Daniel Herbert, CEO of SSKB Strata Managers, said he was fortunate to have had special training on coping with stress and anxiety thanks to his time with the national team.Ex-Wallaby and current Rugby Australia board member Daniel Herbert has gone to extraordinary lengths to help the residents of his apartment buildings cope with COVID-19.The World Cup-winning former vice-captain of the Wallabies is the Brisbane-based chief executive of SSKB Strata Managers – a company that has properties under management across Queensland and in Melbourne.MORE: Anna Spiro sells her island homeEpic penthouse sells for $4 millionCOVID-19 has changed homeowners: SurveyBizarre bubble house gaining global attentionSSKB Strata Managers has about 4000 residents impacted by stage 4 restrictions in Melbourne. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Andrew HenshawMany strata residents, including about 4000 that his company deals with in Melbourne alone, had come under pressure during forced lockdown periods after facilities had to close and interaction with others was limited.Concerned about the mental health and wellbeing implications of a long lockdown for residents, Mr Herbert hired a man, who once trained with Shaolin monks, to run a series of online training sessions to help residents reduce their stress levels.Chief Maker’s Greg Layton.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours ago“Any athlete knows you have to play mental tricks with your brain to get through difficult periods,” he said. “I was lucky that when I was young, we went through AIS in the early days of sports psychologists about managing performance, how to not let anxiety take over, how to look at difficult situations as an opportunity and how to get the best out of it. Had I not been fortunate enough to fall into sport I would not have those tools. A lot of people are in that situation now (with COVID-19 impacts) and if we can help as a company it can only be a good thing.”Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58He hired Chief Maker’s Greg Layton, who has helped many senior executives build their own resilience ‘toolkits’ during corporate transformations, to help support residents with stress and anxiety reduction techniques.The sessions run every Tuesday via SSKB Strata Managers’ Facebook page, with Mr Layton’s first session focused on how to turn negative emotions and triggers into positive mantras and actions.Some of the most common concerns from apartment owners in Melbourne included how to lead a team during isolation, how to handle everything when you live alone, homeschooling kids and how to think of new social activities during lockdown.FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK
Benthic, a global geosciences company in subsea services group Acteon, plans to open its first Brazilian technology center and geotechnical laboratory in Rio de Janeiro. The facility will open later this year in the Technological Park of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Benthic aims to use the center for geoscience research, development and innovation projects with a focus on the oil, gas and offshore wind sectors.This is part of Acteon’s overall aim of enabling companies to reduce the lifetime costs of owning and operating their critical infrastructure.“The Technological Park offers an environment conducive to innovation projects and proximity to the university’s geoscience laboratories and other established companies,” said Greg Fyffe, vice president of strategy for Benthic.The technology center will be home to Benthic’s first advanced geotechnical and geological soil research laboratory. This will provide Brazilian operators with a local laboratory and remove the need to transport samples overseas for advanced testing.“Technological development is at the heart of Benthic,” added Steve Pywell, Benthic chief executive officer. “In the 20 years since we were spun off from the University of Sydney, Australia, we have developed countless innovative and successful technologies. Our company works with universities around the world and our partnership with the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro is of paramount importance for our operations in the important deepwater market of Brazil.”The technology center is scheduled to begin operations during the third quarter of this year.
Michelle “Shelly” Litchfield Dudley, 62, of Aurora, IN, passed away Monday, April 25, 2016 in Lawrenceburg, IN.She was born Friday, March 19, 1954 in Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of Mitzi B. Bollabauer Litchfield and the late John A. Litchfield.She was a member of the Sayler Park Church of the Nazarene. Shelly was an avid racing fan, she enjoyed video taping racing and attended many races at Lawrenceburg Speedway. Shelly loved puzzles, she also enjoyed music from the 50’s and 60’s, but her passion was family genealogy.Surviving are her mother, Mitzi Litchfield of Aurora, IN; children, April Carpenter of Greensburg, IN, Amy (late Roy Hulsey Jr.) Hulsey of Aurora, IN, John Dudley of Greensburg, IN; siblings, Vickie Edwards of Aurora, IN, Michael (Brenda) Litchfield of Cincinnati, OH, Jackie Litchfield Apted of Cincinnati, OH, Nick (Patti) Litchfield of Cleves, OH, Sandi Shanks of Batavia, OH; grandchildren, Eric, Samantha, Dylan, Cheyenne, Julian, Tabitha and Damian Carpenter, Desiree Hulsey, Dakota, Alexis and Kaisen Dudley .She was preceded in death by dad, John Litchfield and grandson, Brayden Dudley.Friends will be received 6:00 – 8:00 PM, Friday, April 29, 2016 at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home, Saturday, at 9:30 am with Rev. Jackie Litchfield Apted officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to The Cure Starts Now. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Press Association “We’re down to three or four possibles and we would hope to get somebody in place for Tuesday or Wednesday of next week, but it may go a little bit longer depending on the situation of the person that we pick,” he said. Moody is relishing his new task at Selhurst Park. Palace are at the foot of the Premier League with just three points gleaned from 10 matches since their promotion. “I am very excited by the opportunity I have been offered and would like to thank the club for their faith in me,” Moody said on the club’s website. “The club has made impressive progress since 2010 and I look forward to playing my part in helping ensure their continued success. I can’t wait to get started.” Moody was set to watch Palace’s Premier League home match against Everton on Saturday. Palace are adamant they have plenty left to play for this season, despite their parlous standing in the table. And the next manager will need to share that view, according to the co-chairman. “We’ve certainly made it more difficult for ourselves with results but it’s too early to write the season off. It would be crazy to write the season off. We’ve not written the season off,” Parish said. “The person we’re looking to appoint, it’s very important that we feel they’ve not written the season off, because if nothing else you’re not suddenly going to be able to turn on fantastic football because you’re in the Championship. “You’ve got to be playing much better football and your confidence has got to be there in the squad if you do find yourself relegated.” Moody was ousted from his position at the Cardiff City Stadium last month and replaced by 23-year-old Kazakh Alisher Apsalyamov, in a surprise move by owner Vincent Tan. Moody has functioned alongside Cardiff manager Malky Mackay at Watford and the Welsh side, and Palace co-chairman Steve Parish believes he has signed up a skilled operator. Former Cardiff head of recruitment Iain Moody has joined the Bluebirds’ Premier League rivals Crystal Palace as the south London club’s new sporting director. Parish said on BBC1: “I think the whole area of our recruitment is essential at a football club. “Iain’s got great experience, working with Malky Mackay at Watford and latterly Cardiff, with great success as well. “Iain will be responsible for all areas of player recruitment. The chief scout will report into him. He’s work directly with me and with the new manager when he’s appointed.” Parish stressed Moody had not been appointed to lead Palace’s search for a new manager, following Ian Holloway’s recent resignation. “That’s not correct,” Parish said. “Obviously Iain is someone whose opinion we’ll ask for. “The manager process is ongoing. We want to appoint someone quickly but we want to get the right person.” Palace are optimistic about making an appointment next week, Parish said.
West Ham’s co-owner David Gold has claimed the club have been forced to take legal action over Andy Carroll’s red card because they have no alternative. “We are upset, we feel we have been badly treated. “Most judgements are not made by three people, they are made by 12 – that’s why they are called juries. “I believe if you had gone to the FA Council and asked the 100 members 75 per cent would have said it was not a sending off, but if you just take three people it may not be representative.” Gold said Carroll’s presence could be crucial for the rest of West Ham’s season. He said: “Of course it could. You can see the impact he has on our football club. I feel sorry for him as well – he was absolutely mortified. “He was shrugging the guy off, okay he has messed his hair up but I don’t think you should get sent off for messing somebody’s hair up. “There was a lovely tweet about Chico Flores saying he went to Vidal Sassoon and is now in intensive hair.” Midfielder Mark Nobles feels Sam Allardyce’s men can pull together to work through Carroll’s impending ban. He said on the club’s official website, whufc.com: “Andy being suspended is obviously a massive miss for us. “For him to be back the way he was (after injury) and then to miss him for another three games is going to be tough, but we have to dig in and get results without him. “Everyone will have to play their part to try and get us three points away from home. “We are three points off 11th, so getting ourselves back in that pack with the win against Swansea was important. “We are looking up rather than down at the moment, and even though we are in the bottom three, I am sure we can claw our way back.” Press Association The Hammers want the Football Association to take the case to an arbitration panel after referee Howard Webb’s decision to send off the striker after a clash with Swansea’s Chico Flores was upheld by a three-man FA appeal’s body. Carroll is now facing a three-match ban and Gold said that could mean the difference between relegation and top-flight survival. Gold told Press Association Sport: “We are hugely disappointed at the outcome of the process. “There is nowhere to go other than to seek some kind of legal redress. It’s not ideal, the last thing I want to do is going to some kind of legal issue because I think it is a footballing issue. “But we are fighting for our lives. If we were mid-table we would probably get on with it but we are fighting for our lives to retain our Premiership status and we owe it to our fans, we owe it to ourselves.” The FA is refusing to comment on the unprecedented case, but the rules do allow for clubs to take disputes to arbitration and if necessary to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. It is not clear however whether the player’s ban would be placed on hold until the case was dealt with. Gold claimed most people would view the red card as wrong and that Carroll had been trying to shrug off Flores. He added: “We are a club that understands there are rules and we abide by them. But you have every commentator and 80 per cent of the media saying it wasn’t a sending off. “Yet Howard Webb reviews the situation afterwards and says he stands by his judgement and when it goes to appeal and three guys stand by Howard Webb you feel ‘how can this be right’.
The unbeaten Foxes moved up to second in the embryonic standings after bouncing back from two goals down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 for their third victory in five matches. Leicester’s current position is even more remarkable after their struggles last season, when they were bottom of the table at Christmas and with nine games to go, until seven wins catapulted them away from the bottom three. It was anticipated the east midlands club would again struggle to avoid the drop, and Ranieri, for now, only has eyes on reaching the 40-point mark, widely viewed as the total needed to remain in the top-flight. “I talk to the players and say we have 11 points – we need another 29,” said the affable Italian. “I don’t know when we will achieve this, which month, but the sooner the better it is possible. This is our goal only at the moment. “I don’t think about what we can do, I just want the best.” Leicester appeared set for their first defeat of the campaign after a couple of wonderful curling efforts from Jack Grealish, his first goal for Villa, and Carles Gil put the visitors firmly in the driving seat with less than half an hour to go. But Ritchie De Laet’s header gave them hope, with his near-post flick headed clear by Ashley Westwood only after the ball had crossed the line. Then Jamie Vardy and substitute Nathan Dyer, making his debut following his loan arrival from Swansea during the international break, struck in the final eight minutes to secure a memorable victory for Leicester. “My players were fantastic – fantastic spirit and character,” Ranieri said. Press Association “At 2-0 I look at my players and they still believe it is possible. That is the spirit I love. The players believed in something good as a group and that is what I want. “You can lose, of course, but it is important to fight until the end of the match. This victory is important to restart well after the (international) break and to get three points is fantastic.” For just over and hour it was probably Villa’s best performance of the season but they remain without a league win since the opening day of the season and manager Tim Sherwood could not hide his dejection. “I’ve never felt this bad, ever. Who cares? Who cares if we played well?” he said. “I’m bitterly disappointed for everyone associated with the club because the game is won with around 30 minutes to go. “The game was done, it was finished with us 2-0 up. At this level the game should be dead and buried but unfortunately we’ve made some unforced errors and it has cost us the game. “Individual errors. It has been happening a bit this season but it needs to stop happening.” Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is refusing to take Barclays Premier League survival for granted despite his side’s sublime start to the season.
Sabrina Albrecht | Daily TrojanStarting in Fall 2018, Building 9 of USC Village, Ilium Residential College, will house 350 sophomore honors students and become the first sophomore honors college at USC. The idea of a sophomore honors college began when the Office for Residential Education received encouraging feedback from scholarship recipients about the honors college experience, but recognized that there wasn’t enough room to host all the scholarship students, according to Director of Residential Education Emily Sandoval.“The most unique part about living in McCarthy [Honors College] is that I am constantly meeting new people with extremely diverse interests and backgrounds,” said Justin Kawaguchi, McCarthy Residential Student Government President. “You are able to absorb so much knowledge by interacting with fellow residents … It’s a real privilege to make friends who share a passion for knowledge and appreciation of hard work.” To resolve the limited honors housing spaces for scholarship students, McCarthy Honors College was built in 2017 to house over 500 students. According to Sandoval, the living and learning environment current freshman honors students are experiencing at McCarthy is expected to carry over to their next year in Ilium. “We realized that not all 520 of [freshman honors students] are going to want to remain living together … but a good number of [them] can continue that experience, continue the building of the community and friendship [they] have started this year, be able to interact with a new faculty-in-residence and be able to act as mentors to the McCarthy residents,” Sandoval said.Ilium students will still participate in residential college events and collaborate with the Thematic Option program their freshman year. Sandoval also stated that the college will provide support to students who, despite having learned how to navigate academics at USC, are now facing the pressure of exploring professional pursuits. USC Village activities including Tuesday Tea with guest speakers and First Friday in the piazza will remain implemented for the following school year. In addition, there are plans for a sophomore success series that will include life and careers skill guidance for all sophomores at USC Village. The two dorms are mirrored off each other to ensure a smooth transition. The two buildings, Buildings 7 and 9, respectively, face each other. “Symbolically, McCarthy is connected to Ilium through the bridge, so we thought that looked very unique,” Sandoval said. “It would be a unique architectural feature to build upon in terms of bridging the experience.”Those living in Ilium will have an apartment-style set-up with kitchens and numerous study lounges throughout the building. Like McCarthy, the lounges were built to reflect both academic and social needs. Some have cubicles and single-person desks while others have couches and TVs. Ilium’s current Faculty-in-Residence is Laura Baker, a professor of psychology in Dornsife. “[Baker] has a big focus on wellness; she teaches yoga,” Sandoval said. “She loves those informal interactions with students and loves taking students to downtown L.A. … I think our sophomore honors students next year could benefit from [the focus on wellness] … I think they’ll learn a lot from her.”The Office for Residential Education began developing new residential themes last year with the RAs and Residential Student Government. Eventually the concepts were sent to the Provost Cabinet that voted on the idea of a sophomore honors college. But since the University housing renewal process occurred last year, the sophomores of Fall 2017 missed their chance. Currently, Ilium is a temporary name for the college. While the development office sells a name to a donor, the Residential Office is planning a lot for Ilium this year. The work that the RCC and RAs of McCarthy have done this year will translate over into this new sophomore experience.
Robert Griffin III said he injured the thumb on throwing hand but declined to say the severity of the injury— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) July 28, 2019He’s likely to miss the next four to eight weeks, according to a report from ESPN.However, the team did say they expect him to be OK by the start of the regular season, which lands right in the middle of that timeline. Related News Ravens’ Lamar Jackson has message for doubters: ‘Make them eat their words, that’s all’ Robert Griffin III: Ravens’ new offense will shock people in 2019 Griffin has been putting in the work this offseason to get up to speed with the Ravens’ system.”I’ve got to make sure I understand the offense, forward and backward,” Griffin said in June. “The offense will look different. I think we’ll shock some people with what we’re going to do. If we need to run it 60 times, we can do it. But if we need to throw it 30 to 40 times, we can also do it. I think that’s what we’re working on, to make sure we have those capabilities.” Earl Thomas has ‘great week’ with Ravens, coach John Harbaugh says Ravens’ QB Robert Griffin III is expected to be out 4-8 weeks with a hairline fracture in his right thumb, per source. Griffin injured his thumb tonight during practice.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 28, 2019Griffin took to Twitter later that day.”Everything you have been through will make you stronger,” he wrote.Everything you have been through will make you stronger— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) July 28, 2019Baltimore has not released any information about Griffin’s injury.His fellow signal-callers seemed to be concerned, and coach John Harbaugh asked “everyone (to) say a prayer.”Lamar Jackson was asked if he was concerned about Robert Griffin: “Yes , that’s my brother.” Griffin injured his thumb toward the end of tonight’s practice.— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) July 28, 2019Robert Griffin III hit his hand on a helmet when throwing at tonight’s practice. John Harbaugh doesn’t think it’s serious but added “everyone say a prayer.”— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) July 28, 2019Griffin spent three seasons with the Redskins after being drafted second overall in 2012, but lost the starting job to Kirk Cousins after suffering numerous injuries. He ended up playing with the Browns for a season and eventually landed with the Ravens after sitting out 2017.He went 2 of 6 for 21 yards for Baltimore last year. Robert Griffin III will be missing the next month or so of camp.The Ravens quarterback said he fractured his thumb Saturday. He did not disclose how serious the injury was, saying it was up to the team to announce it, but Griffin did have an X-ray to confirm the injury.
This game should feature a lot more points between two of the nation’s best-known quarterbacks, Justin Herbert (Oregon) and Tyler Huntley (Utah). With that in mind, here’s everything you need for the 2019 Pac-12 championship game:MORE: Get the latest NCAA odds & betting advice at Sports InsiderOregon vs. Utah oddsSpread: Utah -6.5Point total: 45.5Moneyline: Utah -225, Oregon +195Utah is a 6.5-point favorite, according to odds at Sports Insider.Oregon vs. Utah all-time seriesOregon leads the all-time series 22-10, but the teams split the past four meetings with Utah winning last year, 32-25, in Salt Lake City. This is the first time the teams will play on a neutral field.Three trends to know— Oregon is just 6-6 against the spread this season and failed to cover the past two games against Arizona State and Oregon State. Utah, which has been favored in every game in 2019, has covered eight straight games.— Five of the past six games between Utah and Oregon was decided by seven or more points. Oregon is 3-2 in those games and averaged 36.2 points.— The Utes are 4-1 against the spread on the road while Oregon is 3-2. Oregon is 0-1 as a road underdog.MORE: A complete guide to conference championship weekendThree things to watchCan Justin Herbert get his groove back?Some mock drafts listed the Oregon quarterback as the No. 1 pick before the season, but the past two games were not part of the highlight reel. Herbert threw two interceptions in a devastating 31-28 loss to Arizona State and passed for a season-low 174 yards last week against Oregon State. Now Herbert faces a Utah defense ranked No. 3 nationally in total defense (241.6 yards per game). Herbert will be even more important Friday as the Ducks might have trouble running against the nation’s No. 1-ranked rushing defense (56.3 yards per game).Utah’s dynamic duoOregon will probably focus on containing Huntley first, but that can be dangerous with running back Zack Moss rushing for 1,246 yards this season. Still, the top priority has to Huntley, who has completed 76 percent of his passes for 2,773 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. He is a dangerous runner with 255 yards and five touchdowns.Pac-12 prideThe neutral observers are probably rooting for Utah since the beleaguered conference desperately needs to get back into the national conversation with a Playoff contender. Even if the Utes win, they need to hope LSU defeats Georgia in the SEC title game and the winner of the Big 12 championship doesn’t leapfrog them. It would be worth an extra $6 million to the Pac-12 if two teams get into New Year’s 6 bowl games.MORE: Picks against the spread for every conference championship game No. 5 Utah (11-1) has a possible trip to the College Football Playoff at stake as it travels to Levi’s Stadium to face No. 13 Oregon (10-2) on Friday in the Pac-12 championship game. The Utes have won eight straight games, but both teams average 35 points in this closely matched contest. Game time is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Oregon and Utah did not face each other in the regular season and there is little doubt these are the two best teams in the volatile Pac-12, where upsets are the norm. It’s the second straight trip to the title game for Utah, which lost to Washington last season, 10-3. Stat that mattersThe offenses are similar in production as Oregon averages 452.3 yards per game while Utah averages 453.6. But there is a big difference in how long the offenses stay on the field. Utah ranks No. 2 nationally in time of possession (34:28) while Oregon ranks No. 97 (28.41). Something is going to give.Oregon vs. Utah predictionIt’s a Pac-12 game, so there should be plenty of points. But Oregon’s offense took last weekend off against arch-rival Oregon State, scoring just 24 points against the Beavers’ No. 116-ranked pass defense. It’s actually been a two-game problem as Herbert has only three touchdowns and two interceptions the past two games. Utah’s offense is more two-dimensional behind Huntley and Moss, and that should allow the Utes to squeak past the Ducks and keep their Playoff hopes alive.Final score: Utah 35, Oregon 31
“It dominated headlines all summer and turned Chastain, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and the rest of the ‘99ers into role models.”It transformed millions of new converts into soccer fans. It led to more funding and recognition for women’s soccer around the world, including helping establish the first professional North American women’s soccer league.”But most importantly, it started important conversations about gender in sports – propelling women’s leagues forward all over the world, and inspiring an entire generation of young girls to dream bigger, thus paving the way for Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and so many others to aspire to represent Team USA.” Netflix has announced that it will make a feature film about the 1999 U.S. women’s national team, which won the World Cup on home soil.The streaming giant has acquired the rights to Jere Longman’s book, “The Girls of Summer: The US Women’s Soccer Team and How It Changed The World.” Liza Chasin (Darkest Hour, Baby Driver, Love Actually) will produce the movie, along with Hayley Stool and Ross Greenburg.President and CEO of the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup Marla Messing, Jill Mazursky, and Krista Smith will serve as executive producers.The 1999 Women’s World Cup is seen as a transformative moment in the history of the women’s game, with the USWNT packing stadiums all over the country that summer. The tournament culminated with the final at the Rose Bowl in Southern California, with the U.S. emerging victorious in a penalty shootout against China after 120 scoreless minutes.USWNT defender Brandi Chastain produced an instantly iconic moment when she ripped her shirt off after scoring the World Cup-winning penalty.The World Cup win was the USWNT’s second after they also took home the inaugural event in 1991. The team has gone on to win two more World Cups, in 2015 and 2019.What’s the 1999 World Cup winning US Women’s Soccer Team up to now?We checked in with @JulieFoudy, @MiaHamm, @MichelleAkers10, @joyfawcett14, @KristineLilly, @BriScurry, Carla Overbeck, and @brandichastain to find out! pic.twitter.com/FFYPkXjHo5— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) May 12, 2020″Watching the USA team that summer made me forget I had no money and little more than a dream to feed me,” said Tendo Nagenda, vice president of Netflix Films. “That team, that goal, and Brandi Chastain’s unforgettable reaction – in which she ripped off her shirt and dropped to her knees in astonishment – made me believe I could do anything, and do it my way.”But even more important than this landmark victory itself, the “kick that shook the world” also sent long-term reverberations throughout sports that can still be felt today.