Tuesday on the Dose, we look at a few breaking news stories, including a new coaching hire in the NBA, some fence mending in San Antonio, and what could be the most interesting heavyweight fight in recent memory.
Then, we are joined by a long time friend of the show and soccer expert to discuss World Cup 2018! Which teams are going to be worth tuning in for? Which players might be good enough to carry their teams in this tournament? And who does he foresee winning it all?
This week on the Daly Dose Sports Podcast we take a look a look back at some of the pros and cons of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. As usual, the patriotism was running high in the USA, but sometimes it may have been a little misguided. Our men’s Team USA Basketball came through with the gold, but did they really win anything? And what in the world happened with swimmer Ryan Lochte?
With the 2016 Olympic Games just days away, the waterways of the host city are still contaminated with raw human sewage and teeming with dangerous viruses and bacteria.
With over 1,400 athletes scheduled to participate in water competitions, there is a huge risk of both athletes and tourists getting violently ill.
But the International Olympic Committee is trying to put a positive spin on a negative story.
The IOC has announced that the Rio de Janerio water supply can have some surprising health benefits.
“We realize that there are a number of studies claiming that the water in Rio is dangerous.” said IOC spokesperson Christopher Michaels. “But we also realize that there are going to be a number of visitors to this area that are in need of an affordable weight loss program. And the water in Rio can provide a solution for those visitors.”
“If you are looking to trim a few pounds from your waistline, we are encouraging you to dunk your head under water, and enjoy the health benefits that Rio can provide.” Michaels continued.
“Especially the American tourists. I think we can all agree that they can especially reap the rewards of this difficult situation. “