Olympic marathon gold medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson joined nearly 6,500 runners Saturday in the road race that she created along the coastal roads where she trained in her native Cape Elizabeth, Maine.“Whenever you can celebrate in your hometown, that takes the cake,” said Samuelson, who won the Boston Marathon in 1979 and 1983 and took gold at the Los Angeles Games in the first Olympic marathon event open to women.Perfect Spirit was awarded the $1 million Hambletonian when first-place finisher What The Hill caused another horse to go off stride in the stretch and was disqualified in trotting’s biggest race.Gun Runner, who had already earned an automatic berth in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic in November at Del Mar, won the Whitney Stakes by 51/4 lengths as the 3-5 favorite at Saratoga in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., giving Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen his first victory in the $1.2 million race.Philipp Kohlschreiber won his eighth career ATP tour title by defeating Joao Sousa of Portugal 6-3, 6-4 in the final of the Generali Open at Kitzbuehel, Austria.
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- Samuelson sets unofficial record in 20th Beach to Beacon
By Associated Press - Saturday Aug 5, 2017
- Japan to use cancer-sniffing dogs to help early detection
By Yvette Tan - Monday Jun 19, 2017
A town in Japan with high rates of stomach cancer is turning to sniffer dogs for help.
Kaneyama, a town in northeastern Japan with 6,000 residents, has Japan's highest fatality rates stemming from stomach cancer, local reports say.
The town is now taking part in a research programme, in which residents' frozen urine samples are sent to the Nippon Medical School, just east of Tokyo. At the school, dogs are trained to sniff out signs of disease.
Dogs have some 300 million sensors in their nose, compared to five million in a human. They also have a second smelling device in the back of their noses, the combination of which allows trained dogs to detect cancerous tumours — which is said to give out a specific odour. Read more...More about Health, Dogs, Japan, Cancer, and World
- Watch how this service dog helps its owner during a seizure
By Brian Koerber - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
A woman who suffers from seizures shared a training video which highlights how her service dog Colt helps her from injuring herself.
Janaye endured a traumatic brain injury in 2012, which makes it extremely dangerous if she were to hit her head, such as in a seizure. Thankfully, her pup Colt is always by her side to protect her from further injury.
Janaye recently released a training video, which demonstrates how Colt can help her in this situation
"This is just us keeping up with his training," Janaye wrote on YouTube. "I have to test him on everything that he knows often to make sure he still does it all reliably. He is trained to do this in a certain way that keeps both him and me safe." Read more...More about Watercooler, Dogs, Culture, Training, and Seizure
- Internet cheers American hero Joey Chestnut for eating 72 hot dogs
By Shishira Sreenivas - Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
American hero and competitive eater Joey Chestnut just won Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest for the 10th time by scarfing down 72 (!) hot dogs.
The annual event, held on Coney Island, N.Y., requires participants to eat as many hot dogs as possible in a 10-minute period.
Chestnut originally aimed to finish 80 hot dogs—10 more than last year—but still earned the top title with 72.More about Hot Dogs, Espn, Joey Chestnut, Nathan S, and Entertainment
- How to Train Your Dog for Therapy Service
By Heather Yamada-Hosley - Monday Jun 12, 2017
Dogs are pros at making you feel better when you’ve had a bad day or you’re couch-bound while sick, and they can help other people feel the same expansive dog love with a little training. Training your dog to be a therapy dog means they’ll be able bring joy to children who are stuck in the hospital, provide…
- It took this Dalmatian three years to learn to smile so please appreciate it
By Mia Johnson - Thursday Jun 29, 2017
Pet owners love to teach their dogs new tricks. Run, jump, roll over. All the classics. Teaching a dog to smile isn't one of the classics, but maybe it should be.
This week, Rachel Ebel posted a picture of her Dalmatian, Griffin, on Reddit showing off his smile. Ebel, a photographer from South Dakota, had the idea to train her dog to smile after learning it was a unique trait to the breed.
"I spent absolutely ridiculous amounts of time cruising the #dalmatiansmile hashtag on Instagram, immediately deciding it was one of the funniest things I'd ever seen," Ebel said in an email. Read more...More about Watercooler, Dogs, Culture, Web Culture, and Animals