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Maradona's Failed Doping Test  

In June 1994 the Argentine soccer superstar failed a routine drugs test and was expelled from the USA 1994 World Cup. It signalled the end of his dazzling international career. Mike Lanchin has been speaking to Dr Roberto Peidro, who was part of Argentina's medical staff at the tournament. Photo: Diego Maradona leaves the field for a routine drugs test, accompanied by a FIFA nurse, June 25 1994 (Getty)

Reportagem alemã que denuncia doping no futebol brasileiro não pode ficar sem resposta  

Responsável pela matéria, rede de TV ARD é a mesma que divulgou casos de doping na Rússia, deixando a delegação do país fora da Rio 2016. A reportagem é séria e cuidadosa. Mesmo assim, as autoridades do Ministério Público paulista, que recebeu o relatório da Autoridade Brasileira de Controle de Dopagem, fingem não saber da gravidade das denúncias.

Reportagem alemã que denuncia doping no futebol brasileiro não pode ficar sem resposta  

Responsável pela matéria, rede de TV ARD é a mesma que divulgou casos de doping na Rússia, deixando a delegação do país fora da Rio 2016. A reportagem é séria e cuidadosa. Mesmo assim, as autoridades do Ministério Público paulista, que recebeu o relatório da Autoridade Brasileira de Controle de Dopagem, fingem não saber da gravidade das denúncias.

Reportagem alemã que denuncia doping no futebol brasileiro não pode ficar sem resposta  

Responsável pela matéria, rede de TV ARD é a mesma que divulgou casos de doping na Rússia, deixando a delegação do país fora da Rio 2016. A reportagem é séria e cuidadosa. Mesmo assim, as autoridades do Ministério Público paulista, que recebeu o relatório da Autoridade Brasileira de Controle de Dopagem, fingem não saber da gravidade das denúncias.

10.06.2017 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr  

Themen der Sendung: Die Linke debattiert auf Parteitag in Hannover, Merkel besucht Mexiko, Trump zur Aussage unter Eid bereit, Brasiliens Präsident Temer von Korruptionsverdacht freigesprochen, Wahlbeginn in französichen Überseegebieten, Umweltbundesamt warnt vor steigenden Trinkwasserpreisen, Opel Chef Neumann steht kurz vor Rücktritt, UN-Konferenz zum Schutz der Ozeane schließt mit gemeinsamer Erklärung, Eröffnung der Documenta in Kassel, Nach ARD-Recherche: Doping Vorwürfe in Brasilien, Ostapenko gewinnt French Open, Düsseldorf ist Deutscher Meister im Tischtennis, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

10.06.2017 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr  

Themen der Sendung: Die Linke debattiert auf Parteitag in Hannover, Merkel besucht Mexiko, Trump zur Aussage unter Eid bereit, Brasiliens Präsident Temer von Korruptionsverdacht freigesprochen, Wahlbeginn in französichen Überseegebieten, Umweltbundesamt warnt vor steigenden Trinkwasserpreisen, Opel Chef Neumann steht kurz vor Rücktritt, UN-Konferenz zum Schutz der Ozeane schließt mit gemeinsamer Erklärung, Eröffnung der Documenta in Kassel, Nach ARD-Recherche: Doping Vorwürfe in Brasilien, Ostapenko gewinnt French Open, Düsseldorf ist Deutscher Meister im Tischtennis, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

10.06.2017 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr  

Themen der Sendung: Die Linke debattiert auf Parteitag in Hannover, Merkel besucht Mexiko, Trump zur Aussage unter Eid bereit, Brasiliens Präsident Temer von Korruptionsverdacht freigesprochen, Wahlbeginn in französichen Überseegebieten, Umweltbundesamt warnt vor steigenden Trinkwasserpreisen, Opel Chef Neumann steht kurz vor Rücktritt, UN-Konferenz zum Schutz der Ozeane schließt mit gemeinsamer Erklärung, Eröffnung der Documenta in Kassel, Nach ARD-Recherche: Doping Vorwürfe in Brasilien, Ostapenko gewinnt French Open, Düsseldorf ist Deutscher Meister im Tischtennis, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

Gain Without the Pain: Legal Drugs in Sport  

Painkillers in sport: a form of legal doping or an excessive reliance on medication that puts the long-term health of athletes in jeopardy? With evidence of widespread use of over the counter anti-inflammatories to support performance or recovery at amateur level, File on 4 looks asks if there is enough regulation of painkilling drugs in sport across the ranks. About half of players competing at the past three World Cups routinely took non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, according to research carried out by FIFA's former chief medical officer, Prof Jiri Dvorak. For him, this clearly constitutes the abuse of drugs in football, one which risks player's health and could "potentially" have life-threatening implications. But is the sports community taking these warnings seriously enough? Professor Dvorak first warned about the long-term implications of players misusing painkillers in 2012 - has anything changed? Industry insiders their concerns about pain killer use in professional sport - including one former rugby international who says he developed serious long-term health problems as a result. And with evidence that even paracetamol can have a performance enhancing effect, how can sports regulators control substances that can give a competitive advantage but are widely available over the counter? With tales of athletes receiving pain relief in order to compete with broken toes or even a fractured bone in their back, we explore the lengths some may go to in order to stay in the game and ask if some sports are risking long-term harm by chasing short-term goals. Producer: Alys Harte Reporter: Beth McLeod.

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Die andere Seite der Medaille - Doping in Westdeutschland  

Autor: May, Philipp;Rudde, Bastian
Sendung: Hintergrund
Hören bis: 02.12.2017 17:40

Doping  - Die Mär von  der weißen westdeutschen Weste  
Hier der saubere westdeutsche Sportsmann, dort der gedopte Ost-Athlet. Dieses Bild hat man in der alten Bundesrepublik gerne gepflegt. Doch mehr und mehr Studien und Zeitzeugenberichte offenbaren es als ein Zerrbild. Auch im Westen wurde gedopt, wenn auch nicht systematisch, aber wohl mit Duldung durch die Politik.

Von Philipp May und Bastian Rudde
www.deutschlandfunk.de, Hintergrund
Hören bis: 02.12.2017 17:40
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Doping  - Die Mär von  der weißen westdeutschen Weste  
Hier der saubere westdeutsche Sportsmann, dort der gedopte Ost-Athlet. Dieses Bild hat man in der alten Bundesrepublik gerne gepflegt. Doch mehr und mehr Studien und Zeitzeugenberichte offenbaren es als ein Zerrbild. Auch im Westen wurde gedopt, wenn auch nicht systematisch, aber wohl mit Duldung durch die Politik.

Von Philipp May und Bastian Rudde
www.deutschlandfunk.de, Hintergrund
Hören bis: 02.12.2017 17:40
Direkter Link zur Audiodatei


253: Koper, Asian Champs, Osijek and Youcan is back  
IN THE NEWS

In the news Spencer and Jessica chat about:

Koper World Challenge Cup in Slovenia (results) Larisa Iordache BB  "Flavinha" (Flavia Saraiva) fell on a dance skill  Almost dies on floor, but she’s fine Champaign for all the winners Canadian gymnast Ellie Black scores triple silver Meet the Whittenburg - A TRIPLE PIKE OFF RINGS Eddie Penev won floor... but his 9.65 E score for his stuck upright landing Shewmanar vault Osijek World Cup in Croatia (results); Irish 17-year-old Rhys McClenaghan won pommel because you have to stay on the horse people! Obsessed with Kirill Prokopev FX - flares Shelgunova challenges Flavia’s choreography fall Thais Fidelis Dos Santos won BB and floor and her back handspring arabian is HUGE! Asian Championships It's one million degrees in Thailand and the training hall was outside. Despite FIG recommendation for a heat index equal to or less than 39 Tingting won all the things South Korea/North Korea world peace picture NHK Trophy Kenzo almost beat Kohei in the AA with his 15.900 (7.2 D) on FX Kohei’s 40th straight victory in an AA meet GYMTERNET NEWS

Our weekly roundup of the latest news stories from around the gymternet include:

Technology & Gymnastics What we want to see mainstreamed in gymnastics to prevent injury and aid judging The My USAgym app The new concussion detection test that uses spit to identify brain injury in juveniles. Robo judging with 3D lasers NCAA Happenings: Georgia hires Courtney Kupets and dun dun dunnnnnnn volunteer Suzanne Yoculan Mckenzie Wofford is undergoing surgery for her scoliosis Zoe Draghi's speech from women's gymnastics' annual banquet at Cal LSU gymnast Lexie Priessman won SEC title on torn knee cartilage, coach D-D Breaux says Missouri Gymnastics Stolen Money and Team Policies Missouri Gymnastics posts abnormally high departure numbers Morgan Porter pleaded guilty to stealing over $700 from her teammate. The teammate was "released" from the team while Porter only missed one meet after her arrest Insane Skill News Miyachi Hidetaka double twisting laid out kovacs. Manrique casually does a one-armed giant out of your Kolman Eddie Penev attempted a front double layout half-out At age 38, Mohini Bhardwaj hits bhs layout stepout on high beam Aliya Mustafina interview USA Gymnastics won't buy famed Karolyi ranch after all. Hummm, wonder why? Who's coaching your kids? Background checks not required in NC USA Gymnastics Sexual Abuse Investigation: Deposition in sexual abuse case delayed to allow former USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny to attend Indy 500 parties. Not a joke folks! Nassar May 12th Hearing: John Geddert allegedly walked in on Larry abusing one of the victims and said, “That must have hurt” Plaintiff Rachael Denhollander destroyed Nassar's defense team! Nassar's defense is that children don't understand the difference between sexual assault and legitimate medical procedures performed without gloves, parental notification, consent or explanation. Seems legit. Nassar hearing continues this Friday, May 26th.  News reports: Details from preliminary hearing for Larry Nassar Three alleged victims testify against Nassar in graphic, tense court hearing Nassar attorneys quiz women on whether treatments helped "My trust had been used against me as a weapon, and I never wanted to trust again" - Denhollander Meet the 7 women and girls testifying against Larry Nassar on Friday Bill requiring Olympic sports organizations to report sex abuse allegations advances Senator Diane Feinstein introduced her bill (S534), read the text of the bill here and her press release here. Call your representative (find them here) to thank or tell them to pass this bill! To support the victims use hashtag #GymJaneDoe British Gymnastics continues to be amazing. Love to Move is a chair based activity program to fight dementia FEEDBACK The body shaming of McKayla Maroney Pregnancy Doping - the science behind the myth explained! Episode 252 Myths, Legends and Unexpected Moments Commissioned show feedback: David Henderson at the 2000 Pontiac International Team Championships. The pommel broke off in his hand and the shards on the pommel base ripped his pants. Rianna Mizzen (AUS) had to call animal control to remove this snake from her gym.  Khorkina is the VBBF (VBBF pronounced phonetically = eponymous skill on every event) THIS WEEK'S INTERVIEW

Jessica Steyers, former competitive gymnast, NBC Olympic gymnastics producer and who is now a NY licensed clinical social worker certified trauma psychotherapist. We discuss:

Red flags and warning signs How to help if a victim comes to you If USAG's response on social media hurt or helped victims The line between grooming and healthy coach-athlete bond How listeners can support victims NBC's on-air interview with Nastia

Resources: The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453) is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Serving the United States, its territories, and Canada, the hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors who, through interpreters, can provide assistance in over 170 languages. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, literature, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. All calls are confidential. Here is a list of all the Child Protective Services hotlines in the country. Stopitnow.org has great information on spotting behavioral signs in adults

SUPPORT THE SHOW Join Club Gym Nerd here. Buy one of our awesome shirts here. RELATED EPISODES 252: Myths, Legends and Unexpected Moments in Gymnastics History (Commissioned) 246: Kathy Johnson Clarke Regionals Preview Episode 15: Joan Ryan Author of Little Girls in Pretty Boxes Episode 17: Growing Up In The Soviet Gymnastics System And Training At Round Lake Episode 31: Elise Ray Episode 28: Kristen Maloney Episode 33: Simone Biles & Her Coaches 187: McKayla Maroney 163: ENOUGH Episode 56: Preventing Abuse in Gymnastics 63: Doctor Larry Nassar 245: Steve Penny is GONE 244: Russian Nationals & Gymnix 2017 243: Senate Bill 534 242: Standards 241: The Pittsburgh Incident 240: Chalkography 239: Elite Canada, Reykjavik & NCAA Olympic/World Championship Team Members Competing in College Gymnastics in 2017
Trump Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall  

President Trump becomes the first sitting US President to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem and says he is optimistic about chances for a peace deal in the Middle East. Also in the programme: Russia warned on doping and femicide in South Africa. (Picture: Trump leaves a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. credit: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

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Gendoping  

- De nieuwste revolutie in dopingland heet gendoping. Daarmee zorg je ervoor dat je lichaam zelf doping aan gaat maken. Hoe werkt dat? Reporter Radio, iedere zondag tussen 19:00 en 20:00 uur. Reacties, vragen en tips: reporterradio@kro-ncrv.nl of @reporterradio1

Giro d’Italia stage 13: Reggio Emilia – Tortona  

Stage 13 of the Giro d’Italia was completely flat and was always likely to end in a sprint and so it proved, although the wind threatened to make for a nervous afternoon. In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss Fernando Gaviria’s fourth and best Giro stage win, and attempt to explain the nuances of the breakaways. We also hear from Stefano Zanatta, directeur sportif of the Bardiani team that has lost Stefano Pirazzi and Nicola Ruffoni after positive doping tests before the race. Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas has left the race because of an injured knee following his crash on the road to Blockhaus and we hear from Sky’s Dave Brailsford about the decision not to go any further. And, as we are deep in Fausto Coppi’s country, we remember the Italian legend who won the Giro five times and died in 1960 at the age of 40. Finally, we look ahead to Saturday’s stage to Oropa, where the battle for the pink jersey will resume. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport.

Helmut Pabst, Ex-Doping-Kontrolleur - 18.05.2017  

im Gespräch mit Matthias Dänzer-Vanotti zur Rolle von Whistleblowern

Grundstein für Dt. Hochschule für Körperkultur (am 17.05.1952)  

Als "Diplomaten im Trainingsanzug" sollten sie der DDR weltweit zu Ruhm und Anerkennung verhelfen. So förderte die SED-Regierung den Spitzensport mit viel Geld, leider auch mit Doping. Als wahre Kader-Schmiede galt die"Deutsche Hochschule für Körperkultur in Leipzig". Heute vor 65 Jahren wurde ihr Grundstein gelegt. Autor: Ariane Hoffmann.

252: Myths, Legends, and Unexpected Moments in Gymnastics History  

Welcome to another commissioned episode. Club Gym Nerd member, Alison, helped support the podcast by asking us to talk about the greatest myths, legends and unexpected moments in gymnastics history.  Thank you so much Alison!  Spencer, and Jessica chat about:

Greatest Myths: Menstruation, height, beam width, Raducan's gold medal, and pregnancy doping Legends: Age stereotype-defining heroes in the Olympics and NCAA from Chusovitina to Daria Bijak Innovators from Mo Huilan, Hali Sheriff, to Elvira Teza The 1974 NCAA Championship streaker Champions from Khorkina, Shun Fujimoto, Gabby Douglas and Vera Caslavska Unexpected Moments The vault height during the all-around final at the Sydney Olympics 2004 Olympics men's gymnastics multifaceted debacle Wildlife Age falsification. Why do only the Asian countries get punished? Lingerie gymnastics The judge who gave an impossible score Tie breakers, wooden legs, circus discrimination, and that one time when Alijaz Pegan broke the P-bars SUPPORT THE SHOW Join Club Gym Nerd here or commission your own episode. Buy one of our awesome goodies here. RELATED EPISODES 228: Leotards (Commissioned) 225: 1992 Olympics Recap with Wendy Bruce (Commissioned) 185: 2008 Olympic All-Around Finals (Commissioned)
Secret #1: How To Outspend EVERYONE Profitably  

Marketing Secret #1 will explain the concept of “whoever can spend the most money to acquire a customer wins” and how you can do it quickly without raising money.

On the first episode of Marketing Secrets Podcast, Russell talks about the first secret of marketing, which is Don't Cheat! Here are some of the awesome things you will get to hear in today's episode:

When it comes to building your business, taking money from venture capitalists is like cheating. How you can build your business without accepting money from VC's by reading Russell's books. And find out what kinds of things you can expect in future episodes of Marketing Secrets podcast. So listen below to find out why taking money from VC's is cheating, and how you can still be successful without it.

---Transcript---

What’s up everybody, I want to welcome you to today, the very first day of the official Marketing Secrets podcast. I am so insanely excited. This is something I’ve honestly wanted to change this for a long time. So for those who are just tuning in for the first time ever, for the last I don’t even know now, 4 or 5 years, my podcast has been called Marketing In Your Car which I record while I’m in my car. And it’s been really, really nice and I’ve always kind of liked it. I had the idea almost 15 years ago probably, when I bought the domain. Maybe less, maybe 12 I don’t know.

And then that’s when podcasts first came out, and then I didn’t launch the podcast and then a few years later, I finally did launch the podcast and I was like alright. Oh, and I had a friend Paul Callagan, who’s like one of the podcast dudes. He had this guy write a jingle for me, it was kind of a cheesy jingle, if you listen to episodes one through a hundred or so, you heard it over and over again.

But I was launching it so I was like, I’m just going to do it and we’re going to use that because, why not. I got nothing else. So that’s how the whole thing began and the first hundred episodes had that cheesy song. And it was while I was in my car driving to the office every single day. And then in that time, a lot of stuff happened. We had this idea for Clickfunnels, we launched it, and I documented a lot of that story behind the scenes, which is kind of fun. How we basically went from zero to ten million to 30 million to, I don’t even know what we’re up to now, but it’s a lot. I think this year we’ll pass 100 million dollars collected through Clickfunnels, since it began 2 ½ years ago. Which is pretty exciting for me and for everybody.

And you guys have been, had a chance to kind of see that whole progression and documentation of that, which is cool. And then, again after that episode 100 everyone kept telling me how much they hated the theme song. But I didn’t have another one, so I really quickly changed it, just by myself, which was kind of annoying. I changed it just to make it better, but it was still kind of, I didn’t really love it. So episode 100 to maybe 250 was another one. And then, by that time we were launching Funnel Hacker TV, which is our online reality, which if you’re not listening go to funnelhacker.tv and you can watch all the episodes. It’s something I’m really proud of.

Anyway, so I tried to match the theme song to that one, and it kind of was okay, but wasn’t as good. Anyway, I’ve had a long time desire to change it. Even though, right now we’re in the top ten podcast in business all the time, and it’s called Marketing In Your Car, I still have people that are like, “oh You’re that marketing in your car thing.” I’m like, “Yeah, it’s bigger than that. It’s awesome.”

So anyway, a little while ago, John Reese, I saw on Facebook he was selling Marketingsecrets.com, and I was like, oh that is it. That is the name of the podcast. I can’t rebrand it to something stupid. If I’m going to rebrand it it’s got to be something amazing and when I saw that I was like that’s it. We were able to get the domain name, and now we’re branding it.

Last  week I wrote a pitch for the intro and then I loved and then Steven, and then we recorded it in our sound booth, and Steven went and did all this audio editing. And I had Brandon make some video trailers and bumpers for it. And now it’s all done and they turned out really, really cool. In fact, you guys probably heard it today, if you’re listening. If you’re on YouTube, we’re also posting these on YouTube, and in fact, I’m videotaping this right. I’ve actually on my rear view mirror, I’ve hooked my camera. It’s kind of Jimmy rigged, hooked on there. So now I’m going to have a video and audio version of each one, just because I thought it would be kind of cool.  So that’s what we’re doing.

Anyway, it’s turned out really good and I’m proud of it. Now a couple of things as you listen to the intro, you’ll notice one thing, I kind of made fun of, as I often do, people that take on money in their business. That’s what I actually wanted to talk about on today’s secret number one.

So I’ve been listening to a lot of Gary Vaynerchuk lately and it’s interesting because he’s always talking about all these businesses and entrepreneurs and taking capital. What to do and what not to do. And then last night it was funny because he actually even said himself, “I never took on money in my businesses, I made money.” And it’s funny. I’ve had other people who tried to convince me to take on money and then as I talked to them later they are like, “Well I would never do it for my own company.” I’m like, “Exactly.”

The interesting thing is that I feel like people that take on money are cheating. I potentially am going to be doing a keynote at a big famous university later on this year. I’m not sure yet, it hasn’t been finalized. I’m going to kind of hold off the details until it is. But I already started writing the presentation because I got so excited. In fact, if I write a book number 4, which I think I might, this will be the topic of the book, probably. Unless I change it, I don’t know. Some of you guys might be thinking, “Book number 4 Russell? You only have two books right now.” So we’ve got Dotcom Secrets, book number one. Expert Secrets, which the launch ended last night, we are almost 50,000 books sold, we’ll probably pass that today, which is insane.

Especially when you put it in perspective, like New York Times, most people sell about 10,000 copies to get on the New York Times Bestsellers list. We’ve sold about 50,000 but we’re not on the New York Times list, why? Because they’re punks, to be completely honest. Their reporting stuff is all jacked up. I tried to get on the list with Dotcom Secrets, and we sold 3 more times than we needed to and we still couldn’t get on the list. So they’re against people like me, people who like to sell books. Weird. New York Times Bestsellers. Whatever.

In fact, if you go to russellbrunson.com, the first post I’m kind of documenting my journey from zero to a million books there. And I tell the story about New York Times there. I digress, so book number three, if I decide to write a third book, which I will. I think this will be a trilogy and then the series will be done. But we have obviously, Dotcom Secrets, Expert Secrets, and then I recently bought traffic secrets.com from John Reese, and that will probably be the third book in the trilogy and then it will be done.

And then from a separate standpoint, I want to write a book about this. Again, this will be the keynote speech I give at this famous university if I am able to. The title is going to be Stop Cheating. Stop Cheating! And it’s going to be like how we went from zero to 100 million dollars in 2….again, I don’t know exactly what the date is going to be because we haven’t crossed it yet. 2 years, 200 days and 9 hours, whatever it is. To 100 million dollars without taking on venture capitalist, or venture cash.

Because I think that taking on cash is cheating. Think about this, if you were in a body building competition and everyone was competing, working their butts off, and you came in and shot up steroids into your arms and veins and everything and went out there, they would disqualify you for cheating. If you were in the Olympics and everyone is competing as athletes, they’re all working hard, lifting weights, training, and you come in and you’re built up on steroids and you’re doing blood doping and all these other things, guess what they’re going to do? They’re going to kick you out for cheating.

So that is the equivalent of what I feel taking venture capitalists. You’re an entrepreneur. You’re out there trying to build a company and if you go and you just get a bunch of cash, then guess what you didn’t do, you didn’t freaking build a company. You cheated. Somebody gave you steroids. That’s not real, it’s not legitimate, it’s all fake. And I want you guys to understand that. It’s a big deal. It’s like, I have friends who play the lotto, for some reason here in Idaho they have the lottery, and I have friends who play the lottery. They think it’s the cool thing. They’re like, “Someday I’ll win the lotto and then I’ll be rich and famous like you.” I’m like, “You will never be rich and famous. Do you want to know why? Because if you win the lottery, you cheated. No one cares, that story’s not interesting. You didn’t earn it, you didn’t deserve it. Just because you got it, does not mean it’s actually yours. You cheated.”

So that’s like, that’s cheating. So the same way you don’t win the lotto, the same way you don’t do steroids, the same way you don’t do all these kind of things, is the same way you shouldn’t be taking on venture capital cash for your company. You should build a freaking company. You should bootstrap, do it the right way. There’s my rant for the day. And anyone who is trying to think otherwise is just stupid. A couple reasons why.

Number one, you’re taking on money, so that means you’re

10.05.2017 Her og Nå  

Rektorene i Trondheim ber foreldre være på vakt mot selvmord. Slutt på penger til kommersielle barnehager i Trondheim og Oslo. Fikk overraskende invitasjon til kongeparets bursdagsmiddag Kristne fosterforeldre. (debatt) Trump sparket FBI-sjefen. Nordmann leder for Europas studenter Over 100 tatt for doping etter OL i Beijing og London Bonde bygger Norges største sauefjøs etter brann.

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