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I was unable to write "...with United Health Care Cycling team's Benjamin Day" this time as Ben formally retired from professional racing following yesterday's final stage of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. After a 17 year racing career, Ben decided it was time to focus on his coaching business 'Day by Day Coaching'. Ben will give us his final recap of the 2014 USPCC. It was an understandably emotional finish for Day but he's excited about the future.
United Health Care Cycling Team's Benjamin Day joins us to discuss Stage 5 of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. This stage’s serene first 80 miles hide a vicious finish and a last chance for climbing specialists to really make a move. Starting in the new host community of Woodland Park, Stage 5 heads west then north through some of the most picturesque terrain in Colorado. A quiet run through the Pike National Forest on Tarryall Rd., which was unpaved until just last year, and the riders will christen it properly with high speeds and lots of breakaway attempts. The action really starts when the race hits Fairplay and begins the long grind up 11,500 ft. Hoosier Pass, the highest point in the race. Then it is on to Breckenridge, where last year’s challenging finish up Moonstone Rd. will be repeated again. This nasty little climb can kill a break or launch a winner.
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Joe works extensively with both patients and professionals on the Family-Approach to Diabetes Management. He works with pediatric patients and their families in hospital clinics and private physicians’ offices, and conducts workshops nationally and abroad for parents to help them cope with their child’s diagnosis and daily challenge of living with diabetes. He designs educational and counseling programs for both children and adults with diabetes, as well as seminars for health care professionals on integrating family therapy into clinical practice.
He is a faculty member of the Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Institute and Children with Diabetes. As President of A Mile In My Shoes, Joe provides consulting expertise to pharmaceutical companies and health care marketing firms in the development of unique and positive partnerships among healthcare professionals, patients and products.
Joe has appeared in San Francisco/Bay Area newspapers, local and national television and radio, as well as NPR's “All Things Considered”.
Gavin Mannion - the newest member of Team Garmin Sharp - joins us this evening for a look at Stage 2 of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. Alex Howes of Garmin Sharp took possession of the Leader's Jersey today racing through some truly awful weather conditions. Stage 2 opened fast by ripping down the Aspen Valley through the sprint cities of Basalt and Carbondale before tackling the 8,700 ft. McClure Pass. A short descent brings the race to Gunnison County road 12, which is a 20-mile rollercoaster that constantly changes from pavement to dirt and back again, while topping out at 9,900 ft. over Kebler Pass. A technical descent into Crested Butte brings the race back to familiar terrain. As in 2011 and 2012, the race will finish up with a sprint through downtown Crested Butte and the steep finish climb up to Mt. Crested Butte.
United Health Care's Ben Day checks in from the US Pro Cycling Challenge with Stage 1 details. Stage 1 is the Aspen Circuit Race. The Aspen/Snowmass Circuit may be short on distance, but it packs a punch. At 65 miles (3 laps of nearly 22 miles each), and 2,300 ft. of climbing per lap with minimal recovery, this circuit puts the “challenge” in USA Pro Challenge. Each lap will see the riders grind up to Snowmass Village, then a quick descent leads to two short but steep climbs, and a quick loop through downtown before doing it all again. Pair that with a starting elevation of 7,900 ft. and you have one tough opening day.
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We’ll be talking about how to garden year round without benefit (or reliance) on artificial light or heat sources, the varieties of vegetables to choose for such conditions, cold frame and hotbed construction, when to use a cold frame versus a hotbed, and everything else you need to know to keep your family eating fresh year round – no matter where you live – – Just like our ancestors did.After all, soon it will be time to plan and get the winter garden started!
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Marcia Lyons is a producer, director, writer who focuses on character driven storytelling, migrating between scalable digital forms and mainstream TV, film and commercials. Marcia's international globetrotting has expanded her creative vision and led to a collaboration with filmmaker Peter Jackson.
When we walk by faith and not by sight we are clothed in the spirit of the Lord. He is our eyes. He knows what lies ahead our turning point starts now. A new beginning, a new person, a new faith in Christ. Take off your shoes Moses you are standing on Holy Ground. The bush still burns. Follow His directions through the rain, wind, storms and shame. Your feet are anointed. He will wash y.our sins away. Your steps are ordered by the Lord.
Freelance cycling journalist Jen See (Bicycling Magazine, Velo, Mountain Flyer) joins host Ted Burns to talk about the 2014 Giro Rosa which starts Friday, July 4th. Jen discusses how to get Giro Rosa updates and which women are looking strong this year. Jen also discusses discusses Marianne Vos, who many belive to be the best cyclist in the world. Jen intereviwed Vos at length for a feature article which ran in a recent issue of Bicycling Magazine.
Tonight we discussed "Elephant Winter", written by Kim Echlin ~ the second fictional novel acquisitioned by Stana's Production Company Sine Timore: www.stanakatic.com/sine-timore
Note: there are several book cover versions for this fictional novel which can be purchased in paperback and hardcover
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