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OnPitRoad.com's Matt Embury recaps the Thursday qualifying action at the Daytona International Speedway and whether or not IMSA should have waited until Friday to set the field. Also tune in for an early outlook to all the hopefully rain-free action on Saturday and Sunday in the Rolex 24.
Sports car racing fans are encouraged to call in with their thoughts and comments. You can also tweet your questions to Matt Embury (@MattEmbury) and he will answer them on the show.
The American Internet Soccer Show that was nominated for best Soccer Radio show of 2014 by World Soccer Talk
Join me and my representitives from their respective countries & zones as we preview the first two games of the Semi-Final Groups for the hope to advance to the Hexaginal in 2016 & 17 for the right to represent the Confederation in Russia 2018.
On the second episode of the After the Anthem podcast the lads discuss how the Montreal Impact ruined what should have been a happy Clinchmas for the rest of the MLS Eastern Conference. They break down what has happened so far at Olympic qualifying, and whether Canada has a shot at Rio. Then they finish it up with a discussion about recent rumours of players interested in playing for the Canadian national team.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for The Ladies Lounge & F.L.Y Radio.
At 6;15 Join Kathy as she welcomes Kemley Whiteside into the studio to discuss her book.
Kemley is the Author of Accepted, Secured, Significant: Empowering, Igniting, and Fulfilling Your Purpose. A book that reinforces in your heart how valuable you are, and how much you mean to God. God wants you to know that through Him, you are Accepted, Secured, and Significant.
At 7:15 Join Kathy as she welcomes back Relationship Coach Tony Vear into the studio to discuss a Hot Topic, Qualifying Men.
What would life be like for you if you had the secret for figuring out how men think and who they really are BEFORE you got involved with them? If you knew how to recognize the type of man you're really dealing with rather than instinctively celebrate the fact that he met your qualifications, you'd never get stuck in a bad relationship ever again.
Tony Vear is a Coach with over 30 years experience in the fields of Relationships, Communication, and Personal Development. His specialties are coaching people around dating, understanding gender differences and how to be in the relationship of your dreams with the partner of your dreams, which means being thrilled to pieces with your partner for as long as you both live - or at least the first 20 years together.
At 8:15 Join Host Latoya Johnson for FLY Radio as she welcomes Dr. Joy into the studio to discuss
Dr. Joy is the Founder/CEO of Confidence Academy which has a mission of cultivating confidence, character, courage, and change in the lives of teen girls and women. She recently released her first book, From Chaos to Confidence which discusses how she got through failed relationships, depression, and grief following the death of loved ones.
Fat Guy in Spandex is a middle-aged, over educated, under employed, overweight, white guy who loves hockey, NASCAR and dumb-ass, quirky comedy. On his podcast, he pontificates about all things associated with a lazy life, sex, sports and much, much more.
Today’s episode looks at: NASCAR's new Knock-Out Qualifying and the Daytona 500 and Clint Boyer. Get the Fat Guy's take on Clint Boyer's frustrations and being a fan of the fastest sport on Earth.
Tonight on Talking in Circles we discuss all things NASCAR and break down the Charting system in NASCAR as the owners have now become franchises. Who gets a charter and who doesn't and who will have to race their way into the 58th Daytona 500.
Also Brian Vickers has been mentioned as a replacement for Tony Stewart during Speedweeks 2016. We will discuss how we feel about that.
David Gilliland & Reed Sorenson have rides for Speedweeks 2016 as both have found non-chartered rides to drive in and will have to race their way into the Great American Race this weekend.
Also former NASCAR driver Lennie Pond passed away at the age of 75, passing away due to cancer. Pond won one career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in 1978 at Talladega Superspeedway. We remember him.
Also in the XFINITY Series side of things Bobby Labonte will drive the No. 18 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing at Daytona. JGR announced Wednesday that NOS Energy will sponsor 16 races for the team including 15 with Kyle Busch.
Stanton Barrett will drive for Rick Ware Racing at Daytona along with Scott Lagasse who will compete in the truck series as well. Lagasse will drive the No. 93 Chevrolet in XFINITY and the truck race will be run for NTS Motorsports. No update on Ben Kennedy's future.
On the truck side of things, Reed Sorenson, Austin Theriault, Timmy Hilland Austin Hill will compete in the event at Daytona as loose ends continue to get tied.
Plus we will tell you what we think the Daytona 500 entry list will look like and speculate what the rules may look like for qualifying for the event.
Jam packed show, plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.
Listen to our live broadcast of Friday's game here: https://rabble.tv/broadcast/563e995716ec767406dc5ce5/view
The soccer podcast that can't stop talking about Darlington Nagbe ...
0:00 - 6:30 Explaining World Cup qualification, picking an abbreviation for St. Vincent and the Grenadines
6:30 - 15:30 How St. Vincent plays, which players to watch out for, and how we think they'll approach this game against the USA.
15:45 - 30:30 Picking our US team, approach and style of play to face the Vinnies.
30:30 - 44:20 Answering listener questions about this game.
44:20 - 56:08 Discussing the US Soccer Federation's ruling about headers and concussions.
56:08 - 1:04:36 Weighing Patrick Vieira's appointment as NYCFC head coach.
1:04:36 - 1:08:10 Getting excited for Bob Bradley's tenure at Le Havre — the French Fulhamerica.
1:08:10 - 1:18:00 The Total Soccer Show Scouting Network: adding one Liverpool player and one frighteningly talented young Colombian.
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Hosted by Marti Oakley and Debbie Dahmer
Our guest: Dr. Karin Huffer, Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhatten, New York and medical expert on Legal Abuse Syndrome, and Organizting Committee Member of at The National Association for Probate Reform and Advocacy (NAPRA)
Courts cannot see invisible disabilities unless ADAAA is used. Too often opposition cruelly and unlawfully accuses those with qualifying disabilities, i.e .PTSD, TBI, depression, of being “crazy” and lying as part of a ploy. The court does not know UNLESS WE TELL THEM that for access and inclusion the PWD, person with a disability, must invoke rights to privacy, equal access, and safety under the ADAAA federal mandates.
We will be discussing the application of the ADAA and its application to the abuses in the probate system, and how it applies to those under guardianship.
Dr. Huffers website : www.equalaccessadvocates.com
Events that Damage Public Health
o Faulty psychological/custody evals
o Called “crazy” & discredited in court
o Financial and emotional devastation
o Disability exploited not accommodated in court.
o Lies replace fact – leaving you defenseless
Dr Huffer has also authored numerous books which we will be discussing also.
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from Third Coast
Tonight- Autism and cannabis treatments. Update on Max Lorincz, Amsdill family, Al Witt and their respective legal cases from around the state.
Tonight's guests will include Dr. Christian Bogner, and Dwight Zahringer parents of autistic children and involved in attempts to add autism to the list of qualifying conditions for Michigan's medical marijuana program.
MILegalize update from MILegalize board member and PGT's own Jamie Lowell
Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of the ballot group known as MILegalize. And- regular guests and friends of the show attorney Jeff Frazier attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, attorney Allen Peisner, Eric Gunnels Thetford Twp Trustee and T- Wrecks
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
Our guests this morning are Dean Schoppe and Peter Steinbroner from the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club.
Dean Schoppe is a resident of Manhattan Beach and the President of HL Classic Corporation. He began playing badminton at 15 and played juniors for the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club thru 1976. He then went on to play for California State University Dominguez Hills. He was a member of the USA National Team from 1989 through 1993 and the winner of the Sao Paulo/ Brazil Open 1998/2000 Men’s Doubles. Dean was a finalist or semi-finalist in the Open World Ranking Tournaments in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala and the US from 1999 to 2008. He began teaching and coaching at MBBC when he was 17. He worked 7 years with the Jim Poole Academy of Badminton and was an Instructor for 10 years at The George Washington University Badminton Camps.
Peter Steinbroner was the 1972 Junior National Champion in 18 & Under Boys Doubles; the 1975 National Collegiate Champion representing California State University Dominguez Hills; and California State Singles and Doubles Team Champion representing CSUDH again. A member of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club since 1977, Peter was President in 2010.
This morning, we’re going to learn the history of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club and the upcoming U.S. Olympic Badminton Qualifying Tournament stop on the ‘Road to Rio 2016’ which will take place at MBBC February 3 through February 7.
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Olympian Julia Clukey.
The 2006-2007 season was particularly important for Julia’s Olympic aspirations. After narrowly making the team for the past year and a half, she returned to competition and raced to a career-best 4th place finish at the Verizon U.S. National Championships. Her success caught the attention of her teammates, her competitors and even surprised herself.
“That was a big step for me. I established to my peers that I could compete among the best in the world. The 4th place finish gave me the confidence I needed to keep following my dream,” said Clukey.
At her first World Championship event in Igls, Austria in 2007, she finished 8th.
She finished in 4th place at the 2007-08 World Cup in Lake Placid and prides herself on being a fourth-time International Start Champion.
In November 2008, Julia again notched her career-best finish in a World Cup competition in Lake Placid, New York when she finished in 4th place, missing the podium by just .04 seconds. The time was also one of her four top-10 finishes during the 2007-08 World Cup season. In addition to her best race time, Julia is a four-time International Start Champion.
In 2010, Clukey reached one of her goals by qualifying for the U.S. Olympic team. For the first time in her career she competed in front of a national television audience at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, where she finished 17th.
In 2010-2011, Julia continued to climb in the World Cup rankings with top 15 finishes. She posted strong times in December that include a 1st place finish in a Nation’s Cup event and a 5th place finish in a World Cup Event at Park City, Utah in late December.
#195: Kate Drohan, Head Coach, Northwestern University, visits TCRS. The Wildcats start the season with the Kajikawa Classic on Feb. 12 where they will face the University of California Riverside, University of Virginia, University of Tennessee, Bradley University and the University of Oregon. Following Tempe, NU will head to the BG1/ACC Challenge to face North Carolina and Boston College. Following the Challenge the Wildcats will head to the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic where Oregon State, New Mexico State, University of Georgia, Fresno State and UCLA will be waiting. The first home game in Evanston will be April 1st against the Golden Gophers of Minnesota. NU concluded the 2015 season with a 28-23 overall record after qualifying for its 10th NCAA Tournament field in the last 14 years. The Wildcats faced the nation's sixth-toughest nonconference schedule in 2015 and started the year 3-9 overall before bouncing back to go 17-2 in their next 19 games. Wildcats Twitter, Wildcats Facebook, Coach Drohan Twitter, Wildcats IG, TCRS Twitter, TCRS Facebook,