As she was shattering her own world record during the 2021 Olympics, Sydney McLaughlin, the great 400m hurdler, said that pressure is an illusion and a weight that you put on yourself that doesn't really exist. In today's podcast episode of Monday Morning Moments, I share my thoughts on this quote and why I agree with her based on our experience in working with elite athletes. New Episodes of the Monday Morning Moments Podcast are released every Monday on your favorite podcast platforms as well as on YouTube. We also release The Coach's Corner segment on Thursdays. You can subscribe below and never miss a new episode. JOIN NOW!
On today's show: Jessica and Meghan welcome Jason Munz, Tigers beat writer for the Commercial Appeal, to the show to discuss the big news about Emoni Bates committing to the Memphis Tigers. The ladies also discuss week one starters in the NFL, Sydney McLaughlin's engagement, Doja Cat, new Mountain Dew flavors and more. Watch LIVE at 8am, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
Today we look at the Prefontaine Classic and dissect the insane performance by Elaine Thompson-Herah, Athing Mu breaking the American record, Sha'Carri Richardson's return, and much more. We also talk about athlete's mental health after world record holder Sydney McLaughlin posts a video on Instagram about the lack of respect she's gotten from people. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support
Pt 1: Guest - Michael Peffer, PJI SoCal Attorney Topic - Church Homeschool Co-ops, Pro-life legislation and Abortion Pt 2: Guest - Michael Peffer, PJI SoCal Attorney Topic - Olympic Gold Medalist, Sydney McLaughlin proclaims her faith as she wins a gold medal for USA Sign up for our Legal Insider for case updates: https://www.pacificjustice.org/legal-updates-subscription/ Donate to our work: https://www.pacificjustice.org/support/donate/ Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PacificJusticeInstitute/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pacificjusticeinstitute/?hl=en Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PacificJustice?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
In which the best way to get ahead in gymnastics is to be a twin. Potential titles included: "Man go fast on bike, man win race"; "a cheeto riveted to the wall"; and "sportsmanship and kindness." Contents include: Gymnastics, Rhythmic and Artistic: Simone Bikes; the Averina sisters Climbing: Janja Garnbret beats the pants off everyone Cycling: man go fast, win race Softball: concern trolling and play differences Older athletes and parents in elite sports Women's track and field: Allyson Felix, Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad, Athing Mu First medals for many countries Impressive people: Tamyra Mensah-Stock, Feryal Abdelaziz, Raven Saunders, the USA women's basketball team "Gal Pals": Kristie Mewis and Sam Kerr The composition of Olympic medals If you enjoy this podcast, please go give us a 5-star rating on iTunes or the platform of your choice! Hit us up with questions and comments at @foulpuckpod or email us at email@example.com!
An article on Sydney McLaughlin and her faith can be found here. Another edifying interview with Sydney McLaughlin can be found here.
We wrap up the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by discussing some of the competitively great athletes who continue to cement their legacies, the team dynamics of team USA's men's basketball team and the barrier breakers and trend setters, like first time mothers competing. Mental Fitness Pillars Featured: Mindfulness, Gratitude Athletes Featured: Kevin Durant, Zach Levine, Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, Usain Bolt, Allyson Felix, Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad, Simone Biles, Sunisa Lee, Jade Carey, Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Sha'Carri Richardson, the Dream Team Coaches Featured: Gregg Popovich
The It's Just Sport Podcast is delighted to welcome Cathal Dennehy to the Podcast. We chat all things #Olympics with Cathal giving us all the insight being on the ground in #Tokyo. We have all the latest news from the #Athletics as #TeamIreland got underway in Tokyo, we also chat about the amazing 400M hurdles which saw Sydney McLaughlin, Femke Bol and Dalilah Muhammed go head to head in one of the finest Olympic races in history. Visit the website https://hersport.ie/ Check out the Her Sport channels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hersport.ie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HerSport.ie/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/HerSportDotIE About Her Sport: Her Sport is a media platform centred on bringing the latest Irish and international women's sports news. Her Sport aims to empower women in sport, inspire more female participation, increase opportunity and level the playing field for future generations. Our objective is to create real and tangible change. Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you caught any of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics? There have been so many amazing moments that have made history. Today sharing a few highlights on some epic moments that happened, the faith that stood out, the athletic prowess, and the resiliency of the human spirit.
Hey Fam! Matt and Dan are back with your bi-weekly dose of all things sporting in this world. Matt and Dan get into track as we gush over the dominant performances of our Jersey gals Athing Mu and Sydney McLaughlin along with the awsomeness that is the Jamacian track team. Dan gets emotional about wrestling and Tamyra Mensah-Stock's all business gold medal performance. The boys also leave Tokyo and take some time to preview the upcoming Premier League season, as teams try to compete to be the second best to Man City. Harry Kane and Leo Messi transfer talk, plus some quick hits on the Mets and the New York Football Giants training camp melee. All this and so much more on this weeks episode of POP! Sports Shorts! Support this podcast: anchor.fm/fourthwallpop/support Swag Shop: tee.pub/lic/fourthwallpop PSS IG & Twtitter: @POPSportsShorts FWPN IG & Twitter: @fourthwallpop ... As always we apologize for any technical difficulties in this episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fourthwallpop/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fourthwallpop/support
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No debt, fulfilling hard work, connected family and friends – all held together by a life of faith. An easy concept. But in a complicated world, hard to execute. How about some good advice on staying focused by a Gold Medal Olympian and out-spoken Christian, Sydney McLaughlin, winner and world record holder of the Women's 400m hurdles. After her victory, she said the following: “Just trusting the process. Giving the glory to God,” McLaughlin said about her victory. “It's all, this season, hard work and dedication. And [I'm] just really grateful to be able to represent my country and to have this opportunity.” She gave up social media to focus on winning: "I think when you have a lot of outside voices coming in, it can definitely alter what you have going on internally," she said, via The New York Times. "The more I can distance myself from that, the more I can stay as calm and as relaxed as possible." She added: "A lot of that is outside things I can't control and I just tried to minimize it. I stayed off social media, stayed in my room, talked to friends and family and stuck to what I knew." Via The New York Times
21 year old, Sydney McLaughlin ran in the Women's 400 meter Hurdles event this past Tuesday. She won the Gold, setting a new world record. The story behind her Olympic victory tells us much more about the changes in her life over the past year and what was an even bigger personal victory. Enjoy her story today.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/startingright)
Zuerst der schreiende Karsten Warholm, der aus lauter Übermut und Freude sein Trikot zerriss. Am Tag darauf Sydney McLaughlin, die nur still auf der Bahn sass und ungläubig in die Welt schaute.Zweimal 400 m Hürden, zweimal Weltrekord. Bei den Leichtathletik-Wettbewerben an den Olympischen Spielen in Tokio wachsen viele die Athletinnen und Athleten über sich hinaus und sind so schnell wie noch nie.Woran liegt das? Was macht eine Bahn besonders schnell? Warum müssen die Sportlerinnen ihr Schuhmodell vor dem Rennen melden? Und gibt es Hinweise auf mögliches Doping? Diesen Fragen geht Sportredaktor Christian Brüngger in der aktuellen Folge von «Apropos» nach, dem täglichen Podcast des «Tages-Anzeigers» und der Redaktion Tamedia.
Mets 20-26 last 46 games their lead in NL East has shrunk to 1.5 games. No bueño.Sydney McLaughlin won the 400m hurdles and set a new world record. Love the Olympics.Brawl at Giants practice yesterday. Shit happens but peacemaker Daniel Jones ended up at bottom of pile. No bueño.
8-4-21 In the first hour of The Zone, Cory Anderson talks about conference realignment with rumors of Kansas and the Big 10 being interested in each other. Plus Nate Burleson's 7 WR breakout nominees and Sydney McLaughlin sets WR in 400M hurdles in the Olympics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we look at another world record in the 400m hurdles from Sydney McLaughlin, Athing Mu bringing home gold in the 800m, Mondo vaulting over 6 meters again, Elaine Thompson Herah proving her dominance again, and much more. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support
The kids are alright! The evening session of day 5 did not disappoint with a jam-packed schedule that included four finals. This episode, Chris, Kyle and Dana unpack a near world record by Mondo Duplantis who finally wins gold, 19-year-olds racing to 800-meter perfection in Athing Mu and Keely Hodgkinson and the golden 100/200 double by Elaine Thompson-Herah. The evening session back in the United States featured a long-awaited clash between Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad as a rematch of the U.S. Olympic Trials. More things discussed include: - Never dount the championship mindset of Anita Wlodarczyk - Why Joe Kovacs made Chris sweat a little bit in the first round of the men's shot put - We need to figure out Ivy league school has the most Olympic track medals? – How good did all three American men in the 200-meter semifinal look – Major takeaways from the first round of the men's 5,000 meters – Why we need to watch Chris Nielsen vs. Sam Kendricks for years to come – Athing Mu is already talking about world records and doubling at the 2024 Olympics in Paris + Much more TUNE IN AND LISTEN TO TORCH TALK WITH CHRIS, KYLE AND DANA. Our daily podcast covering the Olympics is presented by Hayward Magic. Hayward Magic is a really unique and fresh editorial channel on IG that captures the magic and intensity of track & field. Their mantra is #makeittohayward because Hayward is not just a place. It's a state of mind. It's where guts meet magic. All athletes, fans and feats of guts welcome! @HaywardMagic on Instagram. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
WE ARE SPEECHLESS – BUT NOT ACTUALLY BECAUSE THIS IS A PODCAST. Chris, Kyle and Dana try to process the men's 400-meter hurdle final, which may go down as one of the greatest Olympic final races ever. Karsten Warholm just shattered his own world record and the 46-second barrier to win gold in the men's 400-meter hurdles over Rai Benjamin. Also discussed: – Sifan Hassan toyed with the women's 5,000-meter field just 12 hours after falling in her 1,500-meter race – The men's steeplechase ended up going as predicted – The women's long jump final was epic and the world needs to appreciate the brilliance of Brittney Reese more – Tara Davis' personality was on full display –Sydney McLaughlin and Dalilah Muhammad set the stage for an epic finale – We discuss whether you're allowed to call yourself an Olympian if you don't compete at the Games -Nick Willis' wave at the starting line was one of the best moment -A special guest phone call from Tokyo from ESPN's John Andersen + Much More TUNE IN AND LISTEN TO TORCH TALK WITH CHRIS, KYLE AND DANA. Our daily podcast covering the Olympics is presented by Hayward Magic. Hayward Magic is a really unique and fresh editorial channel on IG that captures the magic and intensity of track & field. Their mantra is #makeittohayward because Hayward is not just a place. It's a state of mind. It's where guts meet magic. All athletes, fans and feats of guts welcome! @HaywardMagic on Instagram. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
On today's show: Australian army is patrolling the streets to enforce lockdowns, Don Lemon does not care about your liberty, and updates from the Olympics on USWNT, trans lifter Laurel Hubbard, & hurdler Sydney McLaughlin! Support the show with a like and share, join the discussion by commenting your thoughts, and remember to text “LIVE” to 41776 for updates from PragerU!
What do Grace McCallum, Sydney McLaughlin, and Hidilyn Diaz have in common? Besides being Olympic champions, they show us how sports and the Olympic movement can be an opportunity for evangelization. This week, join Tara and Jerry as they discuss their top five evangelical moments thus far of the #Tokyo2020 Olympic Games.
The first track and field medals of the Tokyo Olympics were decided with Selemon Barega winning gold in the men's 10,000 meters to put Ethiopia back on top of the event for the first time since Kenenisa Bekele and Haile Gebrselassie's reign. Uganda took silver and bronze with Joshua Cheptegei and Jacob Kiplimo deploying team tactics but not quite following the plan. Grant Fisher may be a 10K guy, as much as he may not like that, after taking fifth to earn the top American honors. Plus, what was the gutsiest performance of the day that came out of this race? Find out. Also discussed in this episode: – The women's 400m hurdles is set for a major clash of the titans again with smooth showings by Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad and Femke Bol – Why the women's 5,000 meter final may end up being historically fast with Kenya and Ethiopia fielding their stars vs. Sifan Hassan – How hard will it be for the U.S. to come away with more than one medal in the 100m hurdles after a sweep in 2016? – No more sleeping on Clayton Murphy as the U.S. puts three men in the final but what's this mean for Nijel Amos? – Big Throws love to Raven Saunders and Jessica Ramsey – Examining the Blessing Okagbare positive test for HGH and the subsequent suspension mid-Games – Kudos for Matt Ludwig making it to Tokyo to replace Sam Kendricks + More TUNE IN AND LISTEN TO TORCH TALK WITH CHRIS, KYLE AND DANA. Our daily podcast covering the Olympics is presented by Hayward Magic. Hayward Magic is a really unique and fresh editorial channel on IG that captures the magic and intensity of track & field. Their mantra is #makeittohayward because Hayward is not just a place. It's a state of mind. It's where guts meet magic. All athletes, fans and feats of guts welcome! @HaywardMagic on Instagram. HOW TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Mondo Duplantis represents Sweden and has pushed the boundaries of the pole vault event. He goes into the Olympics as the world record holder. Mondo joined the podcast to talk about nutrition, his baseball obsession, and his backyard training situation. Plus, the women's 400m hurdles promises to be one of the marquee events of the whole Games. We hear from the top two contenders: Dalilah Muhammad and Sydney McLaughlin.Full episode with Dalilah: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podcast-dalilah-muhammad-talks-400m-hurdles-world-record-doubt-and-kobe-bryantFull episode with Sydney: https://olympics.com/en/podcast/podcast-sydney-mclaughlin-mindset-olympics-and-the-400m-hurdles
TESTO DELL'ARTICOLO ➜ http://www.bastabugie.it/it/articoli.php?id=6662LA STORIA DI DIECI ATLETI CATTOLICI ALLE OLIMPIADI DI TOKIOAd esempio la regina del nuoto, Katie Ledecky (detiene tre record mondiali di nuoto stile libero) non ha mai esitato ad affermare la sua fede cattolica e di pregare sempre prima di ogni garada Sito del TimoneTra il 23 luglio e l'8 agosto 2021, si svolgono i Giochi Olimpici a Tokyo, tra tutti coloro che parteciperanno all'evento, 627 atleti americani rappresentano il Paese che guida il record olimpico mondiale con 2.521 medaglie. Ma non è questo l'unico fattore che fa la differenza. Almeno dieci di loro si sono dichiarati pubblicamente cattolici e debitori della loro fede anche in campo sportivo.1) SYDNEY MCLAUGHLINÈ diventata famosa nella sua qualificazione olimpica il 27 giugno scorso. Nei 400 metri ostacoli, l'atleta e studentessa dell'Union Catholic ha spodestato la leader mondiale di questa disciplina, Dalilah Muhammad, chiudendo la gara in 51,90 secondi. Dopo aver stabilito il nuovo record mondiale, McLaughlin non ha esitato ad ammettere che la fede è stata il principale propulsore durante tutta la competizione. «Penso che la più grande differenza quest'anno sia la mia fede, la mia fiducia in Dio e sapere che è Lui che controlla tutto. Finché mi dedicherò al duro lavoro, Lui mi aiuterà a superare ogni ostacolo. E a questo punto non posso davvero fare altro che dargli gloria». In precedenza, ha dichiarato che aggrapparsi a tutto ciò che sapeva e credere che tutto ciò che ha ricevuto provenga da Dio «ha giocato un ruolo importante» nella sua carriera.2) MOLLY SEIDELPer Molly Seidel del Wisconsin, i Giochi di Tokyo saranno il suo debutto alla maratona olimpica. All'età di 18 anni, si diplomò al liceo, dove eccelleva in discipline diverse come il canto e il coro, l'hockey e persino lo sci. Il suo allenatore Brian Borkowski ha evidenziato al Catholic Herald le virtù morali della giovane, in particolare la sua fede e umiltà. «Ho sempre voluto essere come Molly. Non si vergognava affatto [della sua fede]». Ha sottolineato che alle gare fa sempre «il segno della croce, ci mette qualche secondo e so che quello è il momento di lasciarla sola, è il suo momento con Dio». Con un'infanzia e un'educazione religiosa trasmessa dalla nonna, è da lei che imparò a segnarsi prima di ogni gara e a pregare San Giuda per ottenere i risultati. La sua fede segnò anche il suo soggiorno all'Università di Notre Dame. «È stato bello andare a messa, il fatto che le altre ragazze mi chiedessero se volevo andare a messa con loro mi è rimasto impresso». Dopo aver fatto la storia della squadra di football del college di Notre Dame, i Fighting Irish, ha iniziato a lavorare in una caffetteria a Boston e a fare da babysitter. Intanto si stava preparando per la sua prima maratona ad Atlanta, dove ha ottenuto un secondo posto che gli ha permesso di accedere alla squadra olimpica. La sua seconda maratona sarà a Tokyo.3) SKYLAR DIGGINS-SMITHSkylar Diggins-Smith è un'altra delle atlete cattoliche che parteciperanno ai Giochi Olimpici, in questo caso, nella squadra di basket femminile. Giocatrice dei Phoenix Mercury, quelle di Tokyo saranno le sue prime Olimpiadi, dopo una carriera di successo in cui ha fatto la storia con la sua squadra di basket universitaria, sempre i Fighting Irish, ed è arrivata ad essere descritta come «forse la migliore giocatrice nella storia del il basket femminile di Notre Dame». La sua carriera nella squadra universitaria le ha aperto le porte delll'NBA femminile e poi alle prossime Olimpiadi. Ricorda con apprezzamento l'educazione cattolica ricevuta all'Università, dove frequentava costantemente la messa. 4) GALEN RUPPIl compagno di disciplina di Seidel è Galen Rupp, un fondista di 35 anni di Portland, Oregon. Nel 2004 si è diplomato alla Central Catholic High School di Portland e, come riferito da Catholic News, è un cattolico devoto che prega mentre corre. Queste saranno le quarte Olimpiadi di Rupp. Nel 2008 a Pechino si è classificato tredicesimo nei 10.000 metri e quattro anni dopo a Londra ha conquistato l'argento nella stessa gara.5) GRACE MCCALLUMUn'altra atleta marcatamente cattolica in questi giochi è la ginnasta Grace McCallum. Come pubblicato su Religión en Libertad , la diciottenne ha iniziato a fare ginnastica all'età di 5 anni e a 13 già partecipava a gare di ginnastica artistica di alto livello. Da allora, affida sempre i risultati delle sue gare alla preghiera. Nata nel 2002, McCallum ha preso Santa Filomena come sua patrona alla sua cresima. L'11 agosto, festa del santo, si sono svolti i campionati americani 2019 e Grace, dopo aver pregato il suo patrono, ha ottenuto un'inaspettata medaglia di bronzo. «È stato incredibile quante persone sono venute da noi e hanno detto che stavano pregando per lei», ha osservato sua madre nel 2019. «Non credo che Grace potesse chiedere di più. Probabilmente niente significa più per lei che far pregare tutti i suoi cari». «Ogni volta che ho una giornata difficile, in palestra o alle gare, so che Dio mi ha dato questo talento. Ho bisogno di usare questo talento e non sprecarlo», ha detto la giovane atleta del The Central Minnesota Catholic, che porta ad ogni gara un rosario nello zaino e una croce che le ha regalato la nonna.6) SIMONE BILESLa compagna di disciplina di McCallum è Simone Biles, una leggenda alle Olimpiadi di Rio de Janeiro 2016 dove ha conquistato quattro ori e un bronzo. È considerata da molti l'erede della mitica Nadia Comaneci. Ai Mondiali 2019 di Stoccarda, a soli 22 anni, è diventata la ginnasta più premiata della storia vincendo 25 medaglie, 19 delle quali d'oro. In più occasioni Simone ha parlato del rosario che porta sempre nella borsa, dono della nonna, e del fatto che prega spesso. Frequenta anche la messa domenicale con i suoi genitori, che hanno avuto un ruolo fondamentale nella sua vita, sostenendola fin da piccola.7) KATIE LEDECKYSoprannominata la regina del nuoto, Katie Ledecky è un'altra cattolica che promette ottimi risultati alle gare di nuoto nella capitale giapponese. Detiene il record mondiale di nuoto stile libero femminile 1500 metri e ha battuto il proprio record mondiale nei 400 e 800 metri. La nuotatrice, che non ha mai esitato ad affermare la sua fede, ha ammesso di pregare sempre prima di ogni gara. «L'Ave Maria è una bella preghiera e mi aiuta a rilassarmi», ha riconosciuto la nuotatrice. È stata la più giovane partecipante degli Stati Uniti alle Olimpiadi di Londra e ha vinto la sua prima medaglia d'oro a soli 15 anni. Riferendosi alle sue molteplici gare, ha detto: «Sono a un grande evento di nuoto con migliaia di persone che guardano, è importante per me prendere tempo per fare spazio a Dio e pensare a Lui. La mia fede cattolica è molto importante per me. Lo è sempre stata e sempre lo sarà. Fa parte di ciò che sono e mi sento a mio agio nel praticarla. Mi aiuta a mettere le cose in prospettiva». [al termine dell'articolo il video del suo record del mondo, N.d.BB]8, 9, 10) LE SORELLE OGWUMIKEUn altro caso rappresentativo è quello delle tre sorelle Ogwumike: Nneka, Chiney ed Erica, di 31, 29 e 23 anni. Cresciute in una famiglia cattolica, non è strano vedere queste giocatrici NBA nigeriane-americane (hanno entrambe le nazionalità) scambiare tweet con il loro pastore, Sean P. Horrigan. In un'occasione, in un thread su Twitter in merito all'espulsione di Chiney dopo una discussione con l'arbitro nel bel mezzo di una partita, il parroco ha scherzato: «Ricordagli che le sue confessioni sono il mercoledì e il sabato alle 18:00». A causa di un conflitto sportivo che rasenta il diplomatico, la sorella maggiore, Nneka, 31 anni, non potrà partecipare ai Giochi di Tokyo. Il motivo è il regolamento della Federazione Internazionale di Basket, che vieta ai giocatori che hanno gareggiato con un Paese di partecipare a campionati internazionali in un'altra squadra. Qualcosa che colpisce in prima persona la maggiore delle sorelle, che ha gareggiato a fianco degli Stati Uniti ai Mondiali 2018.
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On LGHL's Play Like a Girl podcast, Meredith Hein and Kelsey Trainor talk everything from Ohio State football to all the happenings in the sports world today. On this week's edition of Play Like a Girl, Kelsey got real fired up over the Portland Trail Blazers' snub of Becky Hammon - one of the most talented assistants in the game and deserving candidates for head coaching vacancies. Why all the rage? Because of the agonizingly patronizing tone of Neil Olshey, the exec who made the announcement, that Becky had not been chosen. Cue all the eye rolls. But, Kelsey and Meredith wrapped things up on a positive note, talking a trio of women selected to Team USA's track and field squad — Gabby Thomas, Allyson Felix and Sydney McLaughlin. Contact Kelsey Trainor Twitter: @KTrain_11 Contact Meredith Hein Twitter: @MeredithHein Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Olympic qualifier Sydney McLaughlin smashed the women's 400 hurdle record, becoming the first woman to record a sub 52 second time. In her post race interview and in the days that have followed her victory, McLaughlin put God at the center of attention. McLaughlin says it was her faith and trust in God that was the difference. Dan Andros and Tré Goins-Phillips have the details on this story and more on today's CBN News Daily Rundown.
Your favorite 2 Black Runners recap the second session of the U.S. Olympic Trials from Sydney McLaughlin's new world record, Grant Holloway's dominance in the 110m hurdles, Rai Benjamin's surprise performance in the 400m H, the greatness of JuVaughn Harrison, Gabby Thomas' big day and much more!!
Today we look at 6 of the craziest performances from the second half of the Olympic Trials. We saw Sydney McLaughlin break a world record, Gabby Thomas become the fastest women alive over 200m, Fred Kerley joining the most elite club of sprinters, JuVaughn Harrison doing something that hasn't been done in over 100 years, and much more. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support
For the final episode of Trials Talk with Chris and Kyle, we dissect the wildest hour of track and field on U.S. soil in a while. In the men's 5,000m, Paul Chelimo toyed with the field and won a scorcher of a race in 13:26 ahead of Woody Kincaid and Grant FIsher. We had a bit of a weather delay where the meet was postponed due to extreme and record-setting heat. We had a world record in the women's 400m hurdles where Sydney McLaughlin took .26 seconds off Dalilah Muhammad's previous mark. Athing Mu did her thing with the second-fastest U.S. women's 800m mark of all-time to win the women's 800m over a loaded field. Ajee Wilson and Raevyn Rogers snuck in behind her for the other two spots to Tokyo. As if anything could follow those up, we saw one of the best 1,500 meter duels in recent history with Cole Hocker defeating the reigning Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz. Noah Lyles closed out the show with a world-leading time in the men's 200m of 19.74. TUNE IN AND LISTEN TO TRIALS TALK WITH CHRIS AND KYLE. Our daily podcast from the Olympic Trials is presented by Tracksmith. We're excited to partner with Tracksmith, an independent running brand fueled by a deep love of the sport. They celebrate the amateur spirit and seek to inspire the personal pursuit of excellence. Tracksmith is pleased to be supporting 30 Olympic Trials qualifiers in Eugene, including athletes across 14 disciplines, as part of their Amateur Support Program. Check out Tracksmith's essentials for racing and training - including the Strata kits their Trials athletes are racing in this week - at Tracksmith.com/CITIUS and use code CITIUS to receive 10% off any order until the last day of the trials, June 27th.
Sydney McLaughlin trains with six-time Olympic champion sprinter Allyson Felix. The 400m hurdler is one of the big medal hopes for Team USA at Tokyo 2020, Ahead of the USA Track and Field Olympic Trials, we caught up with Sydney about her mindset, Olympic memories, and much more.
The Satellite Sisters interview the author of the heartfelt and hilarious The Guncle Steven Rowley. Previously by Rowley, bestsellers Lily and the Octopus and The Editor.Lian Dolan announces a new Sweeney Sisters contest on Instagram! It's called #SweeneysintheWild. Post your photos of The Sweeney Sisters book in the wild - reading at the beach, on your bedside table, in the library, anywhere! Post the photo on your own @Instagram and use the hashtag #SweeneysintheWild between now and July 3. You can also tag @liandolan. Lian will do a drawing with everyone who used the hashtag and award ten runners-up a copy of Satellite Sisters' You're The Best and a Sweeney Sisters bookplate. One grand prize winner will get a Satellite Sisters cashmere pashmina and a copy of You're The Best.Freak Accident Watch: Did that guy off Cape Cod REALLY get swallowed by a whale and spit back out? Liz checks it out.Want to get ready for the Olympics?? Start by watching the Track & Field Olympic Trials on NBC. June 18 - 27. Making Team USA can be harder than actually winning a medal in Tokyo, and here are some athletes to watch. Liz's favorites (and their instagrams) among the women are Allison Felix , Sha'Carri Richardson, Dalilah Muhammed, Sydney McLaughlin and Vashti Cunningham.Did you enjoy Escape to the Chateau on TV? Then you might love yourcheapdreammansion on @Instagram.Did you say Sauerkraut? Here's the sauerkraut recipe Liz used. Thank you to today's sponsors. Please support Satellite Sisters by using these special urls:Ritual: www.ritual.com/sistersThirdLove: www.thirdlove.com/sistersKiwico: www.kiwico.com/sistersLian announces new online book clubs for The Sweeney Sisters. Next one: June 23 7 pm ET. Register at www.liandolan.com or here at Crowdcast. Visit the website Satellite Sisters: A Pep Talk For Modern WomenSubscribe to our newsletter Pep Talk here.For more info on Lian Dolan's newest novel The Sweeney Sisters, visit her website here.For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolanBuy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon.Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.
Today we discuss my 4 bold predictions for the NCAA Outdoor Championship, the incredible performances by Sifan Hassan, Shelly-Ann Frasier-Pryce, and Sydney McLaughlin, and much more. If you enjoyed the episode, make sure to leave a like, give a rating, subscribe, share the show with you friends, and follow us on Instagram @trackworldnews for more track content. New episodes every Tuesday and Saturday! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trackworldnews/support
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Kevin and Gordon discuss the star-studded New Balance Indoor Grand Prix including what to expect from Bryce Hoppel and Donavan Brazier, Sydney McLaughlin running a 60m hurdles and Trayvon Bromell vs. Noah Lyles.
To kickoff the New Year your favorite 2 Black Runners, Aaron & Joshua Potts, talk about some of the biggest running storylines that could take center stage during 2021. The two talk about Dalilah Muhammad & Sydney McLaughlin's eventual matchup in the 2021 Olympics 400m Hurdles. Also they discuss the U.S. Women's Distance running group who will be chasing gold at the Olympics for the first time since 1984, and also who will be take the spot as the Fastest Man in the World. Plus the two emphasize how Allyson Felix's legacy will be completes as she chases her 5th Olympic team and lastly on how the sport of running can breakthrough to the mainstream. Follow us on Social Media: ✔Website: https://www.running-report.com/ ✔Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ running_report/ ✔ Subscribe to RUNNING REPORT: https://www.youtube.com/c/RUNNINGREPORT ✔ Don't forget to RATE, REVIEW, AND SUBSCRIBE to the podcast
Quiero proponerte algo. Un día a la semana, que será hoy en esta oportunidad, te voy a contar solo buenas noticias y sugerencias. Así podemos abstraernos un poco de la mala vibra que rodea al mundo a causa de la pandemia. Espero que te guste la propuesta, así que allá vamos! PORTUGAL APLANA SU CURVA. La curva del coronavirus de Portugal se ha aplanado, pero los buenos resultados aún no son suficientes para que el país levante las medidas de confinamiento y reabra su economía orientada a la exportación y dependiente del turismo, el secretario de Estado de Salud, António Sales, sitúa la tasa de mortalidad por coronavirus en 55 muertes por millón de habitantes, menor que en la mayoría de las naciones europeas. Según los expertos esto se debe a la adopción temprana de medidas de confinamiento y el "excelente comportamiento" de la población, factores que permiten al país luso contar con una de las tasas de mortalidad más bajas de Europa. BUENA MEDIDA TOMADA POR EL G20. Los ministros de Finanzas y presidentes de bancos centrales del G20 dieron este miércoles su aval a una suspensión por 12 meses del servicio de la deuda de los países más pobres en medio de la pandemia de coronavirus, anunciaron en un comunicado publicado tras una reunión virtual. El G20 señaló que el acuerdo fue “aprobado por el Club de París” de grandes acreedores. El grupo, que reúne a las economías más grandes del mundo, también pidió a los acreedores privados, que trabajan a través del Instituto de Finanzas Internacionales, que participen en la iniciativa que se extiende a los 76 países más pobres del mundo. El martes, las potencias industriales del G7 se mostraron partidarias de una suspensión temporal del pago de la deuda de las naciones más pobres del mundo, supeditada al acuerdo del G20, para apoyar en la lucha contra el coronavirus. PRUEBAS ANTIDOPAJE VÍA ZOOM. Aquí hay una nueva adición a la lista de cosas que suceden en casa durante la pandemia de COVID-19: pruebas de dopaje para atletas profesionales. La Agencia Antidopaje de EE. UU. Ahora está explorando pruebas de drogas en casa con un programa piloto de 15 voluntarios. Y con el aplazamiento de los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio 2020, existe la preocupación de que los atletas puedan tratar de aumentar sus posibilidades de medallas mediante el uso de drogas para mejorar el rendimiento durante el cierre. El CEO de la Agencia Antidopaje de EE. UU., Travis Tygart, le dijo a Associated Press que el nuevo programa brinda a los atletas la oportunidad de demostrar que se han mantenido limpios durante estos tiempos extraños. Según el programa, los atletas completarán formularios sobre su paradero y establecerán reuniones con oficiales de control de dopaje a través de Zoom o FaceTime. Y cuando se trata de recolectar muestras, los atletas llevarán sus kits de prueba al baño, dejando sus computadoras portátiles apuntadas hacia la puerta cerrada mientras un oficial supervisa a través de la cámara web, imitando las pruebas en persona, durante las cuales un oficial se pararía y esperaría fuera del baño. Los atletas serán cronometrados y sus temperaturas monitoreadas para asegurar que estén proporcionando muestras durante la ventana dada. Entre los voluntarios del programa están atletas estadounidenses de clase mundial, incluidos los velocistas Allyson Felix y Noah Lyles, la nadadora Katie Ledecky y atletas como Emma Coburn y el corredor de obstáculos Sydney McLaughlin. JUGÁ ASSASSIN´S CREED GRATIS. Assassin’s Creed II estará disponible de manera gratuita hasta el 17 de abril en Ubisoft o en su cliente Uplay. Cualquier usuario podrá añadirlo a su colección simplemente con una cuenta en la plataforma. Otro juego gratis para soportar el confinamiento que nos ha tocado vivir. Y este es de los buenos ya que se trata de la segunda entrega de la saga de acción y aventura de ficción histórica de Ubisoft, a la postre nuestro asesino favorito, Assassin’s Creed II. PELÍCULAS GRATIS EN YOUTUBE. Inmersos en un confinamiento que va sumando prórrogas, día tras día la lista de tareas pendientes, películas por ver, libros que leer y cosas que limpiar va mermando. En YouTube, la distribuidora y productora Cinetel Multimedia ha recopilado más de 250 largometrajes, documentales e incluso dibujos animados, que ofrece de forma gratuita. Directamente, desde el buscador de YouTube se pueden descubrir y visionar joyas del cine como Metrópolis, Nosferatu, El gabinete del doctor Caligari, La noche de los muertos vivientes, A star is born (la de 1937, no la de Lady Gaga) y casi todas las comedias de Charles Chaplin. Las más de 5.000 películas para ver y descargar gratis, además de los 20.000 cortos y otros proyectos que están disponibles en la web, han sido donados por sus creadores, las compañías dueñas de sus derechos o simplemente son de dominio público. Una manera perfecta de disfrutar del cine de forma gratuita y sin remordimientos. LEGO SOLIDARIO. La compañía danesa de juguetes LEGO ha anunciado que está asumiendo el desafío de proporcionar equipos de protección para los trabajadores médicos. Los virus ingresan principalmente al cuerpo a través de los ojos, la nariz y la boca. Si bien las máscaras cubren la nariz y la boca, se necesita algún tipo de barrera para evitar que las gotas de la tos o los estornudos lleguen a los ojos. Es por eso que los protectores faciales tienen una gran demanda y por qué LEGO está utilizando su experiencia en la fabricación de plásticos para crear visores de plástico transparente para los trabajadores médicos en Dinamarca. La compañía anunció su nueva línea de producción en Instagram. LEGO NO OLVIDES RESGUARDAR TU SALUD MENTAL. Está bien permanecer informados pero no es bueno invadirnos de miedo y ansiedad. No es necesario estar buscando información todo el tiempo. Consumí hechos y no rumores y escuchá a los expertos en salud pública que son quienes nos va a ayudar a recorrer el camino. “LA DISTANCIA NOS ACERCA” DESDE PARAGUAY. Referentes de los más variados géneros musicales de Paraguay se unieron para hacer parte de esta propuesta, entre ellos, agrupaciones y solistas de la música tropical, folclórica, urbana, rock, y muchos otros estilos. Nombres como Lizza Bogado, Andrea Valobra, Marijó Obregón, Mirta Noemi Talavera, Jazmín del Paraguay, Patricia Álvarez, Kike Zayas, Chirola y Walter Cabrera. Igualmente se suman Dani Meza, Pablo Benegas, Acho Laterza, Emilio García, Jorge Castro, Los Alfonso, Grupo Generación, Tekove, con Melissa Hicks; Los Ojeda, Purahéi Soul, Juan Cancio Barreto, Roscer Díaz, Marcelo Rojas, Lobo Martínez, entre otros. Dirigidos por el maestro Luis Álvarez interpretaron desde sus hogares la canción ´Lazos de amistad´dejando un mensaje ideal para los tiempos que vivimos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op4F808-rwU
In the latest episode of the IAAF Podcast Ben Harlow (@_benharlow) is joined by this Sydney McLaughlin and her coach Joanna Hayes to talk college, making the Rio Olympic Games at 16, turning professional and travelling Europe. There's also a breakdown of the phenomenal results from both the Monaco and London Diamond Leagues as well as the U.S. Championships. *Disclaimer: The Podcast was recorded prior to the Dalilah Muhammad’s incredible world record so this is a special shout out to her and her great performance* ⭐️ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/iaaforg (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=jTZopb8LJrY&redir_token=jYHLUCLhJeu2dvuytVdh983TEOV8MTU2NDUwMjc5NUAxNTY0NDE2Mzk1&q=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Fiaaforg&event=video_description) ⭐️ Like us on Facebook - https://buff.ly/2IlGnyN (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=jTZopb8LJrY&redir_token=jYHLUCLhJeu2dvuytVdh983TEOV8MTU2NDUwMjc5NUAxNTY0NDE2Mzk1&q=https%3A%2F%2Fbuff.ly%2F2IlGnyN&event=video_description) ⭐️ Like us on Instagram - https://buff.ly/2JedXug (https://www.youtube.com/redirect?v=jTZopb8LJrY&redir_token=jYHLUCLhJeu2dvuytVdh983TEOV8MTU2NDUwMjc5NUAxNTY0NDE2Mzk1&q=https%3A%2F%2Fbuff.ly%2F2JedXug&event=video_description)
The USA Track and Field Championships are Thursday to Sunday in Des Moines and we break them all down for you on LetsRun.com Founders' Day. It was a big week for distance fans as the top 3 at the Olympic Marathon Trials will definitely make the Olympics, plus USATF was forced to follow its rules in picking the Pan Am team. We break down USATF Nationals (7:15) with a deep dive of the men's 800 (NOP Civil War: Donavan Brazier vs Clayton Murphy), men's 1500 (can Craig Engels challenge?) and women's 1500 (Shelby Houlihan vs Jenny Simpson) (36:41). Should Simpson move to the steeple? What about Hassan trying the 1500/10,000 double at Worlds (33:11)? Message board post of the week: What's the prime age for distance runners (41:59)? We also talk sprints at USAs (54:44): Sydney McLaughlin, Coleman vs Lyles and what are Allyson Felix chances and what do we really think of the mixed gender 4x400? Plus, Jon gets censored for the first time on the podcast (22:02). Podcast is sponsored by Running Warehouse. Play in $200,019 Running Warehouse USAs Prediction Contest here: https://www.letsrun.com/news/2019/07/2019-usa-outdoors-contest/Pan Am Games Gofundme is here The LRC shoe site has nearly 1,500 new shoe reviews THIS month. Check it out here https://www.letsrun.com/shoes and find a great pair of shoes or save on your favorite pair of shoes. To be on the podcast call 844-LETSRUN (538-7786). For feedback email email@example.com.
(HOKA NAZ Elite Coach Ben Rosario joins podcast for an hour at 83:53).Noah Lyles beat Christian Coleman for the first time ever at 100m and we may have the rivalry the sport needs. JUCO star Kenny Bednarek pulled a sub 20/sub 45 double that is almost unheard of but Michael Norman may have had the best 200 of the weekend. What about 100/200/400 high schooler Matt Boling? We have sprint talk the first 20 minutes of the podcast. Then a little discussion of another World Marathon Major (21:48), before we turn to discussing whether Paul Chelimo is in trouble or just starting the season more slowly because Worlds are later in the year (26:45). Then Running with the Buffaloes author Chris Lear is a surprise caller and he tells us about Noah Lyles parents and how Lyles' dad was great Seton Hall sprinter Kevin Lyles (35:48). We then discuss Sydney McLaughlin's Diamond League debut (40:00) and the incredible Shaunae Miller-Uibo. Our listener audio of the week (47:43) is from Fred and he wins a free pair of HOKA Carbon X shoes which are now here and he talks how hard it is to watch pro track and field in America and Jonathan Gault's love life and being a minority on LetsRun. We talk Gwen Jorgensen's surgery, the Bowerman Track Club and Alberto Salazar at 58:12 before discussing pro women runners and Alysia Montaño taking on Nike in the quest to get paid maternity leave (64:23). We then talk controversy at the Iowa State meet and deleted threads of the week at 74:09, before HOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite Coach Ben Rosario joins us at 83:53 for an hour talk. The NAZ Elite group has been on fire of late with a 2:09 by Scott Fauble in Boston, 2:26 marathons from Kellyn Taylor and Aliphine Tuliamuk, a USA half marathon title by Stephanie Bruce followed up by a 5k PR 2 weeks later.
Shelby Houlihan joins us (39:22) mark on why she's running US cross, her fabulous 2018 season, making the 5000 great for America again, & the high standards of her coach Jerry Schumacher. Plus NBIGP, McLaughlin's pro debut, is she a diva? (no), what do fast times in Dubai mean? And a look at US cross.
Along with every other podcast you're listening to this week, we talked about the 20th anniversary of the 1998 NCAA XC Championship victory from Colorado and Adam Goucher at the top of the show. There are spoilers aside from the outcome of the race, so if you haven't read Running With the Buffaloes and want to, skip ahead to 9:49 to miss that section. We also talked about Kipyegon Bett's B sample, Katelyn Tuohy and the frustrating structure of the high school national championship scene, some Sydney McLaughlin news, and some more talk about post-collegiate running team turnover. Plus, what is consistently the best part of the show: listener tweets and emails! The 1609 Podcast is a proud member of the CITIUS MAG Podcast Family! For more running content, check out @CITIUSMAG on twitter or citiusmag.com. Catch us at @1609pod on social and Patreon or at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This week we were honored to share the mic with Kevin Sully from the House of Run podcast and FloTrack! We got to talk to him about Prenats, two crazy marathon times for two women at very different ends of he age spectrum, Sydney McLaughlin to New Balance and Usain Bolt first goals for his new Australian soccer team. Plus, we had a couple of marathon results to highlight, a fast half from Allie Kieffer, the USATF 50 Mile Championships, and talked about Meb's admission that he was thinking about going out for the 2020 Trials. The 1609 Podcast is a proud member of the CITIUS MAG Podcast Family! For more running content, check out @CITIUSMAG on twitter or citiusmag.com. Catch us at @1609pod on social and Patreon or at email@example.com!
The FloTrack crew discusses the first day of action at the USATF Outdoor Championships, including: -Lopez Lomong's big kick that took him to his first US title since 2010 -The consistent dominance of Molly Huddle -The surprise exit of Robby Andrews in the 1500m -Sydney McLaughlin scratching from the meet with hamstring tightness -The great match-ups brewing in the women's steeplechase and the women's 1500m -A deep field of contenders in the men's 100m
Chris Chavez and Kevin Liao preview the 2018 U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships before heading out to Des Moines, Iowa to bring you all the latest from Drake Stadium. CITIUS MAG will have boots on the ground with Chris, Kevin, Nicole Bush, Scott Olberding, Pat Price, Ryan Sterner and Jason Suarez on-hand to cover all the action. On this episode of the podcast, Chris and Kevin run through all the intriguing match-ups including: - Looking back at the last time the U.S. Championships were held in Des Moines and where some of those champions are now - The impact of some missing stars like Christian Coleman, Allyson Felix, Tori Bowie and others - Shelby Houlihan vs. Jenny Simpson in the 1,500 meters - Drew Hunter on the rise vs. Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz - Who can beat Paul Chelimo? - And more... In the last part of the show, Chris and Kevin spitball some sprinting over/unders: Norman in 200 (o/u 19.88) McLaughlin in open 400 (o/u 49.90) Christian Taylor 400 (o/u 45.07) Plus some ideas on where Sydney McLaughlin will sign. You can catch the latest episode of the podcast on iTunes so subscribe and leave a five-star review. We are also now on Stitcher and now Google Play! If you enjoy this podcast, check out the other shows on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network including the 1609 Podcast, Price of a Mile, Running Things Considered and more. Long live CITIUS MAG. If you want the site and podcast to continue going strong, please consider pledging any dollar amount monthly to show your love and support for what we do. Any amount is greatly appreciated. Your help will feed the bloggers. Visit Patreon.com/CITIUSMAG today.
Jesse Squire and Chris Chavez catch up to preview all of the big action from this upcoming weekend’s NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon. It’s the last major meet at the old Hayward Field. We’re in for quite the show as the next era of U.S. track and field stars – many of which will compete at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. We’ve got Sydney McLaughlin, Gabrielle Thomas, Michael Norman, Karissa Schweizer...the list goes on and on. Jesse breaks down his preview of the championships into the following: Top Five Races To Watch Top Five Athletes To Watch Top Five Records That Could Fall Top Five Storylines To Watch Plus his predictions as to who will win. If you enjoy this podcast, check out the other shows on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network including the 1609 Podcast, Price of a Mile, Running Things Considered and more. http://citiusmag.com/citius-mag-podcast-network/ Long live CITIUS MAG. If you want the site and podcast to continue going strong, please consider pledging any dollar amount monthly to show your love and support for what we do. Any amount is greatly appreciated. Your help will feed the bloggers. Visit http://Patreon.com/CITIUSMAG today. We will return with our regularly scheduled interviews on Wednesday with NCAA Divison II star David Ribich of Western Oregon.
In episode 11, Coach Harris & Ferdy talk about Sports Nutrition & Dieting, and we tell Jersey to stand up for Sydney McLaughlin while we highlight the NCAA Leaderboards.... And you know some food convo found it's way into the mix.... Stay Connected with Track Talk: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @tracktalkwithus | @heisferdy | @coachharristf Twitter: @tracktalkwithus | @heisferdy | @therealdjroc website: www.roccityentertainment.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It was a busy weekend for NCAA athletes with conference championships taking place across the country. One of the stars of the weekend was Virginia Tech's Rachel Pocratsky. The junior swept the 800m and 1500m at the ACC Championships, posting the nation's top time in the 1500m in the process. Pocratsky joins Kevin and Jojo this week to talk about her steady improvement, how she plans on managing the rounds at the NCAA Championships, learning from Virginia Tech alum Hanna Green and her experience being coach by high school legend Tom Arnold. Then, Jojo and Kevin review the entries for the NCAA Preliminary round and discuss Sydney McLaughlin and Michael Norman's racing choices and Karissa Schweizer's chance at a distance double.
Carrie Dimoff describes running as a hobby, but the 34-year-old’s results on the track and the roads put her among the best in the country. In her latest race, Dimoff finished second in the Stanford Invitational 10,000, sandwiched in between higher-profile runners, Gwen Jorgensen and Karissa Schweizer. On this week’s episode of On The Run, Jojo and Kevin talk to Carrie about her huge personal best at Stanford, balancing running and family life with running, her preferred event and why she is still competing 10 years after she contemplated walking away from the sport. After the interview, Jojo and Kevin discuss the performances by Sydney McLaughlin and Mondo Duplantis last weekend and highlight some key events at the Commonwealth Games.
Jojo is in Stanford covering the Stanford Invitational, so Kevin is joined this week by FloTrack staff members Jenny Zahn and Grant Grosvenor. The group discusses their thoughts on Sydney McLaughlin’s 50.07 at the Florida Relays, Mondo Duplantis’ battle to retain his high school eligibility, the women’s only world record at the World Half Marathon Championships, Brianna Williams’ race at the CARIFTA Games and all the other news from across the running world. Then, the group chats about their favorite relays, the event they’d personally most like to excel at and the best track and field follows on Instagram and Twitter.
Track geek alert! Steve and Chris couldn't help but sound off for 2 full hours on the upcoming USATF Outdoor Track Championships that are coming at you THIS weekend: June 22-25. In this episode, they give you an overview of schedule/logistics and break down all of the distance events. Plus at the end, they share a few stories to watch from the sprint and field events as well. The event breakdowns come in order of appearance at the meet, so you can take this one in smaller chunks as the events come. The 10K final is Thursday night, so we definitely recommend working through the first bit by Thursday evening. Going head to head with predictions in all five distance events, Steve and Chris are competing for the title of Head Track Geek for the Running Rogue podcast. Public bragging and shaming rights are at stake. Who will win?!? This episode is for track geeks and newbie fans alike. We try to demystify the meet and give you the key athletes and stories to watch for! Some important links that we mentioned in this episode: - Meet schedule: http://www.usatf.org/Events---Calendar/2017/USATF-Outdoor-Championships/Schedule.aspx (all times are PST) - TV schedule: http://olympics.nbcsports.com/2017/06/19/usa-track-and-field-championships-broadcast-schedule/ - Letsrun.com event hub (for results and recaps): http://www.letsrun.com/events/2017-usa-outdoor-track-field-championships-2017-usatf-champs/ - NY Times article on Gabe Grunewald: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/19/sports/chemotherapy-then-the-us-championships-for-gabriele-grunewald.html - Bonus video of Sydney McLaughlin with an epic comeback in her final high school 4 x400 race: http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=19684486 (must watch!)
Adam and Meg are joined this week by Florida Gator freshman Clayton Brown, the current national leader in the high jump (2.25 meters / 7 feet, 4.5 inches) and ranked fourth nationally in the triple jump (16.34 meters / 53 feet, 7.5 inches). We talk to Clayton about his strong start, how he got to Florida from Jamaica as well as being roommates with Florida's other phenom freshman, Grant Holloway. Plus, Adam and Meg discuss the New Balance distance medley world record attempt featuring Sydney McLaughlin, the NCAA indoor team rankings and run down the 2017 Oscar nominations.