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All of our TKFLASTANIS are very dear to us, but Citizen #1 will have a special place in our hearts. Bobsledder Josh Williamson, winner of the first season of Team USA's "The Next Olympic Hopeful" was our first interviewee, and now he returns, on the cusp of fulfilling his "Next Olympic Hopeful" goals and making it to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. We catch up with Josh and learn how he's approaching this season, what it's like to become a veteran in the sport, and what the bobsled track at Beijing is like (POV video here). Follow Josh on Twitter and Insta In our history moment on Atlanta 1996, Alison dives into maybe the most controversial phrase that came out of Juan Antonio Samaranch's mouth during the Games. Also on tap, we've got news from TKFLASTAN, including updates on Evan Dunfee, Dawn Harper Nelson, Connor Fields and Stephanie Roble. In our Beijing 2022 update, the Olympic Flame is officially lit and has traveled to Beijing, though not without controversy. The Torch Relay, of which there are few details, includes the inspiring slogan "Health, Joy and Energy." Alison is not impressed by Jill's attempts to spruce that up. And we have news from Milan-Cortina 2026, in which we are completely unsurprised to learn of venue changes due to cost containment needs. The Games aren't even for another 4+ years, but maybe it's a good thing that they've figured this out now. Thanks so much for listening, and until next time, keep the flame alive! PHOTO: Courtesy of Josh Williamson *** Keep the Flame Alive: The Podcast for Fans of the Olympics and Paralympics with hosts Jill Jaracz & Alison Brown Support the show: Tell a friend: http://flamealivepod.com Bookshop.org store: https://bookshop.org/shop/flamealivepod Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/flamealivepod Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/keep-the-flame-alive Hang out with us online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flamealivepod Insta: http://www.instagram.com/flamealivepod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/flamealivepod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312069749587022 Newsletter: Sign up at http://flamealivepod.com VM/Text: (208) FLAME-IT / (208) 352-6348
Eleanor Oldroyd is joined by a plethora of guests to look at the lack of diversity in one of the traditional Olympic sports – cycling. Dr Marlon Moncrieffe, who has written extensively on the subject of black cyclists in Britain, joins Eleanor as they speak to people who are changing the face of the sport. We hear from triple Paralympic cycling gold medallist Kadeena Cox and Women's UCI professional cyclist Teniel Campbell. We get a grassroots perspective from Women of Colour Cycling Collective coach Alison Wood, and British Cycling's delivery director Dani Every. Plus Aimee Fuller takes a trip to Lee Valley Velo Park to find out about a new initiative aimed at getting more children from diverse backgrounds on bikes.
Leadership Under Fire Human Performance Data Analyst Timothy Clarke guest hosts this episode of the Optimizing Human Performance Podcast featuring Brad Snyder. Brad is a multi-time Paralympic Gold Medalist in swimming and triathlon. In September 2011, while serving in the US Navy, Brad stepped on an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan rendering him completely blind. It wasn't long before Brad found a new purpose and dedicated himself to competing at the 2012 London Paralympics the following summer winning a gold medal in swimming. Brad repeated this feat at the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Paralympics, but decided to switch gears this year in Tokyo competing instead at the sport of triathlon. All told Brad has won six gold and two silver medals at the Paralympics. Brad is a US Naval academy graduate and author of the book Fire in My Eyes: An American Warrior's Journey from Being Blinded on the Battlefield to Gold Medal Victory. Brad is also currently pursuing a PhD at Princeton in Public Policy.
Taking a few extra showers or baths each day is the best Paralympic gold medal winning swimmer Tupou Neiufi can do while she's locked out from a swimming pool. Neiufi hasn't been in a pool for seven weeks since winning the 100-metre backstroke title at the Tokyo Paralympics. She hopes to compete at next year's World Championships and Commonwealth Games and so wants to get back into training as soon as possible. Neiufi went straight from MIQ to lockdown with her family in Māngere.
This week we have another all British show! We're talking to Tim Don—the Olympian and former Ironman world record holder is maybe best known these days as "the man with the halo," after breaking his neck when he was hit by a car in Kona and spending months in a halo device that was screwed into his skull and held his neck in place. He came back from that to run the Boston Marathon and race Kona. Now we talk about all the things he's involved in: serving as a team captain for Super League, a back-up guide for the Paralympics, and don't count him out yet at the age of 43, he's training in the UK rain and getting ready for next year's races. He's also a dad and his kids interrupt us a couple times, because they want to play! We also first do a quick preview of the showdown going on this weekend at Ironman California and why the pros are battling for end-of-year rankings. For more questions with Tim, check out our Q&A on Super League and what's next at Triathlete. This week's episode is brought to you by Muc-Off, the world's fastest race lube.
Ryley Batt is the Australian Wheelchair Rugby team captain and arguably the World's Best Wheelchair Rugby player. He's won 2 Gold and 1 silver medal at 5 Paralympic Games. This episode was recorded recently when Riley was spending 2 weeks locked in a hotel room in Sydney, doing his time in Quarantine after returning from the Tokyo Paralympics. In this episode we discuss: The mindsets of winning and losing The mental challenges of preparing for a Paralympics during the global pandemic The mental challenges of returning to quarantine after the Paralympics and not achieving the results they wanted. How his upbringing set him up for success from a young age. Why he refused a wheelchair for the first 12 years of his life and chose to use a skateboard as transport instead. And much more about his life and sport and different things we can draw inspiration from. Follow Ryley online: Instagram: @ryleybatt Facebook: Ryley Batt If you're enjoying this podcast and haven't given it a five star rating and review on itunes or apple or wherever you're listening to the show, please jump on and do so. It only takes 2mins and it goes a long way to ensuring I can continually secure great guests for you legendary listeners.
In episode 81, Zion Clark, Athlete and Motivational Speaker, joins us. Specifically Zion will be looking at: Importance of sport Obstacles in training/competition Case study: typical training day Examples of how Sport Science helps him About Zion "Zion was born on September 29, 1997 in Columbus, OH. Due to his condition (Caudal Regression Syndrome...born with no legs), and his birth mother's inability to care for him, Zion was immediately thrust into the foster care system. Thus, his journey to find a permanent home and a someone to call "mom" began. Over the course of the next 16 years Zion moved numerous times and found himself in a variety of circumstances and environments...many of them unfavorable. Zion was introduced to the sport of wrestling while in elementary school, but initially didn't fare very well...in fact, he didn't win a match for several years. Upon entering Massillon High School, Zion met Coach Gil Donahue who recognized his passion for the sport and relentless work ethic. A wonderful friendship and bond was forged. Over the next 3 years Zion improved his wrestling technique and hit the weight room like a man possessed. An amazing transformation followed! Part of this miraculous course of events included Zion being adopted by a woman who had been praying for a son for years! In dramatic fashion, the process was completed only within days before Zion was officially scheduled to be legally aged-out (no chance of adoption). In his senior year, Zion finished the season 33-15 and was one match from qualifying for the D-I Ohio High School State Wrestling Championships. In an incredible display of heart and determination, Zion wrestled his opponent (a 20 pd. weight differential) beyond the grueling 6 minutes of regulation and 2 overtimes...only to fall 1-0 in sudden death. The fans in the packed gymnasium rose to their feet and zealously applauded Zion's courageous effort. A few months later Zion went on to capture his second high school track wheel chair racing title at the state championships. Zion's herculean efforts hadn't gone unnoticed as a Hollywood producer documented his journey during senior year. The film "Zion" garnered critical acclaim at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival (2018) and global media exposure (it's currently available on Netflix). Zion was recruited by several colleges to wrestle and chose to attend Kent State (Tuscarawas)...where he spent the following 2 years steadily improving his skills and finding success at the varsity level. With his confidence and national ranking on the rise, Zion decided to embark on his toughest mission to date...becoming the first American Athlete to compete in both the Olympic (wrestling) and Paralympic (wheelchair racing) Games in Tokyo (2020). Understanding the magnitude of this difficult challenge, Zion has surrounded himself with a very dedicated and highly supportive team...including budding friendships with Olympic/World Champion Jordan Burroughs and undefeated (133-0) 4x NCAA titlist Joey Davis. Due to his tremendous upper body strength and athleticism, Zion is also pursuing interests in power lifting (bench press), wheelchair bodybuilding, and the circus arts. In addition to his brutal training/practice regimen, Zion stays busy as a motivational speaker. The moral of Zion's inspirational story is that things don't always go smoothly in life...but in order to succeed, you must adapt to your individual circumstances. Priding himself in hard work, Zion offers that there are no excuses...or shortcuts! It's all about faith, passion, and perseverance. Zion urges others to "Be Greater Than" > ...the obstacles you face. YOU, and only YOU are in control of your destiny!" Website: www.zionnoexcuses.com TikTok https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMRvTr1tn/ Instagram: @bigz2020 Twitter: @Zz_tops330 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUF-HKYH5MSotNQRYUX8pOw FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode81 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
Dr. Jamie Shapiro is an Associate Professor and the Co-Director of the Master's in Sport and Performance Psychology program in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. She earned a Ph.D. in Sport and Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University (2009), an M.A. in Community Counseling from WVU (2008), and an M.S. in Athletic Counseling from Springfield College (2005). She earned a B.S. in Psychology from Brown University, where she was on the gymnastics team for 4 years (Go Bruno!). Dr. Shapiro is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC), listed on the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee's Sport Psychology and Mental Training Registry, and a National Certified Counselor (NCC) by the National Board of Certified Counselors. She was a Professional Member of USA Gymnastics from 2003-2013. Dr. Shapiro is a consultant for Sport & Performance Excellence Consultants based in Denver, CO. She has consulted with youth, collegiate, elite, and Paralympic athletes from a variety of sports, including gymnastics, skiing, snowboarding, soccer, lacrosse, wrestling, volleyball, swimming, and track and field. She has also coached gymnastics at the recreational, club, and collegiate (Division III) levels. In addition, Dr. Shapiro has done exercise psychology consulting to help adults with motivation and adherence to exercise programs. Dr. Shapiro's specific interests include psychology of sport injury, learning life skills through sport, psychological skills training, mental training for athletes who have disabilities, psychology of performing arts, exercise psychology, and ethics and training in sport and performance psychology. A former competitive gymnast, Dr. Shapiro still likes to do handstands in cool places all over the world. She is originally from NJ, and now that she lives in CO, she is attempting to improve her skiing abilities! For more information email Dr. Shapiro at email@example.com or visit https://psychology.du.edu/. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support
I learned of Blake through the mailing list of the maker of my rowing machine, Concept2. Their piece on him described him as a Paralympic bound athlete. I was impressed, but only thought of him as a potential guest on watching his TEDx talk.I think my message to his agent describes what I saw in him and when we talked about in this episode:In Blake's case, I heard a message I've never heard with such clarity and experience I wonder if he realizes how much it applies to stewardship and the environment. It's almost the exact message nearly everyone needs. I can't put it as well as he can, but what he shared starting around minute 3 of his TEDx talk of a system breaking down, where most people would be ready to give up, technology being important, but relationships, faith, support, and laughter being the core of what worked.I see roughly 350 million Americans and 7.9 billion humans ready to give in and accept a system breaking down. Then I see Blake living the opposite of their resignation leading to a better life, and there's been almost a decade since leading to what I read as yet more improvement.In my book coming out next year, I quote Churchill's speeches during the blitz -- that it's bad, it will get worse, but we will fight on the beaches, we will never surrender, it will be our finest hour. I heard in Blake's message from a decade ago what America and the world would benefit most from hearing today. I expect it's stronger today.Since he also just won a silver medal, I also ask him about the training and competing.Blake's TEDx talk, The Advantage of Adversity See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Delighted to have 2x Paralympic Bronze medalist Samantha Bosco join us to share her life story of overcoming numerous obstacles in order to reach her dreams. It is great to have professional athletes join the show so we can get more literal examples of the “athlete mindset”, but so much of Sam's story sheds light on the trying times athletes deal with, which is just as valuable as hearing about the successes. I believe athletes are at their most relatable when they open up about their hardships as we all encounter similar scenarios within our non-athletic careers Sam provides perspective on the need to make sure our dreams are able to evolve and adapt to the situations life hands us. Nothing about Sam's story demonstrates a loss of ambition, in fact I'd argue her adversities have made her more ambitious, but it is healthy to allow your dreams to evolve with these ups and downs. In addition, we are educated on the impact a strong support system can have from those we need to rely upon when the going gets tough, and the importance to prioritize these peoples opinions most and ignore distractions from those that don't know you as well. You can follow Sam on instagram & Twitter @sammiecranks and as always be sure to connect with us through instagram @career_competitor
We're getting into winter mode, so it's time to explore some of the winter sports ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. On this episode, Paralympic hopeful Michael Murphy joins us to talk about his sport of para Alpine skiing, and more specifically, how his class of sit-skiing works. Find out more about Michael at his website and get information about his book When I Fell: How I Rerouted my Life and Found Strength in a Severed Spine. You can find his book in our bookshop.org storefront (purchases through this link support the show). Jill also shares her stories from her weekend volunteering at the US Masters National Long Course Championship meet, as she got to pull out her stopwatches and cross off an officiating/volunteer wishlist item from our Tokyo 2020 list. Plus, we have news from TKFLASTAN, a look back at the incredible judo tournament at Atlanta 1996, and Coatesy goes rogue! Tune in, and you'll find out what historical Games we'll be looking at next year! Links to other items of note from the show: Kelly Brush Foundation Challenged Athletes Foundation High Fives Foundation Spire Institute Arizona State University's Humanities Week “The gender trap” – The Guardian Our merch store is open again! A transcript of this episode is available at our website. Thanks so much for listening, and until next time, keep the flame alive! *** Keep the Flame Alive: The Podcast for Fans of the Olympics and Paralympics with hosts Jill Jaracz & Alison Brown Support the show: Tell a friend: http://flamealivepod.com Bookshop.org store: https://bookshop.org/shop/flamealivepod Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/flamealivepod Hang out with us online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flamealivepod Insta: http://www.instagram.com/flamealivepod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/flamealivepod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312069749587022 Newsletter: Sign up at http://flamealivepod.com VM/Text: (208) FLAME-IT / (208) 352-6348
Olga Itsenko-Mahler from Brisbane is a blind mom, blogger and businesswoman. She sews costumes and organizes children's parties, trains for the Paralympics in Paris and delights guests with goodies that she cooks herself and teaches other blind people to cook. This is a Russian language content. - Ольга Иценко-Малер из Брисбена - незрячая мама, блогер, а с недавних пор и предприниматель. Она шьет костюмы и устраивает детские утреники, готовится к Паралимпиаде в Париже и радует гостей вкусностями, которые готовит сама и учит готовить других незрячих людей.
On this week's episode Haley and Alyssa welcome back professional triathlete Nikki Bartlett. Nikki is fresh off a second place finish at Lanzarote 70.3. She gives us all of the details about how her race unfolded, talks about her training days in Lanzarote, and what she loves most about training and racing on the island. Nikki was a guide to paratriathlete Alison Peasgoodat the Paralympics in Tokyo this past summer, she shares her pride for the pair's impressive 4th place finish despite many difficulties leading into the Games. At 34, Nikki is truly just getting started in her career as a pro triathlete. Along with her coach and partner, she is building her career on what will make her happiest, healthiest and have the most fun in the long run. We think this is a perfect secret sauce to long term success! Follow Nikki on Instagram @nikkibartlett1 **Support the Podcast** Sign up for the Feisty Triathlon Team at feistyteam.com Orca Sportswear: Code - IRONWOMEN15 = 15% off Zealios Skincare: Code - ironwomen = 15% off InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/ironwomen Nuun Hydration: code StayFeisty for 30% off at nuunlife.com
On this episode we chat with former US Paralympian Gold Medalist Seth McBride who shares his story about overcoming spinal cord injury and making it to the Paralympic Games, not once but three times! Seth has lived a pretty extraordinary life. As a parent with a disability, wheelchair rugby athlete and editor at New Mobility … Continue reading Paralympic Dreams with Gold Medalist Seth McBride →
EBS ambassador and Paralympic silver medallist, Nicole Turner along with her childhood coach and long-time swimming volunteer, Eimear Mathews joined OTB AM following the final call for nominations for the 2021 Federation of Irish Sport Volunteers in Sport Awards, proudly supported by EBS. The awards will see EBS and the Federation of Irish Sport hero the work of volunteers from around the country, who go above and beyond every day to ensure that sport and physical activity takes place in Ireland. To nominate an everyday hero, and to be in with the chance of winning €1,000 for your local sports club, simply visit www.volunteersinsport.ie. Nominations can be made by a club, individual or sporting body, and the closing date for nominations is this Sunday, October 17th. #OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
How to overcome the loss of loved ones and limbs with amputee parathlete Marine Corps Sargent John Edward Former Marine Corps SSgt, Former Naval Academy Coach, Currently training for Adaptive CrossFit Games, Olympics, and Paralympics. A below-the-knee amputee parathlete.
Nate Riech came into his first Paralympics under a burden of heavy expectation. Not just because his family tree is overstuffed with elite and pro athletes. Riech owns the world record in the T38 1500m. He set it, and then lowered it, in the months leading up to Tokyo. So he was confident and ready to race when the gold medal day dawned. But that's where the going got interesting.... As an athlete enduring traumatic brain injury, Nate has learned to roll with a variety of symptoms. But even he was a bit freaked out to discover his right leg was suddenly not working properly during race day warm up. Incredibly, he and his coach had a backup plan for just such an outcome: he ran a series of short sprints designed to reboot his unpredictable nervous system. It worked. He's sporting the gold now. And hungrier than ever to keep tearing up the record books, keep showing the world what determined people with TBIs can do, and keep inspiring anybody, who like himself, woke up one fateful day,young and motionless in a hospital bed. The term is overused, but Nate Riech is an inspiration, and a fascinating young runner to get to know on this week's Player's Own Voice.
53. Kyle Coon - Accessible Voices “There's always a path forward. There's never a wall that you come to and it's just impossible to get through. If you can't go straight through, the obstacle or barrier in your way, then there's a way around it, or maybe, you just have to climb up and over it." Guest Info: Kyle Coon lost his sight at the age of six after a battle with Retinoblastoma—cancer of the eye. However, not having sight has not stopped him from pursuing vision. Since then he has become a competitive rock climber, downhill skier, runner and triathlete. As a young child, Kyle was shown how to embrace his adversity by world-class blind athlete Erik Weihenmayer who encouraged him to live life to the fullest. Kyle took Weihenmayer's advice to heart and began pursuing a life of adventure. In 2006, he hiked the Ankascocha Trail into Machu Picchu. In 2007, he summited Mt. Kilimanjaro at the age of 15. After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Communication, he became an endurance athlete competing in numerous marathons and triathlons. In 2018, he was a member of the first team of tandem cyclists with all blind or visually impaired stokers (person on the back of a tandem bike) to complete Race Across America—the world's toughest bicycle race—racing from Oceanside, Calif to Annapolis, Md in seven days 15 hours. Later in 2018, at Ironman Arizona, Kyle became the first totally blind person to complete an Ironman branded Triathlon (2.4 mi swim, 112 mi bike, 26.2 mi run) in under 11 hours. He continues to push himself physically and mentally as he now pursues his goal of representing the USA at the 2020 Paralympics in the sport of Triathlon. As a young man, Kyle has spoken to major organizations about his adversity and triumphs including various Rotary Clubs in Florida and Taiwan, the International Association of Refrigerated Warehousing, and The American Cancer Society. He has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and in Backpacker and Triathlete magazines. Losing sight has only served as a base for Kyle's ability to master his ambitions despite his inability to see them. Inspiring those with similar challenges and sharing a few laughs along the way has become his trademark. Drawing upon his experiences as a totally blind person and adventure athlete, he demonstrates the importance of vision, commitment and courage to pursuing an “Eyeronvision” and embracing the adversity along our life's journey. While he wasn't the first blind person to climb a mountain, run a marathon or compete in a triathlon, his goal is to be one of the best and ensure he isn't the last. Favorite Quote: "Make good choices." — Ann Marie Coon "It's our attitude that allows us to learn from mistakes and that in turn enables one to be great beyond imagination." — Steve Coon R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: Accomplishing can feel like a "false summit". Achieve your goal. Enjoy the view. Set your sights on the next one to stay motivated. We all can have vision that isn't quantified by sight. Honor your vision. Embrace it. Be relentless in pursuit of your vision. Prioritize and give your best energy to the actions that lead you toward the realization of it. Make good choices. Make good choices. What are you willing to stop doing? What are will you start doing? What will you continue doing? Resources: KyleCoon.com Kyle on Facebook (KyleCoonSpeaks) Kyle on Twitter (@Kyle_Coon) Kyle on Instagram (@EyeronKyle) "Discovering a Life Without Limits" by Kyle Coon Team USA - Kyle Coon NoBarriersUSA.org JAN - Job Accommodation Network NoBarriersUSA.org Kyle's profile on TeamUSA.org Kyle's Interview in Trail Runner Magazine Kyle on USA Today - "Athletes with visual impairments, blindness bike across America to inspire others" Orlando Sentinel - "Blind triathlete from Orlando prepares for first Ironman" Kyle's Interview with Orlando Sentinel Central Florida's News13's - "Blind climber inspires others to overcome obstacles" ABC Nightline's story on "Global Explorer's Leading the Way Program" ABC World News' "Person of the Week - Erik Weihenmayer" (leader of Kyle's first international hiking trip) Denver's 9 News - "Blind Colorado athlete sets Ironman record" Credits: Kyle Coon, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy
Viva le Olimpiadi e Paralimpiadi! La nostra Magica Italia si è arricchita di medaglie e nuovi primati! Una festa dello sport che ci ha portato sempre più in alto a sventolare il nostro Tricolore. Eccellenza, resilienza e "spirito italiano". In questo episodio parliamo di sport con Luca Stevanato, Presidente di ASC Attività Sportive Confederate. Buon Ascolto! Dani & Lia What a year has 2021 been for Italy. Our Italian athletes, have made Italy proud by winning everything that was possible! Both at the Olympics and Paralympics games, as well as the European cups of soccer and volleyball. Excellence, resilience and Italian spirit.
We welcome back TKFLASTANI author Harry Blutstein to talk about his latest book Games of Discontent: Protests, Boycotts, and Politics at the 196 Mexico Olympics. We discuss a few of the protests during these Games - the infamous Tommie Smith/John Carlos podium protest, of course, but also protests by Czechoslovakian gymnast Věra Čáslavská. And yes, there's Avery Brundage talk! Learn more about Harry at his website, and follow him on Twitter and Facebook. Get a copy of the book (it's a great read) from our Bookshop.org storefront. Purchases made through this link will help support the show financially. Alison shares a story of courage in our Atlanta 1996 history moment, and we also have news from TKFLASTAN, including Team Shuster's appearance on "The Late Late Show." We also have an update on Beijing 2022 and news about Africa's announcement of its first regional Paralympic Games. Plus, this wouldn't be a Keep the Flame Alive show about Mexico City if we didn't bring up this classic Raquel Welch video. Thanks so much for listening, and until next time, keep the flame alive! *** Keep the Flame Alive: The Podcast for Fans of the Olympics and Paralympics with hosts Jill Jaracz & Alison Brown Support the show: Tell a friend: http://flamealivepod.com Bookshop.org store: https://bookshop.org/shop/flamealivepod Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/flamealivepod NEW: Get merch: http://www.flamealivepod.com/store Hang out with us online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flamealivepod Insta: http://www.instagram.com/flamealivepod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/flamealivepod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312069749587022 Newsletter: Sign up at http://flamealivepod.com VM/Text: (208) FLAME-IT / (208) 352-6348
This week, Alex Parra joins the pod to tell his inspirational story of beating cancer, not once, but twice. He discusses how he keeps his mindset so positive, his experiences, his motivators, the future and what lies ahead. It's an incredible conversation with a more incredible human, enjoy!
Eleanor Oldroyd and Jonathan Overend visit Bianca Walkden's pizza restaurant in Liverpool and explore life after the Games as an Olympic medallist. Hear from Bianca and her fiancé Aaron Cook, double Olympic medallist Lutalo Muhammad, GB Taekwondo's Mahama Cho and Paralympic silver medallist Beth Munro. They discuss the GB Olympic and Paralympic success in Tokyo, domestic rivalries and the fast paced and changeable nature of the sport.
Episode #038 - Please welcome Personnel Security Specialist Trevon Jenifer. Trevon Jenifer was born without limbs due to a rare disease called Congenital Phocomelia. When Trevon was 4 years old, his step-dad (Eric Brown) came into his life and helped raise him. All of Trevon's siblings were participating in sports, so Eric found an organization that offered Wheelchair Track and Wheelchair Basketball. Trevon broke and still holds the records in the 100-, 200-, 400- and 800-meter races for Wheelchair Track in the U11 and U14 age groups. He competed in Wheelchair Track and Basketball until the age of 12, then competed in Wrestling his junior and senior year in High School. His senior year he finished 3rd in the State of Maryland and has a record of 32-8. Trevon was inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2006. In 2006, Trevon wrote an autobiography about his life called From the Ground Up. From 2006-2011, Trevon attended Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where earned his Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. He was a member of the Edinboro University Wheelchair Basketball Team, where he went from being the 8th man on an 8-man roster to the best player on the Team by 2009. He was a 2x All-American (2010 and 2011) and Captain from 2009-2011. Trevon made his first Team USA appearance in 2009 when he was on the U23 Team that took Gold in Junior World's Championship. He then made the Men's National Team in 2010 and has been a member ever since. He has won Gold in the Parapan American Games in 2011 (Guadalajara, Mexico), 2015 (Toronto, Canada), and 2019 (Lima, Peru). Trevon won two Silver in the Worlds Championship Games in 2014 in Incheon, South Korea, and in Hamburg, Germany in 2018. He is a 3X Paralympic medalist, winning a Bronze Medal in the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, Gold Medalist in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, Gold Medalist in 2020 Paralympic Games in Toyko. In 2013-2015, Trevon played professional Wheelchair Basketball in the south of France. Trevon is a proud father to a baby girl and baby boy. While being a full-time Father, Trevon is also an active member in his community, where volunteers as an assistant coach for the Edinboro University Wheelchair Basketball Team. He does countless demonstrations and motivational speeches, for schools (elementary and up), ADA, FBI, FEMA, YMCA, etc. all over the United States, speaking on topics that cover perseverance, Paralympic movement, bullying, and adaptive/disability awareness. Social Media: www.treyj5.com, Facebook: Trevon Jenifer, Twitter: @Trevon_Jenifer, Instagram: @TreyJenifer Hosted and Edited by: Cody Starken, Associate Producer and assistant editor: Starr Vazquez This episode is sponsored by the United States Secret Service. www.secretservice.gov Special Thanks to PSS Trevon Jenifer for his time and support, and SMD for their support. Music is “Nova Police” by Hermelin, found here: www.hermelin.bandcamp.com/track/nova-police. The music used in the podcast was altered from the original soundtrack by cutting specific sections of the music to create the intro and outro of the podcast. This work Attribution-Noncommercial-sharealike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US), which license definition is located here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 Want to join the Secret Service? Click here to start your journey https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=USSS Please visit us at: Twitter@secretservice, Instagram@secretservice, Facebook @UnitedStatesSecretServiceOfficial, YouTube@US Secret Service, and LinkedIn @U.S. Secret Service Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud.com and find it at www.secretservice.gov/press/social-media/
For today's show it's the irrepresible Chris Skelley. Only a couple of months ago he won Judo gold in the visually impared under 100kg category at the Paralympics in Tokyo. He's also a European and World Champion. Chris grew up playing rugby and competing in Judo from the age of five, but in his teenage years his sight began to suffer due to Ocular Albinism and that led to a huge change in his life, in every area. We talk about that and how it's fuelled his positivity and fashioned the path he's on now. Styles of learning, understanding the individual, trust between coach and athlete all crop up in what both turned out to be a heart-warming, inspiring and light-hearted conversation and we started by talking about the aftermath of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Chris missing out on a podium finish and how that threw even more coals on his fire of further development. More About Chris Skelley: Paralympics GB - https://paralympics.org.uk/athletes/chris-skelley British Judo - https://www.britishjudo.org.uk/players/chris-skelley/ Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Skelley Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/christopher.skelley/?hl=en Twitter - https://twitter.com/christopherske2?lang=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/christopherskelleyparalympicjudoka/ Show Notes - benryan.co.uk/podcasts Listen & Subscribe to The Ben Ryan Podcast: Ben's Website - http://benryan.co.uk/bio/ Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-ben-ryan-podcast/id1553400216 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3iUL1eLA7HFKt5gxO7Uf4j?si=oN9YN6uFRSSGbO6kR01ONQ Amazon Music - https://amzn.to/3shGDnO TuneIn - http://tun.in/pkdsm Social: Follow me on Instagram - https://bit.ly/2Z5QSit Follow me on Twitter - https://bit.ly/3ph5W7o Follow me on LinkedIn - https://bit.ly/3ah8Ftv Read about me - https://amzn.to/2NLu0Ck
In this episode we speak with Brenton Morrell. One of the guys who keeps me motivated every day I open the socials. His work ethic and desire to become the best version of himself is a true inspiration and I promise you he will inspire you to be better every step of the way.Listen to the audio, it was filmed live so audio is a bit out in places but overall its good to go.Leroy.www.thefitdadlifestyle.com
James Roberts is a living testimony that disability is not inability. James has been fortunate enough over the years to have represented Great Britain at countless World Championships and 2 Paralympics Games (Beijing 2008 and London 2012), to name a few. In this episode, James will share his sporting and coaching journey with us. Also, he will give us a taste of his thought-provoking perspective. Listen into this episode as James tells us how he has managed to rise above the odds. Getting to Know James Robert Better James was born with a congenital disability called femoral dysplasia, a floating hip of the left leg, and scoliosis of the spine. He grew up on a NATO base in S.H.A.P.E (Casteau), Belgium, but resides back in Prestatyn, North Wales. He is a transformation coach by trade, but he was an elite Paralympic athlete for just over a decade. How James transitioned from Swimming to other sports James transitioned to rowing after being dropped from GB swimming programmes and went into rowing in 2006. In the same year, he participated in the World Championships in Dorney Lake, Great Britain and made the final, finishing 6th. 2007 World Championships Semi-Finalist, 2008 Paralympic Finalist (5th) and 2009 World Championships Finalist (5th). In 2012, James made another transition of sport, this time to sitting volleyball. From 2010 until 2012, he amassed 56 caps for Great Britain. Timestamps: [00:59] James as a transformational coach and his sports journey [17:08] James transitioned from Swimming to other sports [47:35] How James remains positive Quotes “Socialism works to a point, but nobody wants to be on any playing field. Nobody wants to have the same thing.” “It's okay to go backwards to learn from that as opposed to being nostalgic.” “You can learn from things in the past, but don't live in it.” “Every athlete wants to go out on the nice shining horse and ride off into the sunset.” “We're kind of seeing where people have let things slip and are not taking care of themselves. The demons are coming out of the closet.” Connect with James: Website: fitamputee.co.uk Facebook Page: facebook.com/jamesoroberts11 Twitter : twitter.com/jamesoroberts11 Instagram: instagram.com/jamesoroberts11
The Olympics were not only action in Tokyo this summer. Last month the Paralympics took place there several GAIN community members made the trip. On this week's GAINcast we look back at the most recent Paralympics with coaches Adam Bleakney and Troy Engle to get their impressions on preparing for the most recent games, as well as general considerations when training wheelchair athletes. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: https://www.hmmrmedia.com/2021/10/gaincast-episode-226-paralympic-prep-with-adam-bleakney/ The following links were referenced in the podcast or provide some additional reading material on the topic: Our monthly GAIN Master Class Series features speakers from all aspects of performance. This month we are looking at using games for developing skills, performance, and fun in training. Sign up and learn more here. The GAINcast is also sponsored by HMMR Media. Join HMMR Media to get access to a vast library of online training resources, video, articles, podcasts, and more. To learn more from Troy Engle, listen to our interview with him on GAINcast 143.
In this episode I'm joined by an old friend, Siale (Charlie) Langi, who has had quite the life experience already by his mid-30's having gotten sandwiched on the freeway between his own car on the shoulder and another car passing him going 75 MPH. Siale's life was saved by the doctors who had operated on him right away, and the subsequent surgeries did not guarantee that he would be able to walk again unassisted. But not only did Siale overcome the dire outlook in his life, he decided to push forward and set a current goal of being a part of the Paralympics. His goals are to either participate or continue coaching as he's been a force for a lot of other paralympians. Incredible and inspiring story. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harper-anderson/support
Liz Recommends - Obitchuaryhttps://audioboom.com/channels/5054873Each week hosts Spencer Henry [Cult Liter Podcast] and Madison Reyes sit back and read outlandish, hilarious, and sometimes scathing obituaries. Every Thursday they come to the table with bizarre history, strange funeral traditions, and so much more! Each episode ends with a 'dumb criminals' segment in which they each talk about hilarious run-ins with the law.https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/obitchuary/id1573981050Nick Recommends - You Little RipperAustralian Paralympic legend Kurt Fearnley and co-host Georgie Tunny deliver our daily dose of Paralympics for the Tokyo Games, speaking to key athletes to bring home the spirit of the Paralympics.Zane Recommends - The Deephttps://www.zoemarshall.com/thedeepFrom terminal parents to sex workers, extremists, and drug addicts, The Deep is a place for thought-provoking conversations that help us explore who we are when no one is looking. Cracked wide open by her past trauma, grief, and abuse host Zoe Marshall holds the space for others to share their fascinating stories and perspectives through these deep conversations.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1515060551 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
PJ Reilly talks with 2020 Paralympic Gold Medalist Kevin Mather Para-Archer after his thrilling performance in Tokyo. Mather also tells some stories throughout his Paralympic travels; describes his journey in competitive archery starting in 2017 to winning gold in 2021; and why he might consider shooting the barebow division at the Lancaster Archery Classic in 2022.
PJ Reilly talks with 2020 Paralympic Gold Medalist Kevin Mather Para-Archer after his thrilling performance in Tokyo. Mather also tells some stories throughout his Paralympic travels; describes his journey in competitive archery starting in 2017 to winning gold in 2021; and why he might consider shooting the barebow division at the Lancaster Archery Classic in 2022.
In this episode I talk @truesdaleamy about - how the first Paralympics was for her - what did she expect from it before - did it match her thoughts - her fight and prep - future goals . Follow me on Instagram:https://instagram.com/taekwondoartistnew?utm_medium=copy_link Follow Amy:https://instagram.com/truesdaleamy?utm_medium=copy_link
Get to the screening room – Movie Club is in session! Film Buff Fran is back to discuss the 2005 documentary "Murderball," which follows the USA Wheelchair Rugby team from the 2002 World Championships to the 2004 Paralympics in Athens. Along the way, we meet the rowdy and loveable cast of characters who surprise us with their foul mouths and win us over with their love of the game. Thanks so much for listening, and until next time, keep the flame alive! *** Keep the Flame Alive: The Podcast for Fans of the Olympics and Paralympics with hosts Jill Jaracz & Alison Brown Support the show: Tell a friend: http://flamealivepod.com Bookshop.org store: https://bookshop.org/shop/flamealivepod Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/flamealivepod Hang out with us online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/flamealivepod Insta: http://www.instagram.com/flamealivepod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/flamealivepod Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312069749587022 Newsletter: Sign up at http://flamealivepod.com VM/Text: (208) FLAME-IT / (208) 352-6348
On this week's episode, Haley & Alyssa are joined by Paralympic Gold medalist Kendall Gretsch. Kendall fought her way to a gold medal in the women's Paratriathlon Wheelchair (PTWC), winning the race in its Paralympic debut by just one second in an exciting sprint finish. She tells us what was going through her mind in those moments of the race, breaks down her race tactics, and shares how she prepared both mentally and physically for the race. Kendall has been competing in Paratriathlon since 2012, with Tokyo 2020 being the first time that her race classification was included in the Paralympics, she expresses how she felt that her gold medal was an effort from both herself and her team that was nine years in the making. The Games in Tokyo were not the first for Kendall, she also competed at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics in biathlon and nordic skiing, winning gold in both events. With the 2022 winter Paralympics slated to start in just a few months, Kendall details how she's now getting into her prep for the winter season in hopes to qualify for the upcoming Games. Kendall's focus and dedication to all of her sports make her a truly world class all-season athlete. Follow Kendalls adventures on Instagram @usparanordicski and @teamusa To nominate a deserving woman for the Outspoken Women in Triathlon Awards, go to https://www.outspokensummit.com/women-in-triathlon-awards/ **Support the Podcast** Sign up for the Feisty Triathlon Team at feistyteam.com Orca Sportswear: Code - IRONWOMEN15 = 15% off Zealios Skincare: Code - ironwomen = 15% off InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/ironwomen Nuun Hydration: code StayFeisty for 30% off at nuunlife.com
Would Pistorius be convicted of murder? Finally, Judge Thokozile Masipa delivered her verdict, and it drew a visceral reaction from across South Africa. Afterward, how would the Steenkamp family, the prosecution team, and the Paralympic community move on?
Today we hear about a scandal where people faked intellectual disabilities to compete in the paralympics. We discuss why gay guys love gymnastics, and Sarah provides a comprehensive list for the reasons why. We debate the difference between things that are crispy and crunchy, and it's actually more interesting than that sentence sounds as I'm typing it out. We hear what it was like for Susie in a flotation sensory deprivation chamber, and the surprising reason Sarah would never want to do it. Susie describes a promotion where people got a Mexican restaurant logo tattooed to get tacos for life, and the unexpected benefit they got from it. We discuss why Harry Styles should be a spokesperson for Ritz. Plus, Sarah reveals why she's becoming an "old lady." Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: Use our code BRAINCANDY20 today at to get 20% off your purchase! More podcasts at WAVE:
Nate Riech has never met an obstacle too big to overcome. In this episode of “Random Fit,” the Paralympic gold medalist and multi-world record holder joins hosts Wendy Batts and Ken Miller to share his inspiring story, winning gold for Team Canada in Tokyo, why NASM's OPT model has been so vital to his training, and so much more! Optima is back! Gain access to 3 full days of learning, networking, and so much more. Oh, and did we mention it was FREE?! Don't miss your chance to be part of the biggest fitness event. https://bit.ly/3zHnTRP
This week I spoke with Paralympic athlete Steve Serio (@SteveSerio11), Co-captain of Team USA Wheelchair Basketball team. Steve talks about his experience in 4 Paralympics, how it's changed over time and what's next for him... The post The Pursuit – E30 – Steve Serio appeared first on Out of Bounds Podcast.
This is the one hundred and forty-forth episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Paralympian gold medalist Nick Mayhugh. Paul Guarino talked with Nick Mayhugh discussing his soccer career to his track career, keeping condition a secret in college, and winning multiple medals at the 2020 Paralympic games. Follow Nick Mayhugh https://www.instagram.com/NickMayhugh This podcast interview with Nick Mayhugh was originally recorded on September 21, 2021
81% of podcast listeners investigate the host's products or recommendations with intent to purchase. That's more influential than any other medium has ever been! On top of that, podcasting is still an untapped arena. There aren't as many people podcasting as there are on other channels. Which means there is less much competition. Right now, there are 2.5 million live podcasts worldwide. And, only around 800,000 of those are consistently contributed to and are of good quality. This in comparison with the 37 million YouTube channels is HUGE! In this episode of The Sigrun Show podcast queen Anna Parker-Naples and I talk about all things podcasting. She shares her tips and tricks to help you increase your impact, get visible within your niche, amplify your message, and generate more quality leads. Anna also tells us her inspirational story of how she picked herself up from rock bottom and made the conscious choice to be successful. In this Episode of The Sigrun Show: The TWO women in red (2:19) Anna's story (4:56) Her introduction to audio work (8:47) How to podcast properly (11:00) Changing your thoughts can change your life (13:00) Paralympic superheroes as Anna's inspiration (18:00) How YOU can amplify your impact through podcasting (20:00) Why is a podcast more powerful than any other medium? (22:00) Podcasts help to build trust with your audience (25:00) Tips and tricks for amplifying your podcast (30:00) Find Anna on her podcast: Entrepreneurs get Visible! (35:39) Listen to Anna's podcast: Entrepreneurs Get Visible Do you want to work with me? I'm looking for action-taking entrepreneurs who are serious about making sales in 2021. This opportunity is not for everyone. I'm looking for people who are coachable, ready to take action and committed to achieving their revenue goals. If this is you then go to the show notes at sigrun.com/livegroup to apply to the LIVE group coaching program.
"Unearned suffering is redemptive," said Martin Luther King.In today's episode I share what I learned today recording with Blake Haxton, a guest whose episode will appear soon. He lost two legs to flesh-eating disease in 2009.Tragedy? Yes. Reason to give up? On the contrary, according to him, his one unlucky event in life.I contend that his outlook on life and message that we all face setbacks, we can still live to our potential can help us learn to live sustainably than any number of windmills and solar panels.After all, which would you prefer, to live without fossil fuels and take others into account for all you do or to lose both your legs. If you prefer to live sustainably, then his life of fun and reward says you can attain as much fun and reward living sustainably.The Advantage of Adversity: Blake Haxton at TEDxOhioStateUniversity See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of Real College Podcast we have a hodge-podge of various topics starting with discussions of the online learning revolution, conversations with international students here at the U, part one of a two part series about metaphysical practices here in the Twin Cities, an in-depth look at a dope band, lessons on why the First Amendment is important, a dive on the Paralympics, and the first installment of our new series getting to know Radio K!
Victoria Arlen is a sportscaster and gold medallist who spent four years, aged 11-15, in a vegetative state. She was locked-in; aware of everything that was happening around her but unable to communicate, even blink, to let her family and doctors know she was still there.She was written off with no expectation of recovery until one day, she blinked. That blink started Victoria's incredible journey back to life. On that journey she learned to walk again, swam competitively and won gold at the 2012 Paralympics in London, competed on Dancing with the Stars in the US and is now a sportscaster for ESPN.In this conversation, Victoria shares her experiences with me, the trauma of being locked-in, the resilience to get back to full strength and what it's like to be defined by the worst thing that's happened to you.To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots for September 24th, 2021. A CDC advisory panel recommended a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine for Americans 65 and older and some adults with underlying medical conditions that put them at risk of severe disease. What it declined to do was recommend boosters for younger adults, including healthcare workers, who live or work in places with high risk of contracting COVID-19. Boy we hope this is true. The creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine says COVID-19 is unlikely to mutate into a deadlier variant and will eventually end up like the common cold. Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert said viruses tend to “become less virulent as they circulate” through the population. She also points out we already live with four different human coronaviruses and this one will become just another. No choice this time. All Team USA athletes and staff will need to be fully vaccinated to compete at the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Beijing that kick off in February 2022. Proof must be submitted by December 1 and the Olympic Committee added booster shots “may be required in the future.” England's Covid travel rules aren't exactly winning raves. The country is refusing to recognize vaccines administered across Latin America, Africa, and south Asia. Critics call it illogical and discriminatory. Those without recognized vaccines will be considered “not fully vaccinated” and made to quarantine 10 days on arrival from amber list countries. It was a joke. “Hey maybe some people will hold COVID parties to deliberately infect themselves like people used to do for their kids with chicken pox.” But now it's not a joke, because a group of people in Alberta, Canada actually did it. Well, it worked, several attendees are now in the hospital, some in ICU. The Health Minister said it's irresponsible and puts the health care system under “unprecedented pressure.” In the United States cases were down 12%, deaths are up 35%, and hospitalizations are down 10% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since September 13. There are 9,795,988 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily numbers, the five states with the greatest increase in per capita hospitalizations over 14 days are Vermont at 51%, Idaho 33%, Montana 29%, Ohio 27%, and West Virginia 25%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Andrews, TX. Russell, KY. Lewis, WV. Whitley, KY. Harlan, KY. Knox, KY. Braxton, WV. Perry, KY. Scott, TN. And McCreary, KY. There have been at least 684,286 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 69.1%, Connecticut at 68.1%, and Maine at 67.9%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia still unchanged at 40.2%, Wyoming at 40.9%, and Idaho at 41%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 54.9%. The 5 countries with the largest recent 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Ethiopia up 24%, the Philippines 22%, Taiwan 6%, and Thailand and Palestine 3%. Globally, cases were down 12% and deaths were down 8% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending down since August 27. There are 18,590,619 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The United States 127,463. The U.K. 36,710. India 31,458. Turkey 27,844. And Brazil 24,611. There have now been at least 4,727,498 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart speaker to play the Coronavirus 411 podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After years in the wilderness, athletes with a learning disability are back at the London 2012 Paralympics - and Dan is among them. There are new tests designed to stop cheating. Do they work? And why, 21 years on from the basketball scandal, are there still fewer medals for intellectual impairment athletes than there were at Sydney 2000? Plus Dan catches up one last time with Ray, the genuinely disabled captain of the infamous Spanish basketball team. The scandal has taken a big toll on his life.
On this week's podcast, we continue our look at the decades by discussing the 2000s. Nate, Aaron, and Bing Bong debate what the decade should be called, Aaron shares the qualifications for being Pope, Brian relives the Music City Miracle, and Nate ponders whether he's qualified to participate in the Paralympics. Co-hosts: Brian Bates ( https://www.instagram.com/brianbatescomic) & Aaron Weber ( https://www.instagram.com/realaaronweber) Podcast produced by Nate & Laura Bargatze https://www.natebargatze.com https://www.allthingscomedy.com https://www.genovationsdesign.com https://www.centerstmedia.com Email - Nateland@NateBargatze.com #nateland #natebargatze Vuori - https://vuori.com/nate For our listeners they are offering 20% off your first purchase. Get yourself some of the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet at VUORI.COM/NATE Not only will you receive 20% off your first purchase, but enjoy free shipping on any U.S. orders over $75. Upstart - https://upstart.com/nate Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to UPSTART.com/nate. That's UPSTART.com/nate. Don't forget to use our URL to let them know we sent you! 1Loan amounts will be determined based on your credit, income, and certain other information provided in your loan application Doordash - https://doordash.com For a limited time, our listeners can get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code NATE. That's 25% off, up to $10 value, and zero delivery fees on your first order, when you download the DoorDash app in the App Store and enter code NATE. Subject to change, terms apply. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.