BBC Radio Wales
13 minutes
Manchester last night and another at Shoreham-by-Sea in West Sussex some business owners and residents in Cardiff have raised concerns about the impact of footballs Champions League final in the city on Saturday British Airways is facing criticism over the way is handle the failure of its computer system and the aid of the stuff that gets underway in Bridgend today it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the week this is the news headlines he's got the Sport for sale above the line set off today for New Zealand and toward of the toughest ever changes and uncertainty with the well squad repairing in Colwyn Bay before the road to test an under Ospreys pop goes Thomas has been called up for replacing Sky from Evans he's out with a hand injury suffered on Saturday we will Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and Scarlets back Rhys patchell join the training campus cover for Samsung lead and Phil doleman elbow.
BBC Radio Wales
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Exeter train physically hard and puddle of mental an effort into the daily sessions than expected to perform in the highest stage in for the 60 hundred thousand people week in Week Out and then you have all the other things that I stay today finally be reversed everyone gets underway in Bridgend latest security has been tightened following the Manchester bombing it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the next week that's the news on BBC Radio Wales let's get weekend Sports News Ospreys prop Gareth Thomas been called up to Wales squad for summer tour matches against Fiji and Samoa whilst Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and Scarlets Pancras petrol join this week's training camp in Colwyn Bay is colourful Samson Lee Enfield EN1 they're both have scans tomorrow so I might replace is Rob Evans who suffered an injury in Scarlett's Slim Pro 12 final victory of a monster divine in six tries to first from Liam Williams in.
The Sun Daily
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BBC Radio Wales
an hour
when is about the issue on the rise the focus is now moving to what can be done to support those that do come forward hello my tummy how can I help the mental health charity mind Cymru webs with numerous sports clubs in Wales Sarah Moseley is the director is a lot of the clubs can do there's a lot but organisations can do to put in place the right kind of policies like an awareness and training and support to recognise pups when players are not themselves when they're starting to cats be affected by mental health problems generally and I'm sure we'll see a lot more been put in place over the next few years because this issue if you have been open about what's happening about what's happening I think just Apple.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
my name is the former captain of Cardiff Blues he was forced into early retirement from rugby after being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune condition now instead of down time between training sessions is coffee between meetings and he's even found time to study for a masters in psychology she says mental health issues aren't confined to just one or two players will at some point before and some form of middle of difficulty I think most people do and that makes a quite a complex issue to deal with but I think as we can't he get with an interior list of life we have seen around the world hopefully that's take mortgage start to be broken or more about the conversation.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
changes and insert do with the Wales squad preparing a call when paid for their own to test an and I'll sprays fuck girl Thomas has been called up replacing Scholar for about the Seas at the hand injuries suffered on Saturday we will Ospreys prop rhodri Jones and scholars batteries package on the training camp as cover for Samsung Lee and Phil doleman who have scans tomorrow doughnuts score a try before hobbling off with an injury in Exeter's premiership final victory leaving the UN capteur de tiro hoping injury won't deny am a belated test debut just a bit disappointed really that obviously thinking forward assist have to take but hopefully it's nothing too seriously I don't know what's going to happen next Saturday just to make sure that I'm good-looking make sure I didn't I wanted a shewee so if there's an issue at all so please I think that they win over what was so close she went to extra time wasn't that close at all in Dublin Scarlets V Munster wa.
ABC News - New South Wales
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good morning it's hope that 100000 people will attend the youth festival over the next week and that's the news on BBC Radio Wales it's coming round to 7:05 thanks a busy weekend sports details it has and a moving forward from that Ospreys prop guy Thomas has been called up to while scored for the Summer tour Games against Fiji and Samoa what's Ospreys prop rhodri Jones it's gone it's batteries petrol join this week training camp in Colwyn Bay as cover the Samson Lee and Phil Dolman have scans tomorrow Thomas replaces Rob Evans itself with an injury in Scarlet swelling pro12 final victory of the Munster around 6 try the first from Liam Williams his final appearance before leaving to join Saracens coach Wayne pivac doesn't think I'm actually seen the last of a player he raises one of the best in the world I go out with one of her she'll come across a real computer.
Sky News
2 hours
people, Camilla's parents, and the people attending the dinner party and the Royals. I love it. I think all children should be made to do that. No matter what, don't leave a silence. And training your brain to come up with things. No matter.
Channel 4
2 hours
I'd say my time is split about 60% for country skiing, and 40% for ski jumping. The ski jump is a bit harder... ..because a session usually consists of 5-6 training jumps so, at the end of the year, we get a total of 500 or maybe 600 jumps
Channel 4
2 hours
I usually spend more time in practice on my cross-country skiing because it is a discipline that requires much more training as an endurance sport
Channel 4
3 hours
element because I can express myself better. And I have better characteristics for endurance sports, like cross-country skiing. In the last few seasons, I've faced some hurdles with jumping. But I'm having specific training to get back to the top,.
Channel 4
3 hours
pulled off a 540 double flair. 38-year-old Manny Pacquiao was looking sharp in the ring as he stepped up his training. British boxer Kell Brook was preparing for his upcoming fight with some gruelling gym work
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Bruce Arena has a healthy and stacked group heading into training camp, but will have to find answers to several questions before June's qualifiers
Channel 4
3 hours
We get the guys literally focusing on points to reproduce their roles on the boat. Having to look down, into the distance, having to look close to controls, having to look up to the mast to see how things are being trimmed to the sails to see what position of the boat is. This idea of eye training, getting the muscles used to going from long-distance to short focus, long-distance to short focus,.
Channel 4
3 hours
Channel 4
3 hours
Grinders, they're good movers, they have to be able to get around. During a training session as well as the races, how many times they have to cross the boat? It's a big ask. These guys are high-performance athletes, they're sailors and they're ultimate physical machines
Channel 4
3 hours
not so much in the build-up of course. But they've been mates, coming from the same town, Blackpool, sparing partners. Jack Arnfield was there. And he's part of the training for every step as Brian Rose went through British title level, all the way to challenging for that.
The Sun Daily
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