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Episode 15 of Gator Tales with Sean Kelley features Max Starks and Tim Walton. Sean interviews Max Starks as he reminisces about his career as a Gator and a Steeler and shares a good Steve Spurrier story, too. Coach Tim Walton is preparing for his 19th season as head coach of Gators softball. Sean checks in with Walton for a preview of the 2024 team and the future of sport in the Olympics. UF student, Kenna McGinnis, is readying for final exams and takes us behind the scenes at one of her favorite study spots in "Kenna On Campus." Fans can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and SoundCloud as well as on FloridaGators.com. For more information, visit the Gator Tales page. Be sure to follow us on social and send us your questions and comments. We might even include your responses on a future episode. twitter.com/GatorsPodcast facebook.com/GatorsPodcast twitter.com/SeanKelleyLive
Today we are wrapping up our Recruit Reflections series for 2023 with Houry Gebeshian, who is not only a 2016 Olympian and the first female gymnast to represent Armenia at the Olympics, but she was a gymnast at Iowa and is the 2010 Big 10 Beam Champion. Houry is also a co-founder of Full Out College Recruiting and helps gymnasts achieve their college gymnastics dreams just like she did! For more on Full Out Recruiting: https://fulloutcollegiaterecruiting.com/ Email Houry: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you to our monthly Patreon supporters: Laura R, Marni S, Amelia G, Kentiemac, Bethany V, Diane J, Robert H, Bethany J, Hayley B, Christina K, Marissa G, Alicia O, Maria P, Ulo, Erin S, Lidia, Kelsey, Mama T, Steve I, Dana, Kyle M, Alex M, Jenna A, ML, Lela M, Kimberly G, Randee B, Sharon B, Catherine B, Martin, Jasmine C, Emily B, Derek H, M, Kerry M, Faith, Cathleen R, Paul M, Becca S, Maria L, Amy C, Faith M, Erica S, Semflam, Blake B, Katie C, Christa, Cookiemaster, & Lee B! You guys rock! Become a Patreon or submit a question for Question of the Week: https://linktr.ee/allthingsgympod?fbclid=PAAaYPgrew5mXGTEa1N7Uv8ZzvvDTD30OO6RKqWWajXDC0zi2GwnMqpksEdkg_aem_ASd4Gmq7rltK9DjXidnG9Aef3XLAnvS_BEpsKe80BWBvBm8aac_caQDVi8jrnvh7BYQ Join the gymnastics Discord: https://discord.com/invite/rTNmXUsYTU If you are a current or former athlete concerned about emotional, physical, or sexual abuse and are in need of support visit athletehelpline.org or text/call 1-888-279-1026 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/all-things-gymnastics/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/all-things-gymnastics/support
Grant Hackett is the greatest distance swimmer to ever live winning the Men's 1500 in back-to-back Olympic Games (2000 & 2004). He is a 7x World Champion in the same event (4 in LCM, 3 in SCM). He broke World Records in the 200/800/1500 LCM Free as well as the 400/800/1500 SCM Free. His 7:23 in the 800 SCM is still the fastest in human history. Our Sponsors: EO SWIM BETTER: Analyse your stroke technique with eo's SwimBETTER handsets. Go to eolab.com/SwimBETTER, and use code BRETT at checkout to get 9 months free on a single gold annual membership with any handset purchase. BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. SWIMSTRONG DRYLAND: SwimStrong Dryland inspires and changes the lives of competitive swimmers through strength and leadership training, motivation and care. IMAGINE SWIMMING: NYC's Premier Swim School is looking for instructors and coaches! Lessons for all ages, from Baby Swim to adults, along with competitive club teams. INTL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME: Help preserve swimming history by joining the 1 in 1000 Club! #swimming #worldaquatics #olympics 00:00 Hello Grant Hackett 3:15 Competitive nature 7:13 Rivalry with Ian Thorpe 11:27 Kieren Perkins 16:13 Personality and values 19:23 Denis Cotterell 23:17 Working hard in practice 26:06 Accountability 29:57 Winning regardless of the situation 33:48 Overcoming pressure 38:06 Supporting teammates 41:19 Brett Hawke lied to Grant Hackett at 2002 Pan Pacs 47:46 Winning mentality 53:11 Athens 2004 stories 54:57 Investing in relationships 58:38 Relationship with Ian Thorpe 1:01:13 Vulnerability 1:07:27 Michael Phelps 1:10:46 2000 Olympic Team Reunion
What do a Norweigan troll, Olympic skiing, and knitted socks have in common? In this episode, Jennifer + Josh cross the pond to recap and review Hallmark Channel's new 'Countdown to Christmas' movie, 'My Norweigan Holiday! We'll share plenty of laughs as we recap the plot, unpack Josh's Cry Count, and give you the bottom-line in our 'Gold or Coal' segment! Is this worth the watch? Listen to find out! Are you a DYWWIW fan? Tell a friend, take a minute to subscribe, and write a brief review! Also, we'd love to connect with you on our social media channels! Find links to everything on our website, at www.DoYouWatchWhatIWatch.com! And, as always, may your days be merry and bright!
2023 World Championship medalist and 2022 Olympian Julia Kern is making a name for herself as one of the fastest sprinters in cross country skiing. Julia is a 2022 Olympian and World Championship bronze medalist. She has secured two podiums in the ultra-competitive World Cup field, becoming the youngest American to podium on the World Cup, is a four-time National Champion, was the U23 World Champs bronze medalist, and was a key part in the World Junior Championships Relay (first ever USA relay medal at World Juniors). She was named to the U.S. team at only 17, now she is entering her ninth year on the team, her goals remain - winning Olympic medals, adding more World Cup podiums to her resume and positively impacting her community and the sport of cross-country skiing. Outside of skiing, Julia is always on the move. She enjoys anything outdoors, from climbing, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, swimming, beach volleyball or shooting hoops; she captures all her adventures with a camera in hand. She is also involved with the Share Winter Foundation, Little Bellas and Fast and Female. Get involved and support the show and more sports media for women through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hearher Find all episodes http://www.hearhersports.com/ Find Hear Her Sports on all social @hearhersports Find Julia Kern on IG at https://www.juliakernski.com/ Find Julia Kern on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@juliakernski
In this episode, we welcome Dan Henderson to the show. He is a retired MMA fighter who previously fought in the UFC, Pride, and Strikeforce. He was the first fighter in MMA history to be a 2-division champion of a major MMA promotion when he simultaneously held the Pride Middleweight (205 lb) and Welterweight (183 lb) titles. He also was the last Light Heavyweight champion for Strikeforce. He has wins over the likes of Fedor Emelianenko, Wanderlei Silva, Shogun Rua, Vitor Belfort, Rich Franklin, Michael Bisping, Big Nog, Renzo Gracie, Carlos Newton, and others. He was also a 2-time Olympian, representing the United States as a member of the Greco-Roman wrestling team in 1992 (Barcelona) and 1996 (Atlanta). His fight against MMA legend Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 139 (2011) was inducted into the Fight Wing of the UFC Hall of Fame in 2018. He also just released a memoir entitled Hendo: The American Athlete. In this interview, we discuss what it was like growing up with a tough and athletic father, why he decided to wrestle, when he and his coaches realized he had what it took to become an Olympian, why he started fighting MMA while still chasing his Olympic dream, what it was like fighting in the early days of MMA where you typically had to fight multiple times in one night, when he decided to pursue MMA full time at the age of 30, his legendary fights against Wanderlei Silva, Fedor Emelianenko, and Shogun Rua, his legendary knockout of Michael Bisping, his thoughts on God and Jesus, the one fight of his he would leave for humanity, and much more. Let's get into it… Episode notes and links HERE. Donate to support our mission of equipping men to push back darkness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In less than a year, France will play host to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The opening ceremony will be played out along the River Seine in the nation's capital city Paris. The Seine is also set to be the scene of the open-water swimming events and work is now being done to make sure the polluted waterway will be clean and safe enough for the Olympic participants. To accommodate the expected influx of visitors to the Games, new transport links are been built. Whilst its already been acknowledged that some of the network is planned to link up a number of Olympic sites, it won't be ready in time for the Games. There are plans to provide extra river boats and cycle lanes.In addition to all this is the question of whether the French themselves are in the mood to celebrate the Games. This summer saw waves of social and political unrest in the country, but traditional sporting events like the Rugby World Cup have played a role in bringing the country together.This week on The Inquiry, we're asking ‘Is Paris Ready for the 2024 Olympics?' Contributors: Jean-Marie Mouchel, Professor of Hydrology, Sorbonne University, Paris, France Florence Villeminot, Journalist and Presenter, France 24, Paris, France Bill Hanway, Global Sports Leader, AECOM, Dallas, Texas, USA Rainbow Murray, Professor of Politics, Queen Mary University of LondonPresenter: Tanya Beckett Producer: Jill Collins Researcher: Matt Toulson Technical Producer: Kelly Young Production Co-ordinator: Jordan King Editor Tara McDermottPhoto: Olympic Rings to celebrate the IOC official announcement that Paris won the 2024 Olympic bid are seen in front of the Eiffel Tower at the Trocadero square in Paris, France, September 16, 2017. Credit: Reuters
Episode 136: Dr Andy McDonald chats to Dan Howells founder of Collaborate Sports. Dan is a high performance coach, with a career spanning over 15 years of work in elite sport, both in the UK and the USA. Dan is a certified Strength & Conditioning coach with the UKSCA aad NSCA, and has worked with Olympic and Paralympic Programmes, The US and GB Ski Teams, The English Institute of Sport, Wasps Rugby Club, England Rugby 7s, Team GB Rugby 7s (2016 and 2020) and the Houston Astros MLB Club. As well as focusing on creating impact and success within performance sport organisations, Dan is passionate about creating real world learning opportunities for developing coaches and practitioners. Coaching coaches is something he is heavily invested in. If you are looking for personal development, the opportunities provided across the Collaborate Sports platform are unique and will be able to provide development for you in varied and exciting ways. Todays conversation between Andy and Dan is focussed on the grey area between Physiotherapy & Strength & Conditioning and how practitioners can work with other disciplines effectively. . Topics Discussed Outcome led & principle based rehab Creating an environment for teamwork Co-planning rehab Athlete perspective in rehab - REHAB SIMPLIFIED GROUP MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME - Where you can find Dan: Instagram LinkedIn X Collaborate Sports - Sponsors VALD Performance, makers of the Nordbord, Forceframe, ForeDecks and HumanTrak. VALD Performance systems are built with the high-performance practitioner in mind, translating traditionally lab-based technologies into engaging, quick, easy-to-use tools for daily testing, monitoring and training - Where to Find Us Keep up to date with everything that is going on with the podcast by following Inform Performance on: Instagram Twitter Our Website - Our Team Andy McDonald Ben Ashworth Alistair McKenzie Dylan Carmody
MLB pitcher Nick Martinez describes himself as 'hard to kill.' In this episode of Keep Swinging with Matt Stucko, you'll learn the meaning behind that phrase and everything about his remarkable journey from the collegiate to professional level, including a stop in Japan to play baseball. The right hander is close friends with past Keep Swinging guest Eddy Alvarez, who is only the sixth athlete in Olympic history to medal in both the Summer and Winter Olympics. In 2021, the duo played on Team USA. Martinez played a key role in that tournament that led to a silver medal. Please share, rate and review the show if you get any value from it to help support Keep Swinging!
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We're taking another trip to Paris to learn more about the 2024 summer games, and about the history of the games in general. Our guest is Dave Guenther, Founder & President of Roadtrips - my go to partner when planning luxury travel centered around sporting events. And the partner I am traveling with to the Summer Games in Paris next year as well. As you can imagine, we are both THRILLED for next year and we chat all about the history of the Olympics, the new sporting events we'll see in 2024, the fabulous setting that Paris will make for the games, and the hope that bringing people together from around the world inspires. I hope you enjoy this fun episode of Luxury Travel Insider. Learn more at www.luxtravelinsider.com Connect with me on Social: Instagram LinkedIn
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, Ohtani to the Jays looks real (00:00), Gary Bettman speaks about next year's salary cap (21:15), NHL players going to the Olympics in 2026 (37:00), an update on the 2018 World Junior investigation (48:30), the Coyotes new arena plans (53:00), Rasmus Ristolainen and Tyson Barrie (55:00), Philip Broberg wants out of Edmonton (1:04:00), Sheldon Keefe is grumpy (1:20:00), the Ottawa Senators hire Jacques Martin (1:22:45), paying to meet a mascot (1:31:00), and Rizz and Steve's bad trade (1:43:00). Visit this episode's sponsors: Make your brain your friend, with BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/sdp today to get 10% off your first month. Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake For general inquiries email: email@example.com Reach out to https://www.sdpn.ca/sales to connect with our sales team and discuss the opportunity to integrate your brand within our content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Karen and Robby get to know 4* Eventer, Maddie Temkin. Maddie shares her story of growing up in California and riding many naughty ponies that eventually taught her to become the rider she is today. Maddie and her family recently moved to Lexington, Kentucky to run their Eventing program. Maddie also shares how she catch rode a horse that eventually became her Advanced horse. Since then, Maddie has found her recent horse that has taken her to the next level as well as a couple young horses - one that was the 2023 YEH 5y/o East Coast Reserve Champion. We hope you enjoy getting to know Maddie as much as we did.PC: US EventingTo follow Maddie:https://www.instagram.com/maddytemkineventing/Please support our sponsors:https://cowboymagic.com/https://manentailequine.com/https://exhibitorlabs.com/https://www.triplecrownfeed.com/https://www.fairfaxandfavor.com/Save 10% off your Redingote purchase, use "MLE10" at checkout!https://landing.redingoteequestrian.com/mleSign up for our mailing list!https://mailchi.mp/b232b86de7e5/majorleagueeventingllc?fbclid=IwAR2Wp0jijRKGwGU3TtPRN7wMo-UAWBwrUy2nYz3gQXXJRmSJVLIzswvtClECheckout the Major League Eventing store!https://www.majorleagueeventing.com/shop
Part Two of the Morning Footy podcast kicks off by previewing Stuttgart vs Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal and Bio Reyna's need for consistent minutes (1:27). Then, Mbizo Mzamane is welcomed in to discuss the final match day in Brazil with the title set up nicely for Palmeiras (12:58). Next, the MF crew discuss Luis Suarez and his inevitable move to MLS joining up with Messi in Miami (22:37). Then, a preview of Marseille vs Lyon and what has happen with the latter side in what can only be called a disastrous season (27:45). Next, a look at UEFA's Women's Nations League and England's failure to qualify for the Olympics in 2024 (35:33). And finally, Christian Ramirez joins MF to talk about all things Columbus Crew and the MLS Cup Final (40:27). Morning Footy is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Morning Footy podcast on Twitter: @CBSSportsGolazo, @susannahcollins, @nicocantor1, @NotAlexis, @CharlieDavies9 For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is The Lap Count newsletter by Kyle Merber, as read by Chris Chavez. Join more than 15,000 people who stay up-to-date with all the thrilling action and biggest stories in the world of track & field – delivered right to your inbox every Wednesday morning. Subscribe at http://thelapcount.com/ In this week's newsletter: – Boston University: Still FAST!!!
Chloe Morgan and Charlotte Harpur are with Sophie Penney to relive the emotional rollercoaster of the three stoppage time goals that meant Team GB miss out on the Olympics. What went wrong for England? Is missing the Olympics a big deal? And where do they go from here? Plus, Mia Eriksson joins us as Sweden, silver medallists at the last two Games, fail to make the Olympics for the first time ever. Producer: Sophie Penney Executive Producer: Abi Paterson Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff and Greg kick off the show discussing the Ottawa Senators' coaching staff following the addition of Jacques Martin, what is going through D.J. Smith's head, and more. Then, the pair weigh in on the highs and lows of the "Hughes Bowl" last night, as well as the NHL Board of Governors Meeting. Next, they chat about the discussions regarding the NHL's participation in the 2026 Olympics and the concerns surrounding arena construction in Italy. They end things off discussing some of the proposed rule changes that the PWHL could implement ahead of their inaugural season. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
“It says a lot about her and her career in general. She came in struggling, having gotten hurt at the end of high school. I'm so grateful that this program was able to help her get back and that she had the teammates and support here that she was able to come back after a disappointing end to her high school career and be able to have the career she's had here at NC State. I know some of her last individual [performances] weren't what she was hoping for or what we thought could have happened, but for her to end on a team championship will mean a lot to her looking back and it means so much to our program, staff and everyone at NC State."This is a bonus episode that complements our interview with Katelyn Tuohy, who has decided to forego the remainder of her NCAA eligibility to turn professional and has signed a contract with adidas. We chatted with coach Laurie Henes just a few weeks after leading the Wolfpack to their third consecutive NCAA cross country title. Henes and Tuohy are just two of the faces behind the women's cross-country dynasty that resulted in those trophies along with NCAA regional titles and ACC titles. In addition to the team's success, Henes has also overseen Tuohy's training for four individual NCAA titles and three collegiate records. As one chapter closes for the duo, and another begins, not too much will change. Tuohy will remain under Henes' guidance into the Olympic year. In this episode, we'll talk about Tuohy's legacy at NC State, how coach Henes oversaw her development and what's coming next. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
“It's cool to see one of your dreams come true. I remember one meeting we had in high school where my coach was saying how he'd never coached a professional runner. And then he turned to me and was like, ‘Yet.' So that was the first time I was like, ‘OK, someone believes that I can make it happen'. It's been really cool over the past few years chasing this dream and finally having it come true.” My guest for today's episode is NC State's Katelyn Tuohy, who has decided to forego the remainder of her NCAA eligibility to turn professional and has signed a contract with adidas, she told CITIUS MAG in an exclusive interview before her announcement on Wednesday afternoon. Ahead of the Olympic year, Tuohy plans to remain under the guidance of NC State coach Laurie Henes and may split time between Raleigh, North Carolina, and a possible training stint in Flagstaff, Arizona, to train at altitude for the first time in her career. Last month, Tuohy wrapped up one of the most decorated NCAA careers by a distance runner with four individual NCAA titles; three NCAA cross country team titles; three NCAA records, 11 All-American titles, and five SEC championships. Despite her long list of credentials, Tuohy is still only 21 years old. In 2022, she became one of the first collegiate cross country runners to sign an NIL deal - also with adidas - and has amassed a sizable fandom that includes over 100,000 followers on Instagram. At the most recent U.S. championships, she finished 7th in the 5000m, the top collegian in the event. If Tuohy achieves the qualifying standard (14:52.00) and finishes in the top three of the upcoming U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials next June, she could become the youngest woman to make the U.S. Olympic team in the 5000m. In this episode, we talk all about the decision to turn pro and what she's looking forward to most. She reflects on her Wolfpack career and opens up a bit about what it's been like being in the spotlight from a high school star to now. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
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Phil Daru is one of the most respected MMA trainers in the world, and trains NFL players, world champion boxers, and Olympic athletes as well. He focuses on getting his clients in optimal physical shape and helps them develop warrior mindsets – that permeate throughout their lives. So, if you're looking to attack life with a vigorous mindset, get ready to learn from the master. If you enjoy this episode, please consider leaving a rating and a review. It makes a huge difference in helping us spread the word about the show.Thanks for listening! To join our #POSITIVITY community or to learn more about Moshe, visit https://linktr.ee/moshepopackTopics:2:40 – What Phil's mindset was like early on in life, and where it is now.4:55 – Why knowing yourself, and who you truly are, is so important for your journey in life.9:20 – Why you need to look at yourself as a “high performer.”13:50 – Why it's important for kids and teenagers to play sports.17:45– How to stack little “wins” throughout the day.21:20 – The biggest names he's trained, including Kevin James, Dustin Poirier, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, and more.25:00 – The mental discipline that martial arts can teach you.28:40 – How meditation can help you gain mental clarity and focus.
In this episode of “In Stride,” Sinead is joined by Irish Olympic event rider Austin O'Connor. Austin O'Connor won the 2023 Maryland 5* at Fair Hill on Colorado Blue, making it the first CCI5*-L victory by an Irish rider in nearly six decades. Earlier in the 2023 season, Austin finished 3rd at Badminton on Colorado Blue. Austin has represented Ireland at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics, and 2021 Tokyo Olympics, where he placed 13th on Colorado Blue. In 2017, Austin was dubbed ‘cross country ride of the day' with Kilpatrick Knight at Badminton CCI4*, earned a bronze medal in the Irish leg of the FEI Nations Cup at Tattersalls with Balham Houdini, and made an FEI European Championships appearance in Poland with Kilpatrick Knight. In 2020, Austin finished 3rd at the Little Downham CCI4*S and had a clear cross-country round at his first CCI5* at Pau. Austin is currently based in England at Alderbrook Stud, where he produces top-quality horses with his wife, Amy O'Connor. In this episode, Austin discusses various topics related to producing top horses for his competitive career, including: • The pressure of competing and learning to refocus when things don't go as planned. • How he has designed his business to work with his competitive career. • His string of up-and-coming horses and the approach he takes to starting young horses. • His thoughts on frangible technology and designing courses for safety. • Representing Ireland in the Olympics and the management team's involvement in his career. • What he looks for when it comes to finding horses with the potential to do a 4* or 5*. Join Austin and Sinead in this exciting conversation on producing and competing top horses.
Alison Gibson is a former NCAA diving champion and four-time All-American diver at the University of Texas. In 2020, she qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in the women's synchronized 3 meter springboard with partner Krysta Palmer. She is currently training for the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris. Today on the podcast, we talk to Alison Gibson about her journey with Christ, being judged as a sport, finding her identity in Christ, her definition of success and the decision to come out of retirement to continue her Olympic dream. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine
Welcome back to Private Parts, the podcast where nothing is off limits.It's Hump Day and we're back with another bonus instalment for you all to enjoy. In this episode, Jamie tells Tom how hosting the Wonka premiere went down, and the profound question he asked Hugh Grant. They also discuss what they would rather have awarded to them: an Olympic medal, a Nobel Prize, knighthood... or a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. As well as this, they chat about the best Christmas presents they've ever received and how Jamie's presence at Tom's Christmas Quiz did not go unnoticed. Listen to find out more!For all info on Tom's tour dates including how to buy tickets, click here NOW!To follow Tom on Instagram, click here.Don't forget to follow us on all our socials by clicking here, and make sure you don't miss out on our weekly episodes by subscribing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A very special guest joins the podcast this week as Mary Kate Shea sits in with Des and Kara. Mary Kate (aka MK) is the Director of Professional Athletes and Technical Support for the Boston Athletic Association (aka the BAA) and personal friend of Des. Before giving details on the episode itself, it'll be important for you, if you haven't already, to find the viral video that Kara mentions at the start of the podcast. It may or may not be posted on Kara's social media and will show you the proper way to exit a party. The legend of Des Linden only keeps growing... From there, the episode takes a bunch of twists and turns starting with a proper discussion of the merits of cross country as an Olympic sport and then shifting to everything you never thought you needed to know about recruiting elites to the Boston Marathon and the rules and regs of elite bottle support. Seriously, the process behind fueling elites on-course in the major marathons is surpisingly fascinating. You will never watch a marathon in the same way again. You will also learn that MK is awesome and that we couldn't possibly have a better person curating the Boston elite field for us. Thanks to MK for joining the podcast and for hosting Des on her trip to watch the most boring football game ever played!
Declan Rice rescues Arsenal in a thrilling fightback against Luton. James McNicholas was at Kenilworth Road as the Gunners remained composed in the chaos. Manchester United get ready to face Chelsea amid questions over Eric ten Hag's management style. Laurie Whitwell was one of the journalists allowed at the pre match press conference as club-media relations sour. Team GB fail to qualify for the Olympics despite a 6-0 win for England. Charlotte Harpur watched the heartbreak in Hampden. Host: Tim Spiers Producer: Mike Zimmermann and Abi Paterson Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Headline News In a big win for Gymnasts for Change, British Gymnastics released new safeguarding policies that should be the model for federations around the world Riley McCusker is injured, and Spencer tries to convince you it's all just a bad dream Lindenwood is shutting down its gymnastics team after the 2024 season More on the banning of Elvira Saadi in Canada NCAA 2024 - Getting Ahead of the Game Jessica corners you in an elevator and tells you what she loves about college gymnastics Death to the "Alabama Shuffle:" a major rule change is coming to college gymnastics landings in 2024. We administer a quiz on the new regulations, discuss which gymnast the new requirement was obviously modeled after, and give our overall impressions Meet the Ninja Level 10s: Learning the names of gymnasts you can become obsessed with before the bandwagon starts, including KJ Kindler's dream come true, the new queen of bars, and...Nastia's clone? Power Rankings Fight A.k.a., why does Jessica hate Flavia? We released our new GymCastic World Elite Power Rankings, and Spencer would like everyone to know that it's not his fault. Plus, an update on Russia at the Olympics, as well as lawsuits about NIL and Title IX The GIFT of Club Gym Nerd Join Club Gym Nerd (or give it as a gift!) for access to weekly Behind the Scenes Q&A episodes, dedications, mini-commissions and group commissions Club Gym Nerd members get access to all of our exclusive extended interviews, Behind The Scenes and College & Cocktails episodes. Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here and even "tapestries" (banners perfect to display in an arena) to support your favorite gymnast here. RELATED EPISODES Emergency Gymternet News Biggest Gymnastics Pet Peeves Authorized Neutral Athletes Gymnastics Movie Club: Perfect Body Trouble in Romania Best Cheng Ever? RESOURCES & CITATIONS Gymlytics Fantasy Gym Make It Count Dolly Parton Stampede meet (not an NCAA meet) Gymnastics History and Code of Points Archive from Uncle Tim Follow the effects of the Russian invasion to Ukraine at Gymnovosti The Highest D and E scores from The Gymternet Men's Gymnastics coverage from Kensley Neutral Deductions MORE WAYS TO LISTEN HERE
Lucas Foster, hailing from Telluride, Colorado, embodies an accomplished career as a snowboarder, showcasing his dedication and prowess in the sport. His impressive journey includes a 17th place finish in the 2022 Olympics, multiple podium finishes in the NorAm Cup, a second-place position in the U.S. championships, and numerous commendable rankings in various competitions. During his formative years, Lucas faced limited access to halfpipes in his local area, which prompted him to ski in other regions' halfpipes merely five to ten times a year. However, as his snowboarding career progressed, he immersed himself more deeply into mastering the halfpipe, dedicating extensive time to perfecting his skills in this domain. Beyond his snowboarding endeavors, Lucas maintains a strong focus on health and wellness. He attributes skateboarding as a significant influence on his snowboarding journey, highlighting its role in shaping his approach to the sport.
Jenny Chiu, Lisa Carlin, Sandra Herrera, and Darian Jenkins discuss the latest news in the women's game including Caroline Seger announcing her retirement from international play, Sarah Lowden formally leaving the Houston Dash, and the 2025 Euros taking place in Switzerland (2:10). Then, the crew talk Women's Nataions League Match Day 5 with England surpassing the Netherlands and Sweden missing the Olympics for the first time ever (9:50). Next, Christine Cupo is welcomed in to discuss the Italy's huge upset over the current World Champions Spain (24:33). Then, the A3 team take a deeper look at the USWNT result over China from the weekend, what stood out, and what they hope to expect when the two face off again Tuesday night (33:48). And finally, some notable CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup results including Mexico over Puerto Rico to punch their ticket to the Group Stage (42:50). Watch USWNT, NWSL and WSL games on P+" with a link to https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ Attacking Third is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Attacking Third team on Twitter: @AttackingThird, @SandHerrera_, @LisaCarlin32, @Jordangeli , @JennyaChiu and @Darian_Jenks. Visit the Attacking Third YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/attackingthird You can listen to Attacking Third on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Attacking Third podcast." For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Could Newcastle really sign David de Gea? Is Wilder set for a wild Premier League return? David Ornstein has the latest. Will Manchester City players be charged by the FA? Oli Kay thinks only the club will be fined. And what's at stake for the Lionesses as they reach Olympics crunch time? Charlotte Harpur is in Edinburgh for the match. Host: Michael Bailey Producer: Mike Zimmermann Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hermès link. This week, Jimmy and Larry are back from Aspen for a 1% pod on their upcoming incense collab with Cremate dropping this Friday, esteemed loudmouths and style bros, the best pants of next year, dinky pinky Chrome, how Lawrence knows James likes his jacket, cursed omens at the clearport, an honest assessment of private jet seating real estate that was learned the hard way but thankfully redeemed, Seal Team Dicks, reuniting with our old pal Christopher Wallace aka the last romantic, whether or not Colorado is a top 5 state, various attempts at bonding with a variety of different kinds of folks on a press/influencer trip, the crown jewel of molecular gastronomy, the future of AI and betting according to experts, reviewing Kevin Costner's 160 acre ranch, the Francis Mallmann experience, getting your Heattech charmed off by a two-time Olympic gold medalist, a speakeasy rapturing, being influencer pilled in real time, coming back to reality via an authentic Brooklyn experience with our buddy and Industry co-creator Konrad Kay and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.
It's all about Vin Baker this week! The best-kept secret out of Connecticut joins the pod to talk about his journey from University of Hartford to 4x NBA All-Star to Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach. Vin looks back on his years facing off against some of the NBA's greatest centers, being an original member of Jordan Brand, winning a championship as a coach, the power of vulnerability and overcoming addiction. Tune in for the full story! Old Saybrook, summer hoops in Florida, UConn camp University of Hartford, ‘America's Best-Kept Secret' article, NBA draft experience Playing against Pat Ewing, Zo, Olajuwan, etc. Glenn Robinson's $100 mil, Jordan Brand, Seattle Supersonics Gary Payton, NY Knicks, taking mental health seriously Getting hired by the Bucks, Giannis and Dame, winning a championship 2000 Olympics and Vince Carter's dunk See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For close to half a century after World War II, Marty Glickman was the voice of New York sports. His distinctive style of broadcasting, on television and especially on the radio, garnered for him legions of fans who would not miss his play-by-play accounts. From the 1940s through the 1990s, he was as iconic a sports figure in town as the Yankees' Mickey Mantle, the Knicks' Walt Frazier, or the Jets' Joe Namath. In addition to the stories of how he became a master of American sports airwaves, Marty Glickman has also been remembered as a Jewish athlete who, a decade before he sat in front of a microphone, was cynically barred from running in a signature track event in the 1936 Olympics by anti-Semitic American Olympic officials. Glickman's story underscores the complexities that faced his generation of American Jews as these children of immigrants emerged from their ethnic cocoons and strove to succeed in America amid challenges to their professional and social advancement. To explore Glickman's story is today's guest, Jeffrey Gurock, author of Marty Glickman: The Life of an American Jewish Sports Legend.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3101278/advertisement
Oscar Pistorius became famous for not allowing a handicap to stand in his way to Track and Field success. After becoming a Paralympic Champion he fought his way through the courts to be allowed to compete in non-disabled competitions. In 2012 he competed in the Summer Olympics in London and became one of the most famous people in the world, earning the nickname "Blade Runner" for the prosthetic legs he uses to run. Less than 6 months after the Olympic Games, Pistorius claims he hears a noise in the middle of the night and thinks someone is breaking in, but what happens next lands him in jail, charged with murder! Join Joseph Scott Morgan and Dave Mack as they break down the case of Oscar Pistorius. Did he kill his girlfriend in cold blood or was it a horrible mistake. Transcript Highlights: 00:01:11 Oscar Pistorius getting out of prison 00:03:11 Pistorius fought to compete in non-disabled competition 00:04:02 Discussion of who Oscar Pistorius is and his fame at the time of this incident 00:06:58 Discussion of legs being amputated at 11 months old 00:10:56 How to figure out directionality of weapons that are fired 00:12:40 Pistorius and Steenkamp had dated only 90 days 00:13:45 Body Bags and Domestic Disputes 00:14:52 Discussion of waking up, hearing something 00:16:05 Pistorius claims he heard things, overcome with fear 00:17:37 Talk about Pistorius and guns 00:19:15 What happens when victim is in bathroom? 00:21:51 He claims that he shot her after he had put his legs on. 00:22:06 Story told by Pistorius doesn't match facts 00:24:12 Discussion of victim being shot through the door 00:25:57 Discussion of stomach contents of victim 00:26:15 Time of morning, 3:19am 00:26:41Said there were four quick shots. 00:28:14 Did he retrieve his legs at this point in time and come back to? 00:29:34 Talk about scene, towels, debris, trying to stop bleeding 00:30:29 Discussion of the Blades giving him and advantage 000:31:33 Pistorius remains on scene, in kitchen, should have been in back of squad car 00:32:26 Three components in gunshot residue. We look for antimony, we look for barium and we look for lead. 00:33:43 Talk about prosthetics and if he had them on 00:34:38 Discussion about suspect is not in charge of investigation 00:35:35 Pistorius claims he kept her airway open with his fingers 00:36:35.Pistorius is scheduled to be released from custody in January of 2024 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"In my mind, I have the situation going on in Ukraine. So it was really complicated for me to turn off this emotion and to be focused only on high jump. I'm really thankful to my coach because she said to me, ‘We come to show the results. We come for the gold medal. And we come for our country, to show all people that we are strong and will fight in all areas.'" Ukraine's Yaroslava Mahuchikh will make her debut at the 116th Millrose Games at The Armory on Feb. 11 in New York City. Mahuchikh just wrapped up a stellar 2023 season in which the 21-year-old claimed gold in the women's high jump at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest by clearing 2.01m on her second try. She completed her global outdoor medal set after earning a silver medal at the 2019 and 2022 World Championships and an Olympic bronze medal in Tokyo in 2021. Mahuchikh also earned a gold medal at the 2022 World Indoor Championships in Belgrade, Serbia – which took place just weeks after fleeing her home in Dnipro due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. She traced by car for three days to make her way to the championships. She has been training in Germany and Turkey within the past year. At 21 years old, she has been very vocal about using sport as a platform for promoting peace and awareness about how the war has devastated Ukraine. In September, Mahuchikh cleared a world-leading 2.03m to win the women's high jump at the Prefontaine Classic and defend her Diamond League trophy. Following the meet, she spent a few days in New York City to celebrate her 21st birthday. The Millrose Games is the sixth stop on the 2024 World Athletics Indoor Tour Gold calendar. Livestream and television broadcast details will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more Millrose Games athlete announcements as the pro fields come together. Tickets to the 116th Millrose Games can be purchased online at millrosegames.org. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Ever wondered how a simple technique like micro needling could effectively combat hair loss? Strap in for a journey of intriguing discoveries as we shed light on this promising procedure and its potential to stimulate hair growth. Alongside sharing my personal experiences, we'll delve into the science behind micro needling, discussing how it increases blood flow to the scalp, thereby encouraging hair growth.Switching gears, we'll reminisce about the warm and memorable Thanksgiving experiences, from the scrumptious dishes that graced our tables to the joy of spending time with our loved ones. As we navigate through this episode, we&a