because.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"The shanin agency. Here's tanner swint. Good thursday morning or the colorado. Welcome in it is thursday right at this point in the four day weeks that it's like why does this week feel longer than other weeks. Even though we've only been you know this is the third day at it right. Math math is hard this early in the morning. Thanks for being with us. I m went. This is the article especially studios rank. Kelly during the production work for us as always happy to be with. You day. the lineup. Today's guests can look a little different Then then what we normally see thursday miles. Boom heart is out on vacation He's down to mexico. Actually so good for miles definitely definitely jealous of that but mayor. John gates greasy of greeley mayor. John gates will step in at nine. Thirty five get an update on what's going on around the city as as things open up What did they sing from. From their side of the city of greeley government buildings and things like that We'll talk with john gates about all of that. Then mike. we'll get fired. Up with. Mike moore is in the second hour. It's going to be going to be a fun show. Obviously we'll get sports. We're all a little bit of a big game tonight. I don't know if you've heard but game six of the round one playoffs for the denver. Nuggets the portland. Trailblazers happens tonight as well. So we've got all of that to get to an much much more. Let's start first with news. Four northern colorado starting first with unc assistant swim coach former greeley west graduate. He's the state champ. He will be competing at the olympic trials. That's right This piece by jaden watson fisher out of the out of the greeley tribune brody lewis hired. This year is headed omaha nebraska to compete for a place on the united states olympic team. He brody says. I'm super excited to finish my swimming career at such a high level. Meet lewis said in a news release. I'm grateful to represent. Unc and the city of greeley at the olympic trials lewis will compete in the one hundred at two hundred breastroke after qualifying events in twenty twenty due to the covid. Nineteen pandemic to. Tokyo were postponed until this summer. Always cool to see those those local stories make that and and who knows you get out there and maybe you have yourself a day and all of a sudden. We've got a local greeley kate in the olympics. He told the tribune in january. This will likely be his final meet before retiring from competition. He said for me. It's kind of that victory lap cherry on top in two thousand sixteen. I missed the cut by seven. Tenths seven tenths of a second. I was a senior in high school at the time. So it's been a goal of mine for a lewis said at the time it's something i can't pass up because a lot of swimmers swimming at that meat is their career highlight so he is going to go and try. It doesn't sound. He sounds like he said either. Way right if you qualify as it might just be the cherry on top. He did go to college at university of utah. He's the nc double a. b..

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Who cares about anything else. When you've got rick tittle on the radio Bless you and welcome back to the show with you and we're coast to coast. We're boarded the border and around the world on a and tuesdays. We always love checking in with our good friend. Bruce marshall he runs the gold sheet down there in lost wages. For all your very intelligent sports prognostications check out the gold sheet and the gulch dot com. What we do with bruce on tuesdays as we talk a little hockey and bruce last week spoke speaking of the united states olympic team. Getting ready for twenty. Twenty to the blackhawks. Gm stan bowman has been named general manager of usa hockey and the wild gm. Bill garin will serve as the assistant Gm and We definitely know what and did as you know in charge of the hawks. When they won three cups. We remember his dad. Of course member garin who rose up As a player Well but this'll be the winter olympics. Be the first time that the nhl players have participated since since two thousand fourteen in two thousand eighteen. Of course it was College players and ahl players and players playing professionally in europe because nhl nhl pulled out. So is this the kind of thing where you think at doesn't really matter because canada's just gonna win any way are as an american. Are you a little bit excited. Yeah sure you wanna see you'd rather see. Nhl plays there. I guess so i didn't. I don't begrudge that. They don't want to participate in the olympics. I've got a lot of problems with the whole olympic thing a lot of problems but i think It's actually you know visibility standpoint. In fact it it would calling back to twenty four team in two thousand ten did It provided a little break in the middle of the season there and I thought that was sort of a refreshing break in and it was actually pretty good high. I mean twenty. Ten is one of the best hockey tournaments ever member. You didn't say craze in twenty fourteen twenty tended over to the final were canada awaited in one but it's not just the us teams With you know players in from the nhl. It's from all over the world. So you know. Canada the certainly there in the teams more overseas as well. So it's probably good. I actually kinda like just because of the schedule break. It also means that will probably start a little bit sooner In the fall then we normally get although you know we'll see how the stuff goes but normally that's what's happened in the olympics in recent years. When you've got any participate well i wouldn't be doing my job as a radio host. If you said you had a lot of problems. And i didn't ask you. What are some.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To celebrate your commencement your graduation incredible what are you thinking about today what's going on in your mind are you excited are you proud are you nervous I hope one of the things that you are is thankful and they're people that have put you in the position you around today as a graduate you're the primary person who's put you at and you will always be the primary purpose in other words you're the one who's responsible you know what there are people who have helped you I can remember a long time ago when I graduated from the United States military academy I was sitting there in my uniform I was thinking how did I get here I was proud but then I started thinking back of all the people who impacted me and the one person who stood out was my mom my mom I had an eighth grade education never went to high school and you know what she was a cleaning lady in downtown Chicago she was wise and remembered a couple things that she said to me that really I'd like to share with you because they've been relayed the foundation for for me for my whole life I went to Catholic high school on it to go on a bus in the night before I was going to school she said Michael and whenever she said Michael I knew there was something that was very important that you wanted to say am I was a little bit of a wise guy you're fourteen years old and inner city yeah I said my what what and she is set down Michael and services yep tomorrow make sure you're on the right bus and semi final Damon Armitage Armitage terror I can take the vision of grand then I know my way around the city and she said that's not what I'm talking about and I was a little impetuous and has supported talking about and she said tomorrow you're going to meet a lot of new people you're gonna start driving your boss and different neighborhoods and you're going to drive your bus for your entire life make sure that you put good people on your bus and if you get on someone else's bus make sure they're good people if they are then they will help you go to places that you will not be able to go along she is right I've done that my entire life and that's something I would ask you to do hang with good people to be with good people there's a greater chance of you winning if you're with good and obviously if you're with exceptional and then a few years later here's that eighth grade education coming in today and I'm trying to make a decision on where I want to go to college as a all state basketball player and recruited I was not even thinking of going to the United States military academy and they came out and I don't want to go I didn't see myself being an army officer that's not what something I imagine and I turned it down and for a couple weeks my mom and dad they would speak in Polish when they were talking about me and my brother bill they would say something in Polish and all of a sudden there be stupid and then Mike so I knew they were talking about me not in glowing terms finally that ethnic pressure got the best of me and I said okay I'll go and I call it the best decision I never made four years later when I was sitting in your seat and Mikey stadium at United States military academy at west point I was there because my parents believed in me they wanted something better for me and you know what I was smart enough even though I did not I still have them on my boss crazy huh yeah a lot of times your bus moves forward you put people on and you forget about who is already on and you don't rely on what they can do for you and what you can do for them I had always had a dream I wanted to be a coach in forty five years ago I became that head coach at the age of twenty eight at the United States military academy and I was there for five years and for the next forty years I've been a joke and while I put on some great people on my bus and I've gotten on the bus of an amazing number of people in you know the things that I learned being on that bus and going through my career is that when I'm on a team or forming a team you don't play for a team when I was coaching the United States Olympic team I can remember the first meeting we had before trying to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in in the audience are o'brien James Chris Paul Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant yes some of the great players in the world and we always had a picture of the gold medal up in the meeting room and I was nervous I said I want you to understand one thing you are not on the United States Olympic team look at the gold medal up there I said we will not win the gold medal if you play for the United States Olympic team we will win the gold medal if you are U. S. team if you own it you will win if you own it and so as you go forward get in organizations where you're allowed to own it you're allowed to for it to be yours if it's yours you're going to make it the best it can possibly be I had an interesting experience over the last week I was going through some things and I found a box and it had grandma's thanks and I look through it as my mom's somebody has been at the back of the bus she's passed away almost twenty five years ago when I think of her often and I use what she taught me every day but as I look through the box I've looked at cards and letters and pictures and I want to share with you something that I found and it is amazing I remember my mom had an eighth grade education and I found a piece of paper five by eight she in her handwriting there's no title or anything she wrote down once upon a time there were four people names everybody somebody anybody and nobody there was an important task to be done and everybody was sure that somebody would do it anybody could have done it you know nobody did it somebody got angry about that because it was everybody's job everybody thought anybody could do it but nobody realized everybody wouldn't do it it ended up that everybody blamed somebody when nobody did what anybody could have done wow you know what I get from them I go back to the bus that's my mom saying everybody has the ability to get on this bus you know what we're not let nobody on this bus because everybody on this bus will allow each other to become somebody and we will do that only if we aren't so as you move forward why you have so much excitement ahead area remember hang with good people listen to that group of people around you where you need advice where you're not alone when you're making big decisions trusts those people who love you and have made an impact on your life as you make decisions and going forward and as your boss moves along remember only what somebody sent and make sure that they are while everyone on that bus to be somebody who actually counts and it's important congratulations once again god bless you god speed as we move forward you're listening I heard media's commencement speeches the class of twenty twenty coming up Tom Brokaw bill and Melinda gates and Tim cook the dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present he said the occasion is piled high with difficulty and we must rise with the occasion as our case is new so we must think anew and act anew we must control ourselves and then we shall save our country right.

"united states olympic team" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Myself being an army officer that's not what something I imagine and I turned it down and for a couple weeks my mom and dad David speaking Polish one day ever talking about me and my brother bill they would say something in Polish and all of a sudden it would be stupid and then Mike so I knew they were talking about me not in glowing terms finally that ethnic pressure got the best of me and I said okay I'll go and I call it the best decision I never may four years later when I was sitting in your seat and Mikey stadium at United States military academy at west point I was there because my parents believed in me they wanted something better for me and you know what I was smart enough even though I didn't know if I still had them on my boss crazy huh you know what times your bus moves forward you put people on and you forget about who is already on and you don't rely on what they can do for you and what you can do for them I had always had a dream I wanted to be a coach in forty five years ago I became that head coach at the age of twenty eight at the United States military academy and I was there for five years and for the next forty years I've been active and while I put on some great people on my bus and I've gotten on the bus of an amazing number of people in you know I think that I weren't being on that bus and going through my career is that when I'm on a team or forming a team you don't play for a team when I was coaching the United States Olympic team back remember the first meeting we had before trying to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in in the audience are o'brien James Chris Paul Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant yes some of the great players in the world and we always had a picture of the gold medal up in the meeting room and I was nervous I said I want you to understand one thing you are not on the United States Olympic team look at the gold medal up there I said we will not win the gold medal if you play for the United States Olympic team we will win the gold medal if you are do you esteem if you own.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I hope one of the things that you are is thankful and they're people that have put you in the position you're in today as a graduate you're the primary person who's put you at and you will always be the primary purpose in other words you're the one who's responsible you know what there are people who have helped you I can remember a long time ago when I graduated from the United States military academy I was sitting there in my uniform I was thinking how did I get here I was proud but then I started thinking back of all the people who impacted me and the one person who stood out was my mom my mom I had an eighth grade education never went to high school and you know what she was a cleaning lady in downtown Chicago she was wise I don't remember a couple things that she said to me that really I'd like to share with you because they've been on really the foundation for for me for my whole life I went to Catholic high school on you have to go on a bus in the night before I was going to school she said Michael and whenever she said Michael I knew there was something that was very important that she wanted to say am I was a little bit of a wise guy you're fourteen years old and inner city yeah I said my what what and she is set down Michael and services yeah tomorrow make sure you're on the right bus S. of mine now Damen Armitage Armitage there or I can take the vision of grand then I know my way around the city and she said that's not what I'm talking about and I was a little impetuous and has supported talking about and she said tomorrow you're going to meet a lot of new people you're gonna start driving your bus and different neighborhoods and you're going to drive your bus for your entire life make sure that you put good people on your bus and if you get on someone else's bus make sure they're good people if they are then they will help you go to places that you will not be able to go along choose right I've done that my entire life and that's something I would ask you to do I think with good people can people good people there's a greater chance of you winning if you're with good and obviously if you're with exceptional and then a few years later here's that eighth grade education coming in today and I'm trying to make a decision on where I want to go to college as a all state basketball player and recruited I was not even thinking of going to the United States military academy and they came out of I don't want to go I didn't see myself being an army officer that's not what something I imagine and I turned it down and for a couple weeks my mom and dad they would speak in Polish when they were talking about me and my brother bill they would say something to Polish and all of a sudden it would be stupid and then Mike so I knew they were talking about me not in glowing terms finally that ethnic pressure got the best of me and I said okay I'll go and I call it the best decision I never made four years later when I was sitting in your seat and Mikey stadium at United States military academy at west point I was there because my parents believed in me they wanted something better for me and you know what I was smart enough even though I didn't know it I still have them on my bus crazy huh you know what times your bus moves forward you put people on and you forget about who is already on and you don't rely on what they can do for you and what you can do for them I had always had a dream I wanted to be a coach in forty five years ago I became that head coach at the age of twenty eight at the United States military academy and I was there for five years and for the next forty years I've been a joke and wow put on some great people on my bus and I've gotten on the bus of an amazing number of people in you know the things that I learned being on that bus and going through my career is that when I'm on a team or forming a team you don't play for a team when I was coaching the United States Olympic team back remember the first meeting we had before trying to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in in the audience are o'brien James Chris Paul Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant yes some of the great players in the world and we always had a picture of the gold medal up in the meeting room and I was nervous I said I want you to understand one thing you are not on the United States Olympic team look at the gold medal up there I said we will not win the gold medal if you play for the United States Olympic team we will win the gold medal if you are U. S. team if you own it you will win if you own it and so as you go forward get in organizations where you're allowed to own it you're a wow just for it to be yours if it's yours you're going to make it the best it can possibly be I had an interesting experience over the last week I was going through some things and I found a box and it had grandma's thanks and I look through it as my mom's somebody has been at the back of the bus she's passed away almost twenty five years ago when I think of her often and I use what she taught me every day but as I look through the box I've looked at cards and letters and pictures and I want to share with you something that I found and it is amazing I remember my mom had an eighth grade education and I found a piece of paper five by eight inch inner hand writing there's no title or anything she wrote down once upon a time there were four people names everybody somebody anybody and nobody there was an important task to be done and everybody was sure that somebody would do it anybody could have done now nobody did it somebody got angry about that because it was everybody's job everybody thought anybody could do it but nobody realized everybody wouldn't do it ended up that everybody blamed somebody when nobody did what anybody could have done wow you know what I get from them I go back to the bus that's my mom Sam everybody has the ability to get on this bus you know what we're not let nobody on this bus because everybody on this bus will allow each other to become somebody and we will do that only if we are not so as you move forward why you have so much excitement ahead area remember hang with good people listen to their group of people around you where you need advice where you're not alone when you're making big decisions trusts those people who love you and have made an impact on your life as you make decisions and going forward and as your bus moves along remember only what somebody sent and make sure that they are while everyone on that bus to be somebody who actually counts and it's important reservations once again god bless you god speed as we move forward you're listening to I heard media's commencement speeches the class of twenty twenty coming up Tom Brokaw bill and Melinda gates and Tim cook the dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present he said the occasion is piled high with difficulty and we must rise with the occasion as our case is new so we must think anew and act anew we must control ourselves and then we shall save our country when you say your time is seven thirty.

"united states olympic team" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm honored to celebrate your commencement your graduation incredible what are you thinking about today what's going on in your mind are you excited are you proud are you nervous I hope one of the things that you are is thankful and they're people that have put you in the position you're in today as a graduate you're the primary person who's put US and you will always be the primary purpose in other words you're the one who's responsible you know what they're people who have helped you I can remember a long time ago when I graduated from the United States military academy I was sitting there in my uniform I was thinking how did I get here I was proud but then I started thinking back of all the people who impacted me and the one person who stood out was my mom my mom I had an eighth grade education never went to high school and you know what she was a cleaning lady in downtown Chicago she was wise every member of a couple things that she said to me that really I'd like to share with you because they've been really the foundation for for me for my whole life I went to Catholic high school on you have to go on a bus in the night before I was going to school she said Michael and whenever she said Michael I knew there was something that was very important that she wanted to say am I was a little bit of a wise guy you're fourteen years old and inner city area that's not what what and she is set down Michael and she says yeah tomorrow make sure you're on the right bus as a minor Damen Armitage Armitage there or I can take the vision of grand them I know my way around the city and she said that's not what I'm talking about and I was a little impetuous impressive what he's talking about and she said tomorrow you're going to meet a lot of new people you're gonna start driving your bus and different neighborhoods and you're gonna drive your bus for your entire life make sure that you put good people on your bus and if you get on someone else's bus make sure they're good people if they are then they will help you go to places that you will not be able to go along and she is right I've done that my entire life and that's something I would ask you to do I think with good people good people there's a greater chance of you winning if you're with good and obviously if you're with exceptional and then a few years later here's that eighth grade education coming in today N. I'm trying to make a decision on where I want to go to college as a all state basketball player and recruited Abbas not even thinking of going to the United States military academy and they came out and I don't want to go I didn't see myself being an army officer that's not what something I imagine and I turned it down and for a couple weeks my mom and dad they would speak in Polish one Dave or talking about me and my brother bill they would say something in Polish and all of a sudden it would be stupid and then Mike so I knew they were talking about me not in glowing terms finally that ethnic pressure got the best of me and I said okay I'll go and I call it the best decision I never made four years later when I was sitting in your seat and Mikey stadium at United States military academy at west point I was there because my parents believed in me they wanted something better for me and you know what I was smart enough even though I did not I still have them on my bus crazy huh you know what times your bus moves forward you put people on and you forget about who is already on and you don't rely on what they can do for you and what you can do for them I had always had a dream I wanted to be a coach in forty five years ago I became that head coach at the age of twenty eight at the United States military academy and I was there for five years and for the next forty years I've been a Duke and wow put on some great people on my bus and I've gotten on the bus of an amazing number of people in you know the things that I learned being on that bus and going through my career is that when I'm on a team or forming a team you don't play for a team when I was coaching the United States Olympic team back remember the first meeting we had before trying to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in in the audience are o'brien James Chris Paul Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant yes some of the great players in the world and we always had a picture of the gold medal up in the meeting room and I was nervous I said I want you to understand one thing you are not on the United States Olympic team look at the gold medal up there I said we will not win the gold medal if you play for the United States Olympic team we will win the gold medal if you are do you esteem if you own it you will win if you own it and so as you go forward get in organizations where you're allowed to own it you're allowed for it to be yours if it's yours you're going to make it the best it can possibly be I had an interesting experience over the last week I was going through some things and I found a box and it had grandma's thanks and I look through it as my mom's somebody has been at the back of the bus she's passed away almost twenty five years ago when I think of her often and I use what she taught me every day but as I look through the box I've looked at cards and letters and pictures and I want to share with you something that I found and it is amazing I remember my mom had an eighth grade education and I found a piece of paper five by eight she in her handwriting there's no title or anything she wrote down once upon a time there were four people names everybody somebody anybody and nobody there was an important task to be done and everybody was sure that somebody would do it anybody could have done you know nobody did it somebody got angry about that because it was everybody's job everybody thought anybody could do it but nobody realized everybody wouldn't do it ended up that everybody blamed somebody when nobody did what anybody could have done wow you know what I get from them I go back to the bus that's my mom Sam everybody has the ability to get on this bus you know what we're not let nobody on this bus because everybody on this bus will allow each other to become somebody and we will do that only if we aren't so as you move forward why you have so much excitement ahead area remember hang with good people listen to that group of people around you where you need advice where you're not alone when you're making big decisions trusts those people who love you and have made an impact on your life as you make decisions and going forward N. as your bus moves along remember only what somebody sent and make sure that they are while everyone on that bus to be somebody who actually counts and its importance congratulations once again god bless you and god speed as we move forward you're listening to radios commencement speeches the class of twenty twenty coming up Tom Brokaw bill and Melinda gates and Tim cook the dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present he said the occasion is piled high with difficulty and we must rise with the occasion as our case is new so we must think anew and act anew we must control ourselves and then we shall save our country traffic and weather for Columbus radio WTVN causing a spike in the prices production problems because thousands of workers in meat and poultry plants across the U. 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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Know what dot there com are people since who have nineteen helped you eighty five I we can remember shop you a long save time ago get full details on when the example I graduated policy it's local from the United dot com slash States commercial military academy I was the sitting fact is not there available in all in states my uniform I was thinking how did I get here I was proud but then I started thinking back of all the people who impacted me and the one person who stood out was my mom my mom I had an eighth grade education never went to high school and you know what she was a cleaning lady in downtown Chicago she was wise I remember a couple things that she said to me that really I'd like to share with you because they've been really the foundation for for me for my whole life I went to Catholic high school on it to go on a bus in the night before I was going to school she said Michael and whenever she said Michael I knew there was something that was very important that she wanted to say am I was a little bit of a wise guy you're fourteen years old and inner city area that's not what what and she is set down Michael and services yeah tomorrow make sure you're on the right bus as a minor Damen Armitage Armitage terror I can take the vision of grand then I know my way around the city and she said that's not what I'm talking about when I was little impetuous most of what he's talking about and she said tomorrow you're going to meet a lot of new people you're gonna start driving your bus and different neighborhoods and you're going to drive your bus for your entire life make sure that you put good people on your bus and if you get on someone else's bus make sure they're good people if they are then they will help you go to places that you will not be able to go on she is right I've done that my entire life and that's something I would ask you to do I think with good people people to people there's a greater chance of you winning if you're with good and obviously if you're with exceptional and then a few years later here's that eighth grade education coming in today N. I'm trying to make a decision on where I want to go to college as the all state basketball player and recruited I was not even thinking of going to the United States military academy and they came out and I don't want to go I didn't see myself being an army officer that's not what something I imagine and I turned it down and for a couple weeks my mom and dad David speaking Polish when they were talking about me and my brother bill they would say something in Polish and all of a sudden it would be stupid and then Mike so I knew they were talking about me not in glowing terms finally that ethnic pressure got the best of me and I said okay I'll go and I call it the best decision I never made four years later when I was sitting in your seat and Mikey stadium at United States military academy at west point I was there because my parents believed in me they wanted something better for me and you know what I was smart enough even though I did not I still have them on my bus crazy huh you know what times your bus moves forward you put people on and you forget about who is already on and you don't rely on what they can do for you and what you can do for them I had always had a dream I wanted to be a coach in forty five years ago I became that head coach at the age of twenty eight at the United States military academy and I was there for five years and for the next forty years I've been a Duke fan wow put on some great people on my bus and I've gotten on the bus of an amazing number of people in you know the things that I learned being on that bus and going through my career is that when I'm on a team or forming a team you don't play for a team when I was coaching the United States Olympic team back remember the first meeting we had before trying to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in in the audience are well Brian James Chris Paul Carmelo Anthony Kobe Bryant yes some of the great players in the world and we always had a picture of the gold medal up in the meeting room and us nervous I said I want you to understand one thing you are not on the United States Olympic team look at the gold medal up there I said we will not win the gold medal if you play for the United States Olympic team we will win the gold medal if you are do you esteem if you own it you will win if you own it and so as you go forward get in organizations where you're allowed to own it you're allowed for it to be yours if it's yours you're gonna make it the best it can possibly be I had an interesting experience over the last week I was going through some things and I found a box and it had grandma's thanks and I look through it as my mom's somebody has been at the back of the bus she's passed away almost twenty five years ago when I think of her often and I use what she taught me every day but as I look through the box I've looked at cards and letters and pictures and I want to share with you something that I found and it is amazing I remember my mom had an eighth grade education and I found a piece of paper five by eight inch inner hand writing there's no title or anything she wrote down once upon a time there were four people names everybody somebody anybody and nobody there was an important task to be done and everybody was sure that somebody would do it anybody could have done it you know nobody did it somebody got angry about that because it was everybody's job everybody thought anybody could do it but nobody realized everybody wouldn't do it ended up that everybody blamed somebody when nobody did what anybody could have done one you know what I get from them I go back to the bus that's my mom Sam everybody has the ability to get on this bus you know what we're not let nobody on this bus because everybody on this bus will allow each other to become somebody and we will do that only if we aren't so as you move forward why you have so much excitement ahead area remember hang with good people listen to their group of people around you where you need advice where you're not alone when you're making big decisions trusts those people who love you and have made an impact on your life as you make decisions and going forward N. as your bus moves along remember and make sure that they are while everyone on that bus to be somebody who actually counts and it's important reservations once again god bless you god speed as we move forward you're listening to I heard media's commencement speeches the class of twenty twenty coming up Tom Brokaw bill and Melinda gates and Tim cook the dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present he said.

Jimmy Kimmel ditched his studio audience for a somber tribute to Kobe

Mason & Ireland

05:29 min | 2 years ago

Jimmy Kimmel ditched his studio audience for a somber tribute to Kobe

"Jimmy Kimmel. Who does this show from here in L. A. had coby on his show fifteen times times and was so affected By the accident and by his death that he decided to send the studio audience home last night he did not have a studio the audience and he opened his show by saying this. Hi I'm Jimmy Kimmel and tonight show is going to be different from our usual. We'll show we don't have a studio audience here tonight because going forward with a comedy show didn't feel right considering what happened yesterday. So I'd like to speak to you. Directly we as you undoubtedly know Koby Bryant and his daughter Jonah and seven of their friends were killed in a helicopter crash yesterday here in Los Angeles and that was a punch in the gut for many of us. Kobe was and I know this might not make sense but he was just the last person you could ever imagine something like this happening to. He was so strong and handsome and smart and energetic he was a hero. And when I say that I don't mean hero like real heroes like firefighters or doctors and nurses who actually save lives. I don't mean to compare what he did for a living moving to what they do. I know there are more important. Things have basketball. Almost everything is more important but Kobe was a hero in the way. Superman is a hero. He was so big. It was almost like he was a fictional character. A real life superhero with a costume and everything walking amongst us. Those of us. Who Love the Lakers? No it seemed like he always came through. He always showed up to save the day he wanted to save the day. He had a force of will will. He never gave up as an athlete. He was incredibly gifted more than almost anyone. He was talented beyond reasoning. Yet he worked harder than everyone. He work harder than people with much less talented he had. He took his job and his pursuit of excellence so seriously he was completely dedicated to being as good as he possibly could be which is inspiring to anyone who does anything and we loved him because of that but we also loved him because he was ours we watched him grow up here he came to La when he was a teenager and unlike almost every other superstar athlete he never left in his twenty year career he will only wear to uniforms. Forums for the Lakers and for the United States Olympic team. There were times when it seemed like he would leave but he didn't he stayed until the end and e someone almost everyone in. This city loved not just Lakers fans. Everyone would light up when they saw myself. Many times he was special he was a special person a great basketball player for sure but more than that he had so many interests outside of sports he was intensely curious he would call people. He admired to interview them. Business leaders writers inventors. He was always learning always improving hunger for that when he was injured when he tore his Achilles. I sent him a book and he to my surprise prize's read it and then called me to discuss it in maniacal detailing want to know everything about it and then I was like. I don't know Kobe. I didn't write it. I just bought the book and I had to put them in touch with the guy who wrote the book and that's what he was like. I'd many conversations Kobe off of television and they always involved his daughter's water's always you. Once retired for basketball his life revolved around their lives. He was very proud of them. He loved being a father when my son had heart surgery he he checked in with me repeatedly he made a point once. Billy my son was out of the hospital to meet him. He wanted to meet him and from time to time. You check in to see how he was doing and yes I know he was not a perfect person. I understand that a my intention is not to canonize him or or make judgements about things. I don't know anything about but I will say he loved this family. He worked very hard and he brought a lot of joy to a lot of people in this city. And we're going to miss him and I hope you'll pray for his daughter Jonah. And for their mother Vanessa for the three girls. Kobe left behind lost their father and their sister and his friends were on that flight. Within the Altobelli Family Christina mousers family. Chester family are as a buy-in the pilot. I can't imagine how much they are missed. This was a terrible loss for those families and the Lakers for Kobe teammates fans. It's just there's no silver lining here. It's it's all bad. It's all sad. He was a bright light. And that's how I wanNA remember him and you're hitting all sorts of reactions like this Carmelo Anthony any now. Just put up an instagram post. Chris Paul put up an instagram posts. I think people are starting people who have been able to utter a word the last two days. We've seen Lebron last night now. Carmelo and C. P. Three today read part of the Carmelo. Anthony Post he says I hate when I have so much to say but I can't put any of it into words the times I have the most to say are the Times that I can't talk. I'm screaming inside but I can't be heard you don't know how hard it is to pretend to smile when I have these clouds of emotions you you just called me and told me you were coming to the game Friday and that you were proud of me so colby colby had talked to Carmelo and was planning to be at the game Friday night

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Think Frostburg state university is a small sleepy institution and that's anything but the truth it's a vibrant community is growing what else you don't know about Frostburg state university is how wonderful the students are great opportunities to get involved to do things that matter and they do just that students get to apply their learning outside the classroom from day one prospered state university one university a world of experiences. in nineteen ninety six years after the release of the model to. already more than seven million cars and trucks traveling the most. the United States. on April nineteen of the alliance five and Ralph and Alan. as standard motor products celebrates its one hundredth year in business the company is proud to recognize all of the employees and customers who helped make our first one century about. also his number sixty six this week in the year two thousand the United States Olympic team beats the favorite Cuban team to win the country's first gold medal in baseball and this week in twenty eighteen thirty nine year old New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees throws a seventeen yard pass to Michael Thomas to become the NFL's career past leader breaking Brett Favre's record of sixty three hundred completions the same speed the falcons forty three to thirty seven badger I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. from I heart radio number one for podcast point of origin for my heart radio and the makers of western magazine comes point of origin all new podcast about deepening our relationship to food by going to the source one point of origin we believe that when the gatekeepers are drivers so too are the stories join us on a global exploration of origins in culinary polity point of origin. at this point of origin Wednesday at three PM here.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As the Brady bunch chairs for the first time the show was panned by critics and according to the museum of broadcast communications during its entire network run the series never reach the top ten ranks of the Nielsen ratings and this week in two thousand eight after Congress failed to pass a seven hundred billion dollars bank bailout plan the Dow Jones industrial average falls seven hundred and seventy seven point six eight points the largest single day point loss in history until last year February fifth twenty eighteen that's your look back at this week in history. take a trip back this week's almanac what's going on rockers and rollers and sandy west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history start off in nineteen fifty seven where the Elvis Presley classic jail house rock was released it became is ninety U. S. number one single and stayed on the Billboard chart for nineteen weeks the film clip from the movie where he sang the song is considered by many historians to be the first rock video this week in nineteen sixty four the Supremes make their first national TV appearance performing where did our love go on the Steve Allen show this week in nineteen eighty two queen was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live where they performed crazy little thing called love and under pressure this week in nineteen ninety one nirvana's album never mind was released in America entering the chart at number one forty four on its first week the album which peaked at number one in January of ninety two has now sold over more than thirty million copies worldwide the idea for the now iconic front cover shot of the baby swimming came after Kurt Cobain and drummer Dave Grohl saw a TV documentary on a water based and this week in twenty seventeen at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played their last concert as pay dies a week later the show is the last stop on the fortieth anniversary tour still miss you Tom. there's a look back at this week's rock. and now the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. on fellow sports nuts it's anti western I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history we'll start off way back in nineteen twenty seven for the NHL's Toronto St Patricks become the Toronto Maple Leafs this week in nineteen fifty seven the Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets field in Brooklyn they defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates to do nothing this week in nineteen seventy two Jack Tatum of the Oakland Raiders returns a fumble one hundred and four yards versus the Green Bay Packers a new NFL record. this week in nineteen ninety eight Sammy Sosa hit home run number sixty six to take the lead in major league baseball's home run race less than an hour later mark McGwire also hits number sixty six this week in the year two thousand the United States Olympic team beats the favorite Cuban team to win the country's first gold medal in baseball and this week in twenty eighteen thirty nine year old New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees throws a seventeen yard pass to Michael Thomas to become the NFL's career past leader breaking bread farce record of sixty three hundred completions the same speed the falcons forty three to thirty seven badger I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. check out the movies this weekend here's your box office preview. this weekend is the computer animated adventure at bombing of all set in Shanghai a young girl finds a yeti on the roof of her home when it's clear that the ideas lonely the girl in our friends take him on a journey to reunite with the rest of his kind but I have to avoid the greedy hunter wants to add the yeti to his collection Chloe Bennet Eddie Izzard Sarah Paulson Michele Wong when their voices also out is Judy biographical drama about actress singer in show biz legend Judy Garland focusing on a five week conserve run in nineteen sixty eight London the star struggles with weakened voice and difficult management but still enjoys the attention of her adoring public and the man who would become her first husband when a cell with her Jesse Buckley Finn Wittrock and Michael Gambon star..

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As the Brady bunch chairs for the first time the show was panned by critics and according to the museum of broadcast communications during its entire network run the series never reach the top ten ranks of the Nielsen ratings and this week in two thousand eight after Congress failed to pass a seven hundred billion dollars bank bailout plan the Dow Jones industrial average falls seven hundred and seventy seven point six eight points the largest single day point loss in history until last year February fifth twenty eighteen that's your look back at this week in history. take a trip back this week's almanac what's going on rockers and rollers and sandy west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history start off in nineteen fifty seven where the Elvis Presley classic jail house rock was released it became is ninety US number one single and stayed on the Billboard chart for nineteen weeks the film clip from the movie where he sang the song is considered by many historians to be the first rock video this week in nineteen sixty four the Supremes make their first national TV appearance performing where did our love go on the Steve Allen show this week in nineteen eighty two queen was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live where they performed crazy little thing called love and under pressure this week in nineteen ninety one nirvana's album never mind was released in America entering the chart at number one forty four on its first week the album which peaked at number one in January of ninety two has now sold over more than thirty million copies worldwide the idea for the now iconic front cover shot of the baby swimming came after Kurt Cobain and drummer Dave Grohl saw a TV documentary on a water base and this week in twenty seventeen at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers played their last concert as pay dies a week later the show is the last stop on the fortieth anniversary tour still miss you Tom. there's a look back at this week's rock. and now the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. and fellow sports nuts it's anti western I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history we'll start off way back in nineteen twenty seven for the NHL's Toronto St Patricks become the Toronto Maple Leafs this week in nineteen fifty seven the Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets field in Brooklyn they defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates into to nothing this week in nineteen seventy two Jack Tatum of the Oakland Raiders returns a fumble one hundred and four yards versus the Green Bay Packers a new NFL record. this week in nineteen ninety eight Sammy Sosa hit home run number sixty six to take the lead in major league baseball's home run race less than an hour later mark McGwire also hits number sixty six this week in the year two thousand the United States Olympic team beats the favorite Cuban team to win the country's first gold medal in baseball and this week in twenty eighteen thirty nine year old New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees throws a seventeen yard pass to Michael Thomas to become the NFL's career past leader breaking Brett Favre's record of sixty three hundred completions the same speed the falcons forty three to thirty seven badger I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. checking out the movies this weekend here's your box office preview. new this weekend as the computer animated adventure at bombing of all set in Shanghai a young girl finds a yeti on the roof of her home when it's clear that the ideas lonely the girl in our friends take him on a journey to reunite with the rest of his kind but have to avoid the greedy hunter wants to add the yeti to his collection Chloe Bennet Eddie Izzard Sarah Paulson Michele Wong when their voices also out is Judy biographical drama about actress singer in showbiz legend Judy Garland focusing on a five week conserve run in nineteen sixty eight London the star struggles with weakened voice and difficult management but still enjoys the attention of her adoring public and the man who would become her first husband when a sell order Jesse Buckley Finn Wittrock and Michael Gambon star. and out in limited release is the British black comedy thrillers that day shall come up for preacher leads a commune in Miami is offered money by a.

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"united states olympic team" Discussed on KTOK

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"united states olympic team" Discussed on KTOK

"As the Brady bunch chairs for the first time the show was panned by critics and according to the museum of broadcast communications during its entire network run the series never reach the top ten ranks of the Nielsen ratings and this week in two thousand eight after Congress failed to pass a seven hundred billion dollars bank bailout plan the Dow Jones industrial average falls seven hundred and seventy seven point six eight points the largest single day point loss in history until last year February fifth twenty eighteen that's your look back at this week in history. and now the I heart radio weekend sports time capsule. on on fellow sports not to take any western I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history we'll start off way back in nineteen twenty seven for the NHL's Toronto St Patricks become the Toronto Maple Leafs this week in nineteen fifty seven the Brooklyn Dodgers played their last game at Ebbets field in Brooklyn they defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates into nothing this week in nineteen seventy two Jack Tatum of the Oakland Raiders returns a fumble one hundred and four yards versus the Green Bay Packers a new NFL record. this week in nineteen ninety eight Sammy Sosa hit home run number sixty six to take the lead in major league baseball's home run race less than an hour later mark McGwire also hits number sixty six this week in the year two thousand the United States Olympic team beats the favorite Cuban team to win the country's first gold medal in baseball and this week in twenty eighteen thirty nine year old New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees throws a seventeen yard pass to Michael Thomas to become the NFL's career past leader breaking Brett farce record of sixty three hundred completions the saints beat the falcons forty three to thirty seven badger I heart radio weekend sports time capsule this is Ryan.

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