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  • 01:51

    Leave It In the Ring Boxing Show with guest Abel Sanchez

    in Sports

    Catch Leave it in the Ring with Dave (@LIITRBoxing) and co-host Gabriel Montoya (@Gabriel_Montoya - (Former senior writer for Maxboxing.com, former West Coast Editor of Boxingscene.com and anti-doping advocate) Tuesdays at 5pm (Pacific) / 8pm (Eastern). Dave and Gabriel provide a fresh and unfiltered take on the boxing world with fan-interactive debates, breaking news and in-depth no-holds-barred interviews with the sport's top names.

    Tonight, Dave and Gabriel are joined by esteemed boxing trainer Abel Sanchez to talk the future of Gennady "GGG" Sanchez, Joel Diaz, Jr, Andy Ruiz and more. Plus, Dave and Gabriel take a look back at the weekend's action including Andre Ward's return, Shawn Porter's defeat of Adrien Broner and the middleweight clash between David Lemieux and Hassan Ndam. 

    Plus, the LIITR crew takes your calls on the LIITR hotline: 347-215-7598. 

  • 00:08

    El imperio ecuestre del emir de Dubái, salpicado por doping

    in Radio

    El País.com (España)
    El imperio ecuestre del emir de Dubái, salpicado por doping Varios de sus caballos dieron positivo y en unos de sus aviones privados había sustancias prohibidas La princesa Haya se ha hecho cargo de la investigación en nombre de su esposoÁNGELES ESPINOSA Dubai

  • 01:11

    The Athletes Story of Doping with Bob Kaehler

    in Sports

    Sports is worth $800 billion annually, and athletes are surrounded and influenced by coaches.
    Coaches and trainers convince many athletes that by taking performance enhancing drugs it will take them to the next level. Drugs will help you recover from injury and fatigue much quicker.
    The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency charged Lance Armstrong with doping this week, meaning he could lose his seven Tour de France titles. His lawyers immediately began attacking both the agency and the process it uses to punish athletes caught violating the World Anti-Doping
    In 1992, while training at the USOC Training Center in Colorado Springs, Bob befriended the head sports physiologist. They discussed many aspects of testing and results of endurance athletes and had a conversation about testing done on Lance Armstrong prior to the Barcelona Olympics. Kaehler himself attests to significant errors that occurred when he was drug tested prior to the formation of the USADA.
    Bob Kaehler a 3 time Olympian and 4 time World Champion rower will join us LIVE Wednesday September 26th LIVE at 7PM EDT on BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio.  Join in the conversation to chat about substance abuse and testing for athletes. We will also discuss Bob’s own training and conditioning programs are used by many top athletic programs. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance. 

  • 01:59

    The Andrew Powell Show w/ Darrin Williamson and Eric Robinson

    in Sports

    TONIGHT ON THE SHOW: The probe on the New England Patriots came out today, will the news hurt Tom Brady's legacy? LeSean McCoy accuses his former head coach, Chip Kelly, of being a racist! Floyd Mayweather is caught in ANOTHER lawsuit! Is it now or never for the Chicago Bulls? Can anybody beat Ken Jennings' Jeopardy streak of 74 straight victories? Barry Bonds is investing his money into another heavy doping sport! The NCAA is adding three new bowl games, but should the college football playoff be expanded? TNT's Ernie Johnson wins an Emmy for "Best Studio Host", but gives it away! A woman used her Pizza Hut app to report her and her children being held hostage, plus MORE! You can call into the show at (929) 477-1592 and you can tweet the show @andrewrpowell or @305SportsNLife. The Andrew Powell Show is Monday-Friday from 9:00 PM EST to 11:00 PM EST here only on MSL Radio! (And soon to be NATIONAL on WGTSDB starting THIS MONDAY)

  • 00:26

    The Olympic's Doping Scandals.Have They Ruined Sports?

    in Entertainment

    The Olympics has officially started and since then, athletes have been making the news and not in a GOOD way. Some of the countries' elite participants have already been suspended for 'perfomance enhancing' drugs.
    Most recently, two athletes saw their Olympic hopes cut short on Sunday after being suspended from the London 2012 Games,  taking the tally of doping offenders after two days of competition to three.
    No one can forget past scandals of America's beloved Ben Johnson and Marion Jones, but no one can forget the talents of Mary Lou Retton,Jackie Joiner, Carl Lewis and Michael Phelps. We're talking about the Olympics-Join this discussion.

  • 02:01

    Over the Top Radio - Panel Discussion on Doping

    in Fitness

    Join us live from Retul in Boulder, CO or send your questions in via Facebook, Twitter and email ( ottpradio@gmail.com ) as our panel discusses doping and the sport of cycling.  Panel includes, US Pro Champion Timmy Duggan, Michael Aisner, Ruthie Matthes - two others will join us. 

  • 01:01

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. Rejects $5 Million Penalty For Failed Drug Test

    in Sports

    It's has come to the publics attention that Floyd Mayweather has refused to agree to a $5 million penalty if either fighter were to fail a drug test either before or after the May 2nd fight. Manny Pacquaio is the one who requested for this fine to be included in the contract. The problem is that the contract has already been signed by both parties. However, there is a separate agreement that the United States Anti-Doping Agency will be overseeing random blood and urine testing for both fighters, terms for a substantial fine in the event of a dirty test are still being discussed. If neither fighter have anything to hide, thena agreement shouldn't be hard to come by. Even with that said, it should've been included in the original contract to avoid any outside negotiations.

  • 01:01

    Doping and Concussions: Off The Cuff with Dave Ferguson

    in Sports

    Doping, or using a substance to enhance performance, is nothing new. Contrary to romantic notions about the purity of Olympic sports, ancient Greeks ingested special drinks and potions to give them an edge, and at the 1904 Games, athletes downed potent mixtures of cocaine, heroin and strych- nine.
    The original intent of anti-doping rules was to prevent athletes from dropping dead of overdoses, but over the years the rules have come to focus just as intently on protecting the integrity of the Games.
    The goal of Test Me I’m Clean is to be not a campaign, but a way of life. Founded by Olympic medalist Dee Dee Trotter, Test Me I’m Clean is dedicated to making a stand once and for all against dishonest athletes by encouraging athletes of all ages to stay clean while they strive greatness.
    Concussions are more prevalent in sports today. NFL had approximately 300 reported concussions last season, while the NHL documented 262.
    Do we know more about concussions? Is this a growing trend or are we more aware of it?
    Dee Dee Trotter, originally scheduled as tonights guest, was unavailable for this program.
    BEYONDtheCheers show host shares candid opinions, thoughts and points to consider for discussion around the water cooler LIVE October 10th @  7PM on blogtalkradio.

  • 01:15

    Over the Top Radio - Doping in the Masters field

    in Fitness

    Special guests Seth Davidson (Cycling in the South Bay) and Suze Sonye join us to discuss the growing problem of performance enhancing drugs in the Masters race fields.  Your calls welcomed at (877)283-5224

  • 01:04

    Performance Doping: One Stride Ahead of Detection

    in Sports

    By 1928, in recognition of growing abuse, the IAAF banned stimulants, but without testing the ban was useless. Use of steroids and blood doping has since rampaged through sports, with cycling being the most notorious offender.
    Today’s anti-cheating tests search for body-building steroids and related drugs, stimulants, human growth hormone (HGH), etc., while sports officials also check equipment to be sure it serves no unfair advantage to its users.

    Harvey Shapiro has been an award winning TV commentator, researcher, author, mayor of Del Mar, and is an avid cyclist. He served as a Doping Control Officer in Utah's 2002 Winter Olympics and lives in Park City and San Diego.
    Talking on the topic of doping in sports is Harvey Shapiro, who joins us LIVE Wednesday July 4th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance. 

  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 26

    in Current Events

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer

    Guest: Mike Hasenbauer - Animal Rights Advocate.  Congressional Caucus for animal welfare

    PUPS Act – HR- 847/S. 395 Would require that dog breeders who annually sell more than 50 puppies directly to the public (including Internet sales) be licensed under the Animal Welfare Act

    Gas Chamber Use in Shelters HR- 208 Expresses Congressional opposition to the use of gases (carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, nitrous oxide, argon, etc.) to euthanize shelter animals.

    Pet Safety and Protection Act HR-2224 Would amend the Animal Welfare Act to ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities are obtained legally.

    Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act – H.R. 366 / S. 666 Would set penalties for knowingly attending an organized animal fighting event and for bringing a minor to an animal fight.

    Big Cats and Public Safety Protection Act – H.R. 1998 Would prohibit private possession and breeding of big cats (lions, tigers, panthers, and cheetahs) except at highly-qualified facilities.

    Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act – H.R. 126 Would direct the Secretary of the Interior to craft a new herd management plan with the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, Currituck County

    Horse-racing Integrity and Safety Act – H.R. 2012 / S. 973 Would provide the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) with the authority to promulgate and enforce anti-doping standards in horse races that offer simulcast wagering.

    Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act (PAMTA) – H.R. 1150 Would phase out the non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in livestock.

    Prevent All Soring Tactics Act (PAST Act) of 2013 – H.R. 1518 The PAST Act amends the federal Horse Protection Act (HPA) to further protect horses from abusive “soring” –



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