Since 1988, Gary Abbott has served as the media face of USA Wrestling, traveling to major wrestling events in the United States and around the globe, including eight Olympic Games, dozens of senior and age-group World Championships and 38 straight NCAA Championships. Currently the Director of Communications and Special Projects, he is responsible for USA Wrestling communications, including publications and other media platforms, media relations, promotions, public relations and special projects. Abbott oversees USA Wrestling's magazine USA Wrestler and handles the organization's corporate communications program. In 2013, he was a prominent figure in wrestling's fight to remain an Olympic sport, serving on the Committee for the Preservation of Olympic Wrestling. For decades, Abbott has been a pioneer in building women's wrestling, including creating a national girls' high school wrestling poll and helping women's wrestling receive emerging sport status from the NCAA. He has promoted the growth of wrestling by providing coverage for all of wrestling's disciplines. He manages USA Wrestling's Associated Styles program, including grappling and beach wrestling. Abbott has been instrumental in the growth of Cadet and Junior Nationals, which drew a record 5,400 athletes in 2019. Prior to joining USA Wrestling, he was editor of Wrestling Masters from 1982-87, creating content and producing the national magazine. He also served as publicist for the National Wrestling Coaches Association and developed the NWCA Division I Coaches Poll. He founded the ASICS Tiger High School Wrestling All-American Team in 1985. Abbott was a four-year starter on Boston University's varsity wrestling team, competing for Hall of Fame coach Carl Adams, and also wrestled at Harbor Fields High School in New York. He received the Publicist of the Year award from the National Wrestling Media Association in 1991 and won the organization's Publication of the Year in 1996. In 1992, Amateur Wrestling News presented him with its Bob Dellinger Award as wrestling writer of the year. He was the 2005 AWN Man of the Year, and received the 2005 NWCA Meritorious Service Award. Abbott was one of three founders of the NWMA in 1988 and served as its president from 1991-92. He has served as chairperson of the Hall of Fame's Distinguished Members screening committee and as a member of the selection and veterans committees. Abbott served on the steering committee of the Olympic Public Relations Association and participated in the Team USA Leadership Certificate Program, which is the flagship leadership development program for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements. He received his bachelor's degree in journalism from Boston University in 1982 and a master's degree in sports administration from the University of Northern Colorado in 2009. For a lifetime of dedication to chronicling, promoting and supporting the sport of wrestling on every level, Gary Abbott is honored with the Order of Merit by The National Wrestling Hall of Fame. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOWApple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spreaker | iHeartRadio | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Android | RSS ContributeAnd if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, become a contributor today.. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of patronage. If you like wrestling content — scratch that — if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a contributor. How much you give is solely up to how much you believe it's worth to you. Recorded June 2021 in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
When North Carolina head basketball coach Roy Williams retired on April 1st, 2021, with the third most victories in NCAA history, three NCAA Championships, and nine Final Four trips, he described his career as “OK.” Williams should've used a thesaurus when he retired because he did a little more than “OK” in his 33 years as a head coach. Ol' Roy constantly undersold his savvy and leadership. It's worth noting Williams' place in North Carolina history, and that of college basketball. 99.9FM The Fan's Joe Giglio and Joe Ovies sat down with that dadgum legend in order to tell his story with his own insight in a way only he could tell it. So how did Williams end up going from cut from the UNC varsity squad to title winning coach? Like with all college basketball stories, it began with recruiting. However, in this case, it was Dean Smith trusting an intramural official to help the Tar Heels program catch up on Tobacco Road.
How do you know when it's over? There are signs, but they aren't always easy to decipher. Coaches, even the best, get pushed out all the time before they actually want to go. North Carolina head basketball coach Dean Smith was able to leave on his terms, and later admitted he probably had a few more years left in him. The decision for Roy Williams to leave the Tar Heels wasn't easy, and actually considered shutting it down after the 2019-2020 season and was eventually talked out of it. Williams' wife, Wanda, tried to convince him to retire after the 2009 NCAA Championship. But all great coaches think they still have one more left in them, and getting North Carolina back to the NCAA Tournament in 2021 was enough for Williams to read the signs and call it a career.
Anson Dorrance loves competition, and has spent decades understanding and creating relentless competitors in his teams. As the University of North Carolina Women's Soccer Coach, he has won over 1000 games, 21 NCAA Championships, and also led the US Women's National Team to the 1991 World Cup Championship. He has published 3 books (Vision of a Champion, The Man Watching, and Training Soccer Champions) and has a wonderful podcast where he interviews the best of the best: Vision of a Champion Podcast: https://ansondorrancesoccer.com/podcast/ He joined us as a presenter at the 2021 Way of Champions Conference, and we wanted to share this extraordinary session with all of our podcast listeners. In it he discusses the elements of the "UNC Competitive Cauldron," how to make your player selections more objective and less subjective, and so much more. You will want to listen to this once through, and then come back again for some notes. If you enjoyed this interview and want to access all of our videos from the 2021 Way of Champions Conference they are now available here: https://changingthegameproject.com/way-of-champions-conference-videos/ This episode is sponsored by GoodSport! GoodSport™ is a natural sports drink that delivers superior hydration backed by science with a delicious thirst-quenching taste. And what's really cool about it, is that it's made from milk. It turns out, milk is packed with electrolytes and has been shown to hydrate better than traditional sports drinks and water. GoodSport ultrafilters milk to remove its protein and harness its electrolytes, carbs and vitamins to provide superior hydration in a clear and refreshing beverage. GoodSport™ has three times the electrolytes than traditional sports drinks with 33 percent less sugar. GoodSport™ is lactose free and provides a good source of calcium and an excellent source of B vitamins. I really enjoy GoodSport™ but what gets me most excited is the brand's commitment to fostering a positive sports culture aimed at getting and keeping more people in the game. GoodSport™ supports athletes with naturally powerful hydration and celebrates the natural good that comes from sports. GoodSport™ – Grab the Good. Check it out at goodsport.com. This week's podcast is also brought to you by our friends at Sports Refund. Many of you probably buy trip insurance, every winter I buy ski pass insurance, to make sure that if I get injured I can get my money back on that expensive investment. Well, many of us spend thousands of dollars on our kids sports club fees, but what if they get hurt? In many cases you cannot get your money back, but now with Sports Refund you can. And it's not just for long term broken bones or torn ligaments. It is only a 14 day waiting period, so you even get a refund if you roll that ankle or pull a hammy! For just pennies on the dollar, you can make sure that if your child gets sick or injured and misses a month or more you can get your money back, or your club can get paid. It's a great product, just go to www.sportsrefund.com/game and get your free quote, and if it sounds good you can either get your club to sign up, or you can purchase on your own. Become a Podcast Champion! This weeks podcast is also sponsored by our Patreon Podcast Champions. Help Support the Podcast and get FREE access to our most popular online courses, a $300 value. If you love the podcast, we would love for you to become a Podcast Champion, (https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions) for as little as a cup of coffee per month (OK, its a Venti Mocha), to help us up the ante and provide even better interviews, better sound, and an overall enhanced experience. Plus, as a $10 per month Podcast Super-Champion, you will have access to never before released and bonus material, including: Downloadable transcripts of our best podcasts, so you don't have to crash your car trying to take notes! A code to get free access to our online course called “Coaching Mastery,” usually a $97 course, plus four other courses worth over $100, all yours for free for becoming a patron. Other special bonus opportunities that come up time to time Access to an online community of coaches like you who are dedicated listeners of the podcast, and will be able to answer your questions and share their coaching experiences. Thank you for all your support these past four years, and a special big thank you to all of you who become part of our inner circle, our patrons, who will enable us to take our podcast to the next level. https://www.patreon.com/wayofchampions
Erika Freyhof finished third with a time of 16:52.1 at the Chile Pepper Festival on Friday evening. Freyhof's time is the fastest confirmed time by a Husker in a 5K race since 1999. The last known fastest time was set by Sammie Resh at the 1988 NCAA Championships with a time of 16:48.
Bernard Muir is entering his 10th season as the Director of Athletics at Stanford University. Stanford has one of the best programs and departments in the country. During Bernard's tenure, he has seen 25 NCAA Championships and 34 national titles. He also has been involved with the Learfield IMG College Director's Cup, which recognizes the best athletic department in the country. Stanford has won it 7 times. In this episode, we discuss what's different about being an Athletic Director today than what Bernard imagined it would be like as a kid (6:53), why he was drawn to being an AD from a young age (8:35), what drew him to basketball (10:36), if people thought he was too serious when he was younger (13:12), where his belief in himself to dream big and be proactive came from (14:52), what he's learned from loss (17:02), Jamaican culture (20:35), how he thinks about his kids as a father when it comes to academics, athletics, and striving for excellence (23:21), if it's a blessing or a curse to know what you want to do with your life at a young age (25:01), what he's most curious about as the Stanford AD (27:33), how he leverages the university so that his student athletes at Stanford can thrive (29:27), how he thinks about greatness (32:06), what qualities he looks for when hiring people (33:16), if he notices anything in particular when he makes a mistake in hiring someone (34:55), advice for when you have to fire someone (36:01), who he serves and how he serves so many people (38:19), how he says yes and no to things (41:19), what he's most passionate about in the role he's in (43:09), Katie Ledecky (45:21), how he helps athletes think about their identities as athletes and beyond the sport (51:15), what he does to make sure he's healthy, good, and well so that he's best able to serve others (53:22), the business side of collegiate sports (55:41), how he's gotten through a strenuous and eventful last 18 months (1:00:23), and how he thinks about leadership and developing leaders (1:04:12). You can check out Bernard on Twitter @Stanford_AD. Thank you so much to Bernard for coming on the podcast! I wrote a book called “Shift Your Mind” that was released in October of 2020, and you can order it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Additionally, I have launched a company called Strong Skills, and I encourage you to check out our new website https://www.strongskills.co/. If you liked this episode and/or any others, please follow me on Twitter: @brianlevenson or Instagram: @Intentional_Performers. Thanks for listening. -Brian
Eddie Reese is the Head Coach of the Men's Swimming & Diving team at the University of Texas. He arrived in Austin, circa 1978, after 6 seasons at the helm of Auburn University. Since then, the Men's Swimming & Diving team at the University of Texas has won forty-two (42) straight Conference Championships and amassed fifteen (15) NCAA Championships. Some of Eddie's swimmers include Bill Forrester, Rick Carey, Doug Gjertsen, Shaun Jordan, Neil Walker, Josh Davis, Nate Dusing, Ian Crocker, Brendan Hansen, Aaron Peirsol, Garrett Weber-Gale, Joseph Schooling, and Townley Haas. "It's not a job. It's a lifestyle." - Eddie Reese on being a swim coach Enjoy! 00:00 Swimming Sponsors 03:30 Hello Eddie Reese 04:30 Coming Back 06:00 Coaching Lifestyle 08:00 Sustained Success 09:30 Discipline 10:45 Have kids changed? 14:25 One Step Ahead 17:30 Before Texas 19:35 Rowdy Gaines 21:10 Bill Forrester 22:00 3 Reese brothers drown 25:18 Weak Stroke 26:45 Spin Drill 28:00 Breaststrokers Flutter Kick 30:12 Big, Strong, In Shape 33:45 Neil Walker 35:00 America First 37:54 Aaron Peirsol 39:45 Ian Crocker 40:55 Brendan Hansen 41:50 Weight training 45:00 Pressure to Change? 46:00 Eddie asks for NOTHING 47:30 Weekly Schedule 49:15 Art + Science 54:15 Fly Kick on Back 57:05 Kris Kubick 01:01:50 Self Evaluation 01:04:00 Advice 01:06:45 Nate Dusing 01:08:15 After Eddie 01:11:00 Successor 01:14:00 Scholarships 01:18:00 Intersquad 01:20:00 Winning Team 01:22:40 Austin Staab 01:23:15 Jo Schooling 01:23:40 Never rushed 01:25:45 No Secret Sauce 01:29:00 Hate to Lose Support Our Sponsors: THE MAGIC 5: Custom fitted goggles that are tailor-made for your exact face. You shouldn't feel you are wearing goggles. Use code BRETTHAWKE20 at checkout to receive 20% off. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! SUPERIOR SWIM TIMING: Run a swim meet with ease from your laptop. SST is fully compatible with Hy-Tek and Team Unify as well as Colorado, Daktronics, and Omega touchpads. Tell them Brett sent you! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD LIVE: Create an interactive heat sheet. Stream your swim meet scoreboard in real time over top your live stream. Turn any tv into a digital scoreboard. Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD Supported by: Fitter & Faster #swimming #usaswimming #texas
ABOUT THE EPISODE University of Wisconsin La Crosse All American Grant Zamin joined the show to talk about his wrestling journey and his recent move to North Central College to start his coaching career. With the Cardinals we will also be continuing to train and compete on the senior level circuit at 70 KG in freestyle. Grant Zamin was one of the top DIII wrestlers in the country and unfortunately did not have the storybook ending to his college career because of COVID. He has a great perspective and was part of some great teams at La Crosse. He was a 4x WIAC finalist, 3x WIAC Champion, and the Upper Midwest Regional Champion in 2020 on top of being an All-American in 2019. He entered the 2020 NCAA Championships as the #1 seed at 157. FOLLOW THE PODCAST https://anchor.fm/coachbonx2 | Twitter - @D3NationPodcast ABOUT THE PODCAST Hosted by Anthony and Gennaro Bonaventura, former DIII wrestlers at Waynesburg University and current DIII Assistant Coaches (Stevens Institute of Technology & Waynesburg). The D3 Nation podcast mission is to provide DIII wrestling news and updates throughout the year. We also look forward to delivering episodes featuring DIII coaches and wrestlers as special guests to share their stories. We are both passionate about DIII wrestling and want to use this platform to keep the wrestling community educated on what is happening in DIII plus raise awareness of the amazing stories in DIII Wrestling.
On this YSO podcast, the guys chat with OU Women's Head Golf Coach, Veronique Drouin-Luttrell ("Coach V"), as she lays out the Fall 2021 schedule for the Sooner Women and talks expectations, the disappointment of just missing the NCAA Championships last spring, and who we should be keeping an eye on this fall! In part 2, the guys chat with seniors Libby Winans and Hannah Screen, as they lay out their goals for the 2021-2022 golf season, who would win in a "Sister/Sister Duel" between the Winans and Kordas, and why Hannah is a "Gooner" at heart!! The ladies also play the "Short Par 4" with the guys and answer all their hard-hitting golf questions!! All that, and so much more on this week's "bonus" episode of the YSO podcast!!!
Ben Flanagan grew up in a super close knit, highly competitive family environment, loving Mats Sundin, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and all things hockey. To this day, on 12/24, his family and community still gather for a Dads vs Kids hockey game. Body checks, punches, & bloody noses were all fair game. He was a hockey player trapped in a runners body! Ben burst on the national scene winning the 2018 10,000 meter in a career best 28:34.53 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, where he unleashed a 56 second last 400 to outkick Vincent Kiprop over the final meters of the dramatic finish. Ben came in seeded 23rd of 24 runners and, against all odds, became Michigan's 1st 10,000m national champ since 1989. Ben was also a big underdog at the Falmouth Road Race in 2018 against a stacked pro field—including 4x champ Stephen Sambu, Scott Fauble Leonard Korir—covered a late Fauble surge, closed hard, and came FLYING across the finish line with panache! In 2021, Ben returned & recreated his FLYING Falmouth finish and became part of a select group of repeat Falmouth champions. They've adopted Ben in the community and he treasures the connection and long-standing traditions of this great race. We discuss: his high school/college days, key coaches & mentors (Krestena Sullivan in high school, Pete Grinbergs as his Club coach, and Kevin Sullivan in college), key race highlights, PR's, meaningful moments, NCAA Championships in 2018, OFSAA Champs in HS, Falmouth Road Race 2018 & 2021, Big Ten Champs 2014-2018, his sub-4-minute mile in 2018 (3:57), mindset during races, mantras, bouncing back from injuries, changing his training approach to remain healthy, what's next on the docket for him, his community service (helping facilitate exercise programs for children & adults with autism spectrum disorder & meeting with college running programs over Zoom throughout pandemic to share story and encourage collegiate runners) Ben is grounded, humble, and someone you can easily root for. I'm all-in on Ben and hope you all enjoy this convo as much as we did! If you enjoy the episode, it would mean the world to me if you would rate the podcast or write a review and share feedback wherever you get your podcast groove on. Connect With Ben: Instagram: @ben_flanagan Connect With Ron: Personal Instagram: @ronrunsnyc Podcast Instagram: @runchats_with_ronrunsnyc Facebook: https://fb.me/runchats Website: https://ronrunsnyc.com ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: email@example.com Social: @_margittai © 2021 Ron Romano
This week we welcome Ed “Eddie the Eagle” Belfour onto the show to talk about everything hockey and everything whiskey! Ed has done literally everything you can do in Hockey, from winning a NCAA Championship to winning The Stanley Cup to winning a Gold Medal in the Olympics and we were thrilled to have him on the show. He walks Jesse through how he got started in hockey and what led him to whiskey. They talk about his family business Belfour Spirits, and taste some of the delicious whiskey they are producing. It is a great episode for Hockey and whiskey fans alike and we thank Ed for being so gracious with his time on this episode of The Bourbon Showdown Podcast.
If you watched any of the 2021 Australian Open in January, you wouldn´t have missed Craig Tiley. The Director of the Aussie Open was on our screens throughout the tournament as he dealt with tennis players and officials in hotel quarantine for 14 days, and a local lockdown in Melbourne. In this episode, Craig talks to CTC Host Dan Kiernan about the difficulties of running a Grand Slam during the pandemic, and shares all the latest of what the 2022 Australian Open will look like. Craig also looks back on his career in tennis which started in is native South Africa and includes being South Africa´s Davis Cup Captain for 3 years. He also spent 11 years in the USA as Head Coach at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. There he led the mens team to 2 National Team Indoor Championships, as well a 32–0 record and an NCAA Championship in 2003. Now, as well as running the Australian Open, Craig is also the CEO of Tennis Australia. Craig´s passion for tennis and love of helping others shines through in this episode. Enjoy! Enjoyed the episode? We´d love to hear from you! Leave us a rating and review here! You can also head over to our website or follow us on Instagram for all the latest on Control the Controllables! Follow Craig Tiley on Twitter
This week's Always Aggressive Podcast features Purdue wrestling senior Max Lyon, who joins the show to discuss returning for his fifth year, how he spent the summer of 2021 and what lies ahead for the Iowa native.Lyon is one-of-two Boilermaker wrestlers using an extra year of eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is projected as the Purdue starter at 184 pounds again this season. He is a three-time Big Ten Championship placewinner and three-time NCAA Championship qualifier, in addition to earning Academic All-Big Ten, NWCA Scholar All-America and CoSIDA Academic All-District honors.On the show Lyon talks through his summer internship with Target, his engagement and his future plans, in addition to a potential book he plans to author with head coach Tony Ersland.0:00 - Welcome Max Lyon2:34 - One More Year4:52 - Summer work9:15 - Summer wrestling13:35 - No redshirt, "It goes fast."17:50 - Future planning24:00 - Writing a book?28:00 - Field of Dreams MORE THAN A GAMEThe More Than A Game campaign was launched in August, in partnership with the John Purdue Club, to help the athletics department navigate the financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic and position Boilermaker athletics for future success. Boilermakers and friends can make a contribution to the More Than A Game campaign by contacting their Boilermaker Athletics Representative or by visiting JPCMoreThanAGame.com. Fans can purchase a special More Than A Game t-shirt from Legends and the Purdue Team Store, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the More Than A Game campaign. To purchase the t-shirt, click here or go to PurdueTeamStore.com.
Geno Morelli is an MMA Fighter who wrestled collegiately at the University of Pittsburgh from 2012-2014 and Penn State from 2015-2017. He talks about growing up in DuBois, Pennsylvania, being a lifelong Penn State fan, coming from an athletic family, how he got into wrestling, and his great career at DuBois High School. Geno describes his recruiting process, why he originally chose Pittsburgh, highlights of his 2 seasons there, and why he decided to transfer to Penn State during his Junior year. He then discusses what it was like to wrestle for his dream school, the competitiveness of the Big Ten Conference, the pedigree of Penn State Wrestling, getting to the NCAA Championships in 2016, and winning several team NCAA National Championships. Geno then talks about getting his MBA, marrying his high school sweetheart, working in the business world for a while, his decision to leave his job to go all in on becoming an MMA Fighter, his training process, his first fight, and his upcoming fights.
On this episode of the Beyond the Helmet we are joined by former former All-American at Florida and CFL All-Star, Chris Rainey. Chris Rainey can run. He says in 8th grade he could run a sub 4.4 40. At that point it was the fast lane to varsity football and a full ride to the University of Florida. Under Urban Meyer he would win a NCAA Championship while earning All-American honors in track and field.While many people may know that portion of Rainey's journey - Chris takes the time to open up about much more. After a short NFL stint he has become one of the most prolific return men in CFL history. He is still writing his football story as he gears up to play this season with the BC Lions. Rainey talks about his early life in what is the most eye opening part of our conversation. When you consider what his starting point in life was, it is nothing short of a miracle that he ended up where he is. Just the fact that he has been able to buck the trend in how he was raised is incredible, in my humble opinion.If you like this episode please share it with someone who you think will enjoy it! At least leave a comment, subscribe, give it a thumbs up - anything so other people can find us! Lastly, be sure to follow Chris on social media @r.a.i.n.e.y26Support the show (http://www.viqtorysports.com)
Stony Brook's first national champion (Indoor Mile, 2012) Lucy Van Dalen ('12) joins the pod to discuss her Seawolves career, approach to running and what she's up to now in her home country of New Zealand! Van Dalen ran at Stony Brook for five years from 2008-2012. She made history as the school's first ever national champion in 2012 after winning the indoor mile at the NCAA Championships. She competed for her native New Zealand in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Olympics and finished her career as a six-time all-american.
Maya DiRado is a former member of Team USA and gold medalist from the 2016 Olympic Games! Maya swam four years at Stanford where she won the 200 and 400 IM at the NCAA Championships. After graduating from Stanford in 2014, Maya was reluctant to test the waters of pro swimming, but after some convincing by her coach Gregg Meehan, she decided to give it a go. This proved to be a smart decision for Maya as she went on to win four medals at the 2016 Olympics (2x Gold, 1x Silver, 1x Bronze) including a thrilling upset of Katinka "Iron Lady" Hosszu in the 200 backstroke in the final race of her swimming career! We hope you enjoy this interview with a true Ultimate Swimmer! Follow us on Instagram @ultimateswimmergram for more great content! Check out official Ultimate Swimmer Merch here: https://ultimate-swimmer.myshopify.com/
He may consider himself "just a nobody from Centerville, OH", but Nate Leaman has gone from humble beginnings hockey-wise to being one of the top coaches in college hockey. He tells us about his journey from learning how to skate at 13 to an unlikely junior and college playing career to realizing his passion was not environmental science and volunteering with Shawn Walsh at the University of Maine during their national title run in 1999. After taking "the job nobody wanted" at Union so he could be a head coach, and breathing new life into that program, he led a similar resurgence at Providence College which includes winning the 2015 NCAA Championship. Last December, he guided Team USA to the gold medal at the 2021 IIHF World Junior Tournament – a role he will reprise in 2022...and he openly admits having a soft spot for players from Ohio...
On Episode 61, Elly Henes joins us live and in person to talk about her start with running, her illustrious career at NC State that concluded with a win at the NCAA Championships in the 5000 meters, her future plans, signing with adidas, her evolution as a leader, running at Sir Walter, and more!
Austin Surhoff is a professional swimmer (and current free agent) training to make the International Swimming League. He won the 200 IM at NCAA Championships back in 2010 while swimming at the University of Texas. He grew up swimming for Bob Bowman at NBAC and would ultimately return to swim alongside Michael Phelps and Chase Kalisz to train for the 2016 Rio Games, placing 8th in the 200 IM. Fast forward to 2021, he just finished 21st and 29th in the 50 and 100 Freestyles, respectively, at US Olympic Trials. Best times for him. He's gone from being a 200 IMer/Backstroker/Freestyler to a 22.5 50 Freestyler. He talks about how he trains now, taking a little bit of everything from everyone that he has worked with along the way. He has coached at Johns Hopkins and as a volunteer with UVA and Todd DeSorbo. Austin discusses the culture at Texas under Eddie Reese and Kris Kubick, as well as potential successor, Wyatt Collins. He dives into what it was like to train with the GOAT for two years leading up to 2016. And, overcoming some mental health struggles along the way. Enjoy! Support Our Sponsors: SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! SUPERIOR SWIM TIMING: Run a swim meet with ease from your laptop. SST is fully compatible with Hy-Tek and Team Unify as well as Colorado, Daktronics, and Omega touchpads. Tell them Brett sent you! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD LIVE: Stream your swim meet scoreboard in real time over top your live stream. Create an interactive heat sheet. Turn any tv into a digital scoreboard. Connect: Find | Brett Hawke On Instagram @hawkebr on Twitter @insidewithbh On Facebook @insidewithbh Find | Austin Surhoff On Instagram On Twitter Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD Supported by: Fitter & Faster
“Being at the Olympic Trials the past ten days…it could've gone so many ways but no matter what, the people I'm surrounded by…my partner, my family, my coach, my team. They have made all the difference.” Rebecca Mehra is a professional track athlete running for the Oiselle Littlewing elite team based out of Bend, Oregon. Rebecca recently raced in both the 800m and 1500m at the U.S. Olympic Track Trials earlier this month. Although Rebecca's journey in the 800m run ended in the semi-final round with a time of 2:01.33, she went on to run in the finals of the women's 1500m, where she placed 11th overall with a time of 4:08.47. Prior to her professional career, Rebecca ran Division I Track at Stanford University where she was a 3-time All-American, finishing 6th at the 2017 NCAA Championships in the 1500m Run. Rebecca has also worked in policy affairs for several years and currently serves as the Special Assistant to the Mayor of Bend, OR. In this conversation, we recap her Olympic trials experience and we hear more about how her relationship to running has changed over time. She also tells us about injury setbacks and gives tips and advice for how to mentally and physically overcome injury. Photo by Aisha McAdams. In This Episode: Burn It All Down Podcast - Episode 208 "Olympics, Like it or Not" Oiselle Rebecca Mehra – Oiselle Athlete Page Thaiphoon – Palo Alto, CA “Just Say Cheese: One of My Favorite Olympic Trials Post-Race Interviews Happened at the Local Grocery Store” by Erin Strout, com, June 30, 2021 Watch Rebecca's 800m Semifinal Run – U.S. Olympic Trials Watch Rebecca's 1500m Final Run – U.S. Olympic Trials MOBO Board Follow Rebecca Mehra: Instagram: @rebecca_mehra Twitter: @rebecca_mehra Facebook: Rebecca Mehra (Athlete Page)
In Season 2 Episode 9, Travis sits down with Christy Hedgpeth, Chief Operating Officer of the WNBA. Christy won an NCAA Championship, played in the ABL, worked with several big-name athletic brands, before embarking on a career with the NBA and WNBA. Tune in to hear how she and the WNBA plans to continue to be culturally relevant for years to come. www.52weeksofhustle.com Book Available - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1735610801 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
She's the most accomplished two-sport athlete in West Virginia University history. Seven-time All American Kristin Quackensbush-DiBartolomeo earned the equivalent of the Heisman Trophy in gymnastics before turning her attention to pole vaulting where she finished third nationally in the NCAA Championships and earned an invitation to the United States Olympic trials. The native of Whitesboro, New York, who proudly calls Morgantown home, joins Brad and Tony for an entertaining look back at a remarkable career. Kristin details her mental approach to athletics and recounts an unforgettable recruiting visit. Insight into the mind of a Mountaineer legend and much more on episode 293 of Three Guys Before The Game.
Dr. Peacock is a chiropractor and health coach, specializing in plant based nutrition to help people live their most optimal, healthiest lifestyle. She is a former competitive swimmer who has won a NCAA Championship, two US Open Gold Medals, and five international medals. She concluded her career as the 2016 US Olympic alternate in the 800 meter freestyle. Stephanie was on the US National Team for 5 years, traveling all over the world competing for Team USA. Her experiences as a top performing athlete have shaped her professional career into wanting to help current athletes perform at their best through proper plant based nutrition.She did her residency at TrueNorth Health Center specifically learning how to prevent and reverse lifestyle diseases with nutrition, movement, and lifestyle modifications. While at TrueNorth Health Center, she supervised water fasting patients and worked one on one with patients to help them continue a plant based lifestyle upon their departure. Dr. Peacock is currently located in Orange County, California utilizing mobile chiropractic and Active Release Techniques to restore proper movement patterns, decrease pain and increase mobility. She has an online platform for working with clients around the world for nutrition and lifestyle changes.What we talked about:4:40- How she got into chiropractic care and her own health story10:45- Her experience doing a water fast17:10- Who could benefit from chiropractic care the most and the most common ailments that Dr. Peacock sees22:25- Why she decided to go plant based29:15- Lifestyle wellness practices that she implements to optimize her health34:25- Supplements that Dr. Peacock recommends36:15- Most important lifestyle change to better your health37:45- The most rewarding thing about being an entrepreneur 40:15- Least favorite part about being an entrepreneur45:50- Wrap upShow notes:Dr. Peacock on InstagramDr. Peacock's WebsiteConnect with Stacey:Stacey on InstagramStacey's WebsiteJoin The Herban Farmacy Facebook GroupShop BeautycounterShop NeogenSandyBoy Productions Shows:Why is Everyone Yelling?The Up and Running PodcastThe Illuminate PodcastI'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein
Special "interview" podcast here, with Oklahoma State Cowgirl golfers, Maja Stark and Isabella Fierro!!! We were fortunate enough to spend 30-40 minutes with each lady and talk about the 2020-2021 season for the Cowgirls, what it was like competing in the NCAA Championships at Grayhawk, and how their "international paths" brought them to Stillwater from Sweden and Mexico, respectively! Great interviews and insights into what it's really like to be a college golfer at THE #golfschool, playing Karsten Creek from the tips, and their future plans for the LPGA tour! Plus, you get some bonus "Ice Age" impressions and nickname discussions from Isa at the end! Great stuff and we hope you enjoy listening to their stories as much as we did!
Former No.1 overall pick and UNLV icon Larry Johnson joins the guys for Episode 3 of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles. “Grandmama” is one of those players that the Knuckleheads idolized as kids, and this episode covers one of the most explosive NBA players ever. Tune in now! Winning an NCAA Championship against Duke - [11:22] Tupac, Snoop Dogg and UNLV's effect on the culture - [15:55] NBA draft, being the No. 1 overall pick and playing for the Hornets - [20:52] Signing with Converse — Grandmama commercials and favorite shoes - [22:30] Movies and television with Space Jam, Family Matters, etc. - [28:02] First time he met MJ - [31:12] Playing for the Charlotte Hornets - [32:20] Going to New York, playing for the Knicks - [47:30] See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“I feel so lucky that running has made me feel empowered and given me a lot of confidence. Finding that throughout high school was something that was really life-changing for me. I really want the younger generation to have that opportunity and to see the power of sport and the power they can find in themselves and in their team, and in connecting with others who have similar goals and passions. I really want to inspire that younger generation and see all the great things that they can do.” Welcome to U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials Week! The Trials officially kick off tomorrow, June 18, at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, OR, and today's guest, Elise Cranny, is definitely one to watch. Elise runs professionally for Nike and the Bowerman Track Club, and she will be competing in both the 5K (June 18) and 10K (June 26). Elise comes into the Trials with the fastest qualifying time in the 10K, and the third-fastest time in the 5K (behind her BTC teammates Shelby Houlihan and Karissa Schweizer), and she is fit, both physically and mentally. Just a few weeks ago, Elise won the 1500m event at the Portland Track Festival, running a 4:02 and earning both a personal best and an Olympic qualifying time (though she won't be going for the 1500m at the Trials). Before going pro, Elise was a standout runner at Stanford University. She was a 12-time All-American, and finished second at NCAA Championships four times. On this episode, Elise talks about her path to the Trials, her dreams for making her first Olympic team, her history with RED-S, and her experience as a Voice in Sport mentor. Keep your eyes on Elise this week! SPONSOR: AfterShokz — Visit ontherun.aftershokz.com for 15% off wireless headphones. What you'll get on this episode: Elise talks about her 1500m win at the Portland Track Festival (3:50) Elise confirms which events she'll be competing in at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials (7:20) On training at altitude in Park City, UT (11:50) Comparing the 1500, 5K, and 10K (14:30) What it's like working with Coach Shalane Flanagan (17:50) The workouts Elise loves — and the ones she loves a little bit less (22:00) On getting dropped at practice (25:40) How Elise has built her mental toughness and confidence (29:00) What Elise says her strengths and weaknesses are on the run (31:00) What Bowerman Track Club practice is like (35:00) Elise shares her running story (37:00) Elise's experience with RED-S in college (42:10) On the decision to go pro (46:30) Elise looks back on her first practice with Bowerman Track Club (50:00) Elise shares her pre-race rituals (1:01:20) Elise's biggest hopes, dreams, and goals both on and off the track (1:06:00) What we mention on this episode: Sinclaire Johnson on Episode 373 of the Ali on the Run Show Gabriela DeBues-Stafford on Episode 353 of the Ali on the Run Show Shelby Houlihan & Karissa Schweizer on Episode 357 of the Ali on the Run Show Shalane Flanagan on Episode 242 of the Ali on the Run Show Voice in Sport Sterling K. Brown's 2018 Stanford University commencement address Follow Elise: Instagram @elise.cranny Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
Scotty dries his Fleetwood Mac tears that started after reading the news that TSR is disbanding. We then transition to recapping favorite moments from the NCAA Championships and a few final words on how the down week went from serious training.
Today we take a look at 4 incredible storylines from the NCAA Championship including North Carolina A&T's incredible showing, athletes doubling, and much more. We also cover Fred Kerley's decision to drop the 400m for the Olympic Trials to focus on the 100m and 200m and much more. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support
The Locked On Utes Podcast for June 14, 2021 Poppy Tank shows strong at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field championship, finishing 9th and 22nd in the 10k and 5k races. We say goodbye and pay homage to one of the best to ever don the track shoes at the University of Utah The recruiting carousel is at full tilt, we have all the visits broken down for you, including two names at quarterback for the Utah football team, and some Texas speed at the defensive back position, including a breakdown of what happens on these visits. The Name and Image Likeness rule is going into effect, and Bryan is worried. He talks about his fears and the potential hurdles that are bound to come up with some sponsorships, and the lack of organization by the NCAA. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For the final three seasons at UCLA, Chen has served as Associate Head Coach, and, prior to that, he served as Assistant Coach for three years. During Chen's six seasons on Martin's coaching staff, the Bruins registered a 149-28 record (.842) and reached the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Championships five times. This past season, UCLA posted its third semifinal-round appearance of the stretch and totaled 30 wins for the first time in Martin's tenure. The Bruins also collected four Pac-12 regular-season titles and three tournament trophies during Chen's time on staff. Chen got his start with the Bruins as a student manager in 2001, as he played a pivotal role in the organization and growth of Martin's annual on-campus summer camp while fulfilling necessary off-court duties. The Bruins captured the NCAA title in 2005, Chen's penultimate year in the role. Chen's jack-of-all-trades skillset resulted in his hiring as Director of Operations upon his graduation from UCLA in 2006. He handled logistics, travel, equipment and management of all home events, including ITA Kick-Off Weekend, NCAA Regionals and the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships. A fixture in the tennis community both at home and abroad, Chen currently serves on the board of directors for ITA and USTA Southern California. A busy summer 2017 saw Chen guide Team Southern California to the title at the USTA Boys National Team Championships in Champaign, Ill., before leading Team USA and the mixed doubles duo of Bruins Jada Hart and Logan Staggs to a bronze medal at the 29th Summer Universiade in Taipei. Chen briefly ventured into a role with Pure Sports Management in 2007, but maintained his ties to UCLA as head coach of its club tennis team. Tennis PAL Chronicles is a tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your tennis obsession. Our global Fan Favorite reports are created by passionate fans who share news about their favorite players. Host Phillip Kim is the Tennis Pro at the historic Langham Huntington in Pasadena as well as the Director of Tennis for the City of Azusa and an avid player and coach. Visit tennispal.com to download the tennis app everyone is talking about and access the show notes! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Download from iTunes here Thanks for recommending and listening!
On Episode 15 of The Halfstep Pod, the guys discuss Grant's mentality a week out from the Trials 10k, how he plans to attack that race, and his mentality for his potential double attempt. They also talk about the first two days of the NCAA Championships and touch on the killer 5k at the Rome DL. They end by answering a listener question about the Tokyo Games-inspired Bowerman merch and the story behind the Japanese athletes who train with the group on a consistent basis. Thanks to everyone for listening and sorry for the delay between episodes! Please continue sending us your listener questions (email@example.com) or DM us on instagram! Be sure to rate us and subscribe if you haven't already in order to get our podcasts as soon as they drop!
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Friday, June 11, 2021 Friday on the podcast picked up where Thursday left off on College Football Playoff expansion and the details from the official announcement. Jake Hatch shared his thoughts on how it would affect the BYU football program and expressed how he feels that the proposed changes appear to be a net positive for the sport Attention then shifted to the 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown as we looked back on the 1963 season and the end of Hal Mitchell's run as head coach of the Cougars. Jake shared some notes that he received about Mitchell from his granddaughter and son about his time at BYU in addition to what he did after his coaching years Finally, the podcast wrapped up with the other BYU sports news out there, including All-Region honors going to men's golf standout Carson Lundell, track and field continuing to compete at the NCAA Championships and academic citations from the WCC handed out to the cross country program Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero - StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Miss Val" is regarded as one of the most accomplished gymnastics coaches of all-time. During her 28 year stretch as head coach of the UCLA Bruins women's gymnastics team, Miss Val captured 7 national championships and an amazing 18 PAC-12 championships. Originally recorded as a webinar for Snap! Raise LIVE, this interview covers her deep-rooted philosophy on success, her close relationship with Coach John Wooden, and the important work she thinks is ahead for coaches, educators, and leaders.VIEW the original webinar recording here.FOLLOW Miss Val here.LEARN MORE about Snap! Raise here.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Johnni DiJulius is the assistant wrestling coach at Harvard - go Crimson Tide - and is a former Ohio State Buckeye. While at Ohio State, Johnni was a 4x NCAA qualifier and a member of the 2015 NCAA Championship team. He was coached by the great Tom Ryan during his stint in Columbus. Johnni is also an avid BASE jumper and has some WILD videos on his Instagram. Enjoy! Follow Johnni on social… -Twitter: @johnnidijulius -Instagram: @johnnidijulius * PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBAT This episode is presented by Spartan Combat. Shop Kyle Dake Merch at SpartanCombat.Com. * FANS If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! * TEXT THE SHOW –Keyword: Wrestle –Number: 224-54 * FOLLOW the PODCAST Twitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My Life Facebook: Wrestling Changed My Life Website: wrestlingchangedmylife.com Shop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com *** ABOUT Presented by Spartan Combat and hosted by Ryan Warner, the award-winning Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features in-depth interviews with wrestlers, fighters and coaches. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday. Wrestling Changed My Life is the fastest growing wrestling podcast and has been featured as high as #28 on Apple's Top Sports Podcasts Charts.
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Tuesday, June 8, 2021 Tuesday's podcast opened with an update on the BYU football recruiting front as the Cougars' annual summer camps are underway in Provo with a number of prospects in future recruiting classes taking part. Jake Hatch shared some of his thoughts on how the open to the recruiting period may go for Kalani Sitake and co. as they jump in Attention then shifted to the 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown with a look at the 1960 campaign for the Cougars. In Tally Stevens' second and final season as head coach featuring a young team that was unable to rebuild on the fly, but did feature a standout return man in addition to the varsity debut of Eldon "The Phantom" Fortie Finally, the show wrapped up with a rundown of the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) region awards that featured six members of the BYU track and field programs honored for their exploits in the outdoor season as they prepare for the NCAA Championships that begin tomorrow in Eugene, OR Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Coach Cahill and St John Fisher College Offensive Coordinator Ian Pace as they discuss Freshman vs Transfer player, players first dealing with adversity and jumping into the Transfer Portal, players who can't find a home in the transfer portal, the change in the term offer and so much more! Pace comes to St. John Fisher having most recently been on the coaching staff at Division III Centre College where he guided the Colonels' offensive line and managed all gameday operations including run play calls and quality control. Prior to his stint at Centre, Pace worked the sidelines at Mississippi State University as the quality control coordinator for the team's tight ends where he helped lead the Bulldogs to the 2019 Music City Bowl. While in Starkville, Pace led all tight end position meetings and coached Farrod Green who was selected to participate in the NFLPA Bowl and currently plays for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. "I'm extremely humbled, honored, and enthusiastic to be named the new offensive coordinator at St. John Fisher College,” added Pace who earned a Bachelor's degree from Fordham before obtaining a Master's of Science degree from Bowling Green University. “I would like to thank Director of Athletics Bob Ward, Vice President for Enrollment Management Jose Perales, Assistant Athletic Director Jennifer Granger, and the rest of the hiring committee: coaches Bari Mance, Brandon Potter, and athletic facility manager Chris Bowman. I'm extremely excited and very appreciative of coach Vosburgh for this opportunity, and I'm looking forward to joining the St. John Fisher Football family. It is an unbelievable opportunity to help contribute to a program with a rich tradition and promising future. I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and getting to work." Before making the jump to the SEC, Pace was an integral part of a coaching staff at Fordham University that transformed the Rams into a perennial power. Over his six seasons at Fordham, Pace was a part of nearly 50 wins, a Patriot League title, and three straight NCAA FCS Championship appearances. Upon Pace's arrival in The Bronx in 2013, the Rams turned a 6-5 team into a 12-2 juggernaut that set a school record for wins in a season and won its first-ever NCAA FCS home playoff game after defeating Sacred Heart in the opening round, 37-27. In 2014, the Rams continued to roll after going 11-3 on the gridiron. The team would go on to win its first conference crown since 2007 en route to another second round appearance in the NCAA Championship. The following season, Fordham posted a 9-3 record and was once again among the league's top offenses as the Rams made their third consecutive appearance in the NCAA FCS Championship. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coachcahillshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachcahillshow/support
Katie Meili is a former member of the US National Team who won two medals (1x Gold, 1x Bronze) in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Katie grew up and started her swimming career in North Texas before committing to Columbia University where she competed for four years in college. Katie has a unique story as she is part of a small contingent of mid-major swimmers who have qualified for finals at the NCAA Championships. At the 2013 NCAA Championship Meet in Indianapolis, Katie finished 3rd in the 100 Breast, 9th in the 200 Breast, and 7th in the 200 IM. After college, Katie went on to train as a pro swimmer under legendary coach, David Marsh. It was under Marsh's training that Katie was able to explode onto the national and international scene to become one of the best breaststrokers in the world. In 2016, Katie competed for Team USA at the Rio Olympics and came home with a bronze medal in the 100 Breaststroke and a gold in the 4x100 Medley Relay. After retiring from swimming in 2019 Katie began focusing on her law degree and just recently graduated from Georgetown Law. We hope you enjoy this great interview! Follow Us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ultimateswimmergram Follow Katie On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katiemeili Follow Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshdavis_usa Like and Subscribe!
This week on @champandthetramp the boys welcome @coachgoodale on. If you’re a fan of collegiate wrestling you’re gonna want to tune into this episode. @coachgoodale is the former coach at Jackson Memorial High School where he coached 4 state champions. He then was offered the head coach position @ruwrestling in 2007. To say the wresting program at RU was struggling when he came on board would be an understatement. Undaunted, Coach Goodale accepted the challenge and completely turned the program around starting with his grass roots recruiting style. Under Goodale’s watch, RU has two individual national titles (Anthony Ashnault & Nick Suriano in 2019), three national finalists, 15 All-Americans, five conference champions (four Big Ten, one EIWA), 80 NCAA Championship bids, 32 Big Ten Conference Championships placewinners and 42 placewinners at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) Championships. The program has tallied an impressive 183-79-1 dual meet record during his 14 years, “On the Banks.” @coachgoodale is such a humble guy and great interview and an absolute legend here in NJ. Thanks so much for coming on Coach ! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Tuesday, June 1, 2021 A new month on the show began Tuesday as the guys from Locked On Washington Football Team shared their insight with Jake Hatch and BYU football fans about the chances that Dax Milne will make the WFT roster this fall as a seventh-round pick. Recent history indicates that he may just have a shot Attention then turned to the 100 Seasons of BYU Football Countdown as Jake Hatch looked back at 1955 as the seventh and final season of Chick Atkinson's tenure was a rough campaign to say the least. Hatch talked about what happened on the field as well as highlighting players who stood out amidst the lackluster record Finally, the show recapped the news from a long weekend, including the open of recruiting visits and evaluations across the NCAA, Alex Barcello's announcement that he will return to BYU this fall and a look at he 24 track and field athletes who punched their tickets to the NCAA Championships next week Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Made In - Go to MadeInCookware.com/LockedON, and use promo code LockedON for 15% off your first order. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Here we are, almost exactly a week after Brad Hurlbut, the athletic director at Fairleigh Dickinson and member of the local NCAA Championship committee who walked down the stairs of The University Club in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, put his hand on his chest and stomped on the hearts of the assembled crowd. In Part 1, we told the story of what happened last week. In Part 2, we covered what happened after they cancelled the championship. And in Part 3, I turn to Jay Bilas, the college basketball analyst who once played and coached at Duke and is still a practicing lawyer in North Carolina. Bilas has spent the better part of his career questioning and assessing the dysfunction and flaws of the NCAA. Bilas is brilliant. I always get smarter when I spend time with him. It’s Bilas, Bones, John Smoltz and Tony Romo who are on my modern Mount Rushmore of sports analysts. Even if I don’t care about the teams or the outcome, I’ll watch for an education on the sport and what I’m seeing on the screen. In this case, I called Bilas to teach us about what we saw on those steps that day, and I wanted to get a better understanding of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
“I feel like I’m in a good position to have a real crack at making the team.” With the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials coming up, now's a great time to get to know as many of the competitors as possible! Today (bonus episode day!), Bowerman Track Club's Sinclaire Johnson is here. Sinclaire is BTC's resident rookie: She joined the team last year, and made her official debut as a Bowerman member in February, where she ran and won the 800m at the Prickly Pair Invitational. (Not bad for the new kid!) On this episode, Sinclaire confirms that she will be competing in the 1500m at the Trials (her personal best is a 4:03.72, officially making her one to watch). She talks about running at Oklahoma State University, where she was the 2019 NCAA 1500m champion, and explains her decision to forgo her fifth-year eligibility in favor of going pro. She talks about signing with Nike, and about why she wanted to join Bowerman Track Club. (It has a little something to do with Shelby Houlihan.) Sinclaire and the team are training at altitude in Park City right now, though she otherwise calls Portland, OR, home. SPONSOR: Ranger Ready Repellents — Use code ONTHERUN10 for 10% off your purchase. What you’ll get on this episode: What life is like training at altitude in Park City (3:55) Sinclaire talks about her Bowerman Track Club racing debut — and win! (12:30) How Sinclaire is feeling looking forward to the Track & Field Trials (17:45) What Sinclaire’s childhood was like, and when running entered the picture (21:45) On winning NCAA Championships in the 1500m in 2019 (31:30) The decision to go pro (37:45) Why Bowerman Track Club? (43:45) All about Craig (55:00) What we mention on this episode: Shelby Houlihan on Episode 357 of the Ali on the Run Show Emma Abrahamson’s “A Day in the Life of Sinclaire Johnson” video Emma Abrahamson on Episode 319 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Sinclaire: Instagram @sinclairejohnson Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe, and leave a rating and review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts. And, as always, spread the run love by sharing this episode with your friends, family members, running buddies, or favorite internet strangers!
On Episode 328 of Spittin’ Chiclets the guys are joined by Dale Weise and Greg Carvel. The boys open up the show talking about the recent NHL trade deadline, including the Taylor Hall trade, the Nick Foligno trade, the Jeff Carter trade and tons more. The boys are then joined by Dale Weise (01:08:17). Dale joined to discuss his NHL career, playing in Montreal and guys fighting for the chance to fight Biz. The boys then break down some NHL news, including Jack Campbell’s incredible start. (02:28:01) UMass Head Coach Greg Carvel then joined the show to talk about winning the NCAA Championship, his coaching career, Cale Makar and tons more. The guys wrap up the show with some Masters and movies talk.
Kevin and Thom today opened with a recap of Baylor's demolition of Gonzaga in the NCAA Championship game last night. They discussed the Sam Darnold trade to Carolina and considered whether or not the final compensation would've been worth it for Washington. The boys also talked about the Nats finally opening their season and Aaron Rodgers hosting Jeopardy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Katie and Christina ditch Travis for a long-overdue catch up with [BEEP] (6:00), Christina has some pretty exciting life news (14:00), the crew dives into mental health and what they've learned about themselves over the last year (19:45) and then finally talk sports with the Women's NCAA Championship needing a banging highlights song. Plus, MLB & the Governor of Texas are at odds (1:00:00), breaking news of the Sam Darnold trade (1:17:00), Aaron Rodgers hosting Jeopardy (1:21:00) and so much more.
First things first, the Mad Hooper Talia Caldwell tells Logan and Raja why she’s so mad (0:25). After that, The Ringer’s Jomi Adeniran pops by to discuss his disappointment that Regé-Jean Page will not return to Season 2 of 'Bridgerton' (2:07). Then Monica McNutt joins Logan and Raja to talk about getting into journalism as a student athlete (8:22), Stanford’s win over Arizona to take the women’s NCAA championship (21:10), addressing disparities between how men and women basketball players are treated (29:16), how excited Knicks fans should be about this season (41:39), and who her favorite teams are for the upcoming WNBA season (44:49). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Guests: Monica McNutt, Talia Caldwell, and Jomi Adeniran Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices