ä¸‹é˘čŻˇĺŹé™ˆčŠ¸çš„ćŠĽé“ă€‚Preliminary post-mortem findings have revealed the Melbourne Cup favourite "Admire Rakti" suffered a fatal heart attack, minutes after the race.
The pre-race favourite was one of two horses to die in the wake of the race, prompting calls for re... Nov 07, 2014
RACING - The furore over the deaths of two runners in tuesday's Melbourne Cup continues to escalate, after footage emerged of the racegoer who spooked Araldo.The man was seen waving an Australian flag as the field made their way back to the mounting yard after the race, and the movement caused Araldo to shy into… Original article here: http://nirs.org.au/news/trainer-calls-for-increased-security-after-cup-deaths
HORSE RACING - With calls from animal rights activists for a tightening of rules and a ban on whipping becoming increasingly insistent, the results of the autopsy into the death of Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti indicate that the horse died a heart attack.The pre race favourite, the winner of the Caulfield Cup a fortnight… Original article here: http://nirs.org.au/news/calls-for-greater-scrutiny-after-cup-deaths
Tim Harford asks if the World Cup is to blame for migrant deaths in Qatar. And we solve the fiendish maths exam question that baffled students so much it became a trend on Twitter. Published on June 6, 2015.
On today's Jimbo-less edition of Football Weekly, charming host Dave Farrar has James Horncastle, Barry Glendenning and - tin hats at the ready - Fernando Duarte for company as they reflect on a weekend of FA Cup drama and look forward to some cracking games in the Champions League.
Arsenal and Manchester City avenged their recent league defeats to Liverpool and Chelsea, but do they have what it takes to grab an advantage in their home ties against Bayern Munich and Barcelona?
Next, we get ourselves acquainted with Felix Magath, the new and ever-so-slightly sadistic new manager of Fulham after the Cottagers decided to ditch poor old René Meulensteen.
Finally, our fiery Latin friend fills us in the progress of the hosts ahead of this summer's World Cup in Brazil.
Rafa Honigstein and Iain Macintosh will be with us on Thursday, and hopefully you will be too.
The World Cup ought to come with a warning label.
Alcohol-related accidents and deaths go up when national teams play.
In Colombia, authorities have their eyes on Friday.
And Colombia's quarter-final against Brazil.
By law, some of Colombia's bars will go dry before the game even kicks off.
Fans are none too happy.
Our report from Bogota, and the news, on The World.
The 2014 Melbourne cup has been marred by the tragic death of two horses - the favourite Admire Rakti who died of a heart failure and Araldo who died after suffering a broken leg. The deaths have renewed calls for horse racing reform, or even an outright ban from hardline animal activists. David, Mark and Jane are joined by Dr. Darien Feary, an Equine medicine specialist from Adelaide University for her insights.
Welcome to Jurassic Park! Or at least welcome to the Jurassic World Cup Trivia Game! This is Round 2 (AKA the semifinals) of the tournament and thus, is the second of three episodes I'll be releasing to cover the tournament.
In Round 2, the contestants play the Dino Deaths Game. I provide them with the name of a character from the franchise and they have to tell me which dinosaur killed that character. Tune in to see who advances to the Championship!
Qatar's construction frenzy ahead of the 2022 World Cup is on course to cost the lives of at least 4,000 migrant workers before a ball is kicked, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has claimed.
The group has been scrutinising builders' deaths in the Gulf emirate for the past two years and said that at least half a million extra workers from countries including Nepal, India and Sri Lanka are expected to flood in to complete stadiums, hotels and infrastructure in time for the World Cup kickoff.
The annual death toll among those working on building sites could rise to 600 a year – almost a dozen a week – unless the Doha government makes urgent reforms, it says.
The ITUC has based the estimate on current mortality figures for Nepalese and Indian workers who form the bulk of Qatar's 1.2 million-strong migrant workforce, the large majority of whom are builders.
While it admits that the cause of death is not clear for many of the deceased – with autopsies often not being conducted and routine attribution to heart failure – it believes harsh and dangerous conditions at work and cramped and squalid living quarters are to blame.
The stark warning came after a Guardian investigation revealed that 44 Nepalese workers died from 4 June-8 August this year, about half from heart failure or workplace accidents.
Workers described forced labour in 50C heat, employers who retain salaries for several months and passports making it impossible for them to leave and being denied free drinking water. The investigation found sickness is endemic among workers living in overcrowded and insanitary conditions and hunger has been reported. Thirty Nepalese construction workers took refuge in the their country's embassy and subsequently left the country, after they claimed they received no pay.
The Indian ambassador in Qatar said 82 Indian workers died in the first five months of this year and 1,460 complained to the embassy about labour conditions and consular problems. More than 700 Indian workers died in Qatar between 2010 and 2012.
Adam Gilchrist gives us his perspective on the big news in the United Kingdom.
- Rally Deaths (3 elderly rally spectators have been killed).
- Missing in Malaysia (the search for a British charity worker).
- World Cup Corruption (a call for a rebid for the 2022 Soccer World Cup).
- The Boring Conference (where the very boring becomes quite interesting).
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1st Segment- We talk all sports news/updates. NBA, MLB, NFL, World Cup, Wrestling, etc.
2nd Segment - Video Games being Remastered, Twitch Talk, etc.
3rd Segment- Celeb deaths and their impacts
This week's LIST: Top 5 Most Influential Celebrity Deaths
Episode 22: Sis It’s A Situationship
Kick back and sip your favorite bottle of wine or your favorite cup of tea while Dee and Ral spill some NOLA tea. This segment of SDNT they discuss; the latest NOLA news,NOLA life experiences, K.T.S.E , Recent deaths of XXX and Junior, healthy vagina tips , and Hot Tea Mail .
I was having a cup of coffee at Maui Coffee Roasters the day of 9/11. All the deaths and injuries that have come from this "war on terror," I kept remembering back to the 60s and Vietnam - even in high school, we had kids speaking out.
The hundred and sixty-fifth episode of Hand Of Pod was recorded late in the week, because Friday was the fourth anniversary - one whole World Cup cycle! - of our first ever episode going online. Sam is joined by one of the HOPers from that first episode, English Dan, as well as by Andrés, Peter and Gustavo, to look back on a week which had just about everything in Argentine football; a highly controversial refereeing performance, a tightening title race as River Plate's club record unbeaten run finally came to an end, the Argentine FA making more changes to the structure of the next few championships, football-related deaths in depressing quantities, and a lot more besides. We also asked you, the listeners, to tweet and email us some of your favourite Argentine football memories from the last four years. We hope you've enjoyed the ride so far, as we embark on our fifth year...
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From the hills of Columbia?
The Duncan Hills will awake you,
From a thousand deaths.
A cup of blackened blood.
I'm dying for a cup.
French Vanilla Roast.
You're dying for a cup.
Prepare for ultimate flavor...
You're gonna get some, NOW!
And scream, for your cream!
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