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Best Mark Hurst podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Mark Hurst podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Join Saul Isaksson-Hurst, 10 years experience as a Technical Football Coach in the Premier League with Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC, as he chats to some of the words leaders in Youth Soccer Development. A podcast aimed at Soccer Players, Coaches and parents interested in the beautiful game and youth soccer player development.
 
The Datasaurus-Rex Podcast (https://datasaurus-rex.com/category/inspiration/podcast) was started with the goal to showcase amazing data visualizations and getting to know the creators behind them. Hosted by Tableau Zen Master (https://www.tableau.com/zen-masters) David Murphy, each episode will have a data visualization expert guest who will cover one of their most popular creations. We'll get to understand how the data viz was designed, created and what tips & techniques it's creator used, ...
 
Wake up to the best sports story you'll hear all day. Monday through Friday, host Mina Kimes brings you an inside look at the most interesting stories at ESPN, as told by the top reporters and insiders on the planet. The breaking news of SportsCenter. The deep dive storytelling of 30 for 30. Get the very best of ESPN. Daily.
 
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Ben Green's new book "The Smart Enough City" describes how cities can make use of digital technology, while preserving privacy and justice. Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Ben Green" - "Mark's comments after the interview" Steve Earle - "City of Immigrants"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/94402…
 
Five-star basketball recruit Makur Maker shocked the sports world with his decision to commit to Howard University in Washington, DC. That makes him the highest profile prospect in recent memory to choose an HBCU. In his first interview since the announcement, Makur joins the show today to explain his historic decision and discuss its significance …
 
MLS is back! The aptly titled MLS is Back Tournament kicks off tonight in Orlando, Florida at Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Despite FC Dallas being forced to pull out of the tournament after a rash of positive coronavirus tests, as well as the postponement of multiple matches, squads are set to square off in the Florida heat and…
 
Chess grandmasters need incredible amounts of brain power, and also extreme physical endurance, to take on their rivals. Major tournaments can run six hours a day, ten to twelve days in a row. Players might burn up to 6,000 calories and lose two pounds a day during these grueling matches. Today’s chess world champions might train with two hours a d…
 
For today’s show, a respin of one of our favorites. “Rudy” is a sports movie classic. And it defined the life of the actual man who inspired the story, Rudy Ruettiger, now in his 70s. Revered by many Notre Dame fans, Ruettiger is also plagued by critics over whether the movie exaggerated a plot point or two. ESPN’s Ryan McGee spent time with the re…
 
As NBA rosters take shape, the league and its players inch closer to a restart in the “clean site” of Orlando, Florida. The NBA is addressing players’ concerns around recent movements against racial and police injustice by painting “Black Lives Matter” on the courts, and many players are expected to kneel during the national anthem. As the league a…
 
Today is the day. After a more than a three month hiatus away from baseball, MLB players will report to their team facilities. There, they will first be tested for the coronavirus, as baseball makes its first steps toward playing a 2020 season. But questions remain about how the restart will play out. Considering baseball has eschewed the "bubble" …
 
Former Panthers QB Cam Newton is signing with the New England Patriots. Yes, you continue to read that correctly. After a quiet offseason for New England, many believed the Pats were sticking by their QB, Jarrett Stidham, thus leaving the AFC East wide open. But now that Newton is en route to Foxborough, many factors point to this being a match mad…
 
After winning three WNBA championships, two NCAA championships, and four Olympic gold medals, Sue Bird has seen it all in basketball. But. as she gets ready for her 19th season in the WNBA, Bird and the rest of the league are preparing for a season unlike any ever played before. After delaying opening tip-off by more than two months, the WNBA is co…
 
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, drawn-out broadcast drew ire from Cavaliers fans - who felt their homegrown star had betrayed them -…
 
College football faces a unique challenge to return. With hundreds of schools and thousands of players, there's no centralized "bubble" possible or even any centralized guidelines or decisions. At college programs throughout the country, schools are presenting players with waivers to sign that they accept the risks of training and playing amid the …
 
In skateboarding, one name still stands out above the rest: Tony Hawk. Hawk's career made him a superstar and brought newfound popularity to the sport in the 1990s. When the X Games started, it was a big change for the skate world, and Hawk was part of that evolution. On the 25th anniversary of the X Games, Tony Hawk chats with Mina Kimes about his…
 
Mark discusses Apple, eBay, facial rec, and the Zuck rant by Joe Scarborough. Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "David Heinemeier Hansson on Vergecast" - "Mark tells the eBay story" - "John Oliver on facial recognition" - "Joe Scarborough on Zuck" - "Leap Before You Look" Aztec Camera - "Jump"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/9412…
 
Negotiations between MLB and the players picked up last week, with both sides swapping proposals. The latest plan from the league is in the hands of the players, but we haven't seen a vote yet. On Sunday, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred sent a letter to MLBPA director Tony Clark with additional concessions. Meanwhile, a flurry of positive coronavirus …
 
On the field, NFL wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is known for his game-breaking speed. The new Philadelphia Eagle is not only one of the fastest players in the NFL, but also a former Olympian in the long jump. What's less known, is that Marquise and his wife Morgan work as advocates for parents who have suffered the loss of an infant. It's work tha…
 
Maya Moore was a WNBA superstar with multiple championships, Olympic gold medals and pretty much every achievement in the sport to her name...when she walked away from the game in 2019. Her reasons were mysterious at the time, but Moore's focus became clear: to free a man from prison who she believes has been wrongfully convicted. ESPN's Katie Barn…
 
The world's most popular sports league, the English Premier League, returns to action Wednesday, and who better to join ESPN Daily on this occasion than an original member of suboptimal radio, Men In Blazers' Roger Bennett? Roger and Mina discuss Liverpool's remarkable season thus far in their quest to win their first league championship in 30 year…
 
Proof that tech can be good: Jason Fried talks about launching Hey.com, a new email service that respects user privacy. Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Jason Fried" - "Mark's comments after the interview" A Frames - "Surveillance"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/93939…
 
It's been 22 years since the summer that changed baseball forever. After the strike of '94 threatened to turn off an entire generation to the game, the tape measure theatrics of McGwire and Sosa made fans fall in love with the national pastime again. The latest 30 for 30, "Long Gone Summer," which premieres this Sunday, chronicles the 1998 chase be…
 
Fight Island. It's happening. UFC President Dana White first brought it up as a live event solution for the pandemic, and everyone's been curious. Where is this island? How will the fights work? This week, White announced that Fight Island debuts on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi this July. ESPN's Ariel Helwani explains just how it's going to work, and wh…
 
Over the past two weeks, America has seen countless professional athletes speak out about racial inequality and police brutality. But increasingly, it's not just the pros who are making their voices heard. College players are becoming more and more vocal about issues of injustice within their own programs, and across campuses as well. Former Missou…
 
On Friday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized for not listening to players' concerns about police brutality and systemic racism, as well as their right to protest these issues. Unmentioned during Goodell's apology was Colin Kaepernick, the former 49ers QB whose protests during the national anthem in 2016 brought attention to issues of racial…
 
Chris Gilliard, on Big Tech companies expressing support for the black community (which is exploited by Big Tech) Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Chris Gilliard" - "Mark's comments after the interview" Andy Rehfeldt - "Can't Touch This / Tiny Dancer (Andy Rehfeldt mashup)"http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/93791…
 
The NBA is finally set to return in July, and players and owners have agreed on a format for the comeback. But which teams actually stand to benefit from the standings, what's the fate of those facing play-in games, and where does the draft lottery come into play? ESPN basketball insider Zach Lowe (and host of "The Lowe Post" podcast) explains what…
 
The death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer has spurred an outpouring of grief and anger across the sports world...and incited a conversation about race, power and privilege. Comments made by Drew Brees and others have been met with backlash from athletes, and the players everywhere are demanding their voices be heard. Bo…
 
René Meulensteen joins Saul to talk about his career and how he developed as a coach. From his start in Academy Football in Holland to being assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. René discusses the importance of ball mastery and 1v1 and how important it is not only in grass roots and academy football but at first team level also. If …
 
Major League Baseball superstar Andre Dawson was known as "The Hawk" in a stellar 21-season career with the Expos, Cubs and more. But, Dawson didn't know what life after pro ball would look like. Today, the Hall of Famer - who brought legions of fans to their feet in his day - owns and operates a funeral home in Florida. It's an unexpected turn for…
 
By many measures, quarterback Dak Prescott holds the keys for the Dallas Cowboys' success in the 2020 season. As of right now, he still doesn't have a contract extension. ESPN NFL insider Bill Barnwell calls the situation between Prescott and his team the "highest-stakes game of chicken in NFL history." He joins Mina Kimes to explain why Prescott h…
 
In recent days, the prospects for Major League Baseball's return in 2020 had looked increasingly shaky. MLB's plan to return to baseball was rejected by the players, and MLBPA's counter-proposal was met with equal skepticism by the owners. But yesterday, there appeared to be at least some reason for hope, as sources say MLB is willing to pay player…
 
Ryan Walsh discusses OpenAI Jukebox and how AI-generated music could affect working musicians. Tomaš Dvořák - "Game Boy Tune" - "Mark's intro" - "Interview with Ryan Walsh, Part 1" OpenAI Jukebox - "Rock, in the style of Elvis Presley" - "Interview with Ryan Walsh, Part 2" OpenAI Jukebox - "Dream Pop, in the style of Marissa Nadler" - "Quiz Time" O…
 
Protests that began in the Twin Cities over the killing of George Floyd continue to spread and intensify across the United States and beyond. We're joined by Ryan Saunders, head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves. The 34-year-old Minnesota native grew up in the world of basketball, as son of the late Minnesota college and NBA coach Flip Saunders. …
 
Stefano Pasquinelli joins Saul to talk about his Journey that has taken him from the Academies of Atalanta and A.C Milan to his current role as Head of Academy 7-13 Year Olds at Lazio.Stefano discusses the methodologies at the clubs where he has coached and the importance of Ball Mastery and 1V1 at Lazio.…
 
The Buffalo Bills have long stood in the looming shadow of their AFC East rivals, the New England Patriots. But now, with Tom Brady departed for Tampa Bay, the division is up for grabs for the first time in nearly a decade. For the Bills, it all comes down to third year quarterback Josh Allen, who's earned his fair share of admirers and skeptics in…
 
Ramon Sosa was a beloved boxing coach based in Houston. He ran a gym with his wife and served as a mentor to many young fighters. So how did he end up in the middle of nowhere, lying at the bottom of an unmarked grave, and live to tell the tale? ESPN's Tisha Thompson shares a wild story of murder-for-hire, secret recordings and the staged death tha…
 
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