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Marco Arop is arguably one of the most accomplished mid-distance runners in Canadian history. He's only 22 years old but he's already achieved more than most track athletes can dream of in a career. He's a Pan Am Games gold medalist, a world championship finalist, and was an NCAA standout at Mississippi State before going pro in 2019. Since then, he's become a 5-time Diamond League podium finisher and competed in this summer's Tokyo Olympics, placing 7th in his semi-final. But Marco hasn't been without his share of challenges, both on and off the track.Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
In life, you have to know when it's okay to walk away, even from something you love. The end of one journey always leads to the beginning of another. Special guest Chanelle Price joins me to discuss her faith in God and how it helped navigate her through her track and field journey. We talked about everything from multiple injuries, Olympic Trial disappointments, her recent decision to retire, getting engaged and her future. We also discussed her special relationship with Sabrina Stanley on and off the track.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/chanelle.price.3Instagram https://www.instagram.com/cpricerunTwitter https://twitter.com/cpricerunMy recent guest appearance on the Hell Is Full Of Dads Podcast: Click HereIf you'd like to support the show, you can find out how at: https://www.patreon.com/HeelStriker954Intro & Outro produced by https://www.fiverr.com/awwyeahBackground music: Chill Noons by Kroniclehttps://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10/chill-noons
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. In this episode of The Rundown we bring you the highlights from the Chicago and Boston Marathons, including Canadian results and incredible back-to-back (to-back) performances. We recap Canadian road and cross-country races, as well as a prolific weekend of trail racing. And we cover some heavy news, including a lawsuit from Mary Cain and the untimely death of Agnes Tirop.NOTE: This episode includes corrections from 2 previous Shakeout Podcast episodes. You can hear these corrections from 00:01 - 01:54Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Sometimes on our journey to our goal, we tend to compare our path to others with similar dreams and aspirations. It's important to focus on your game plan, staying humble when succeeding and staying hungry to achieve more. Special guest Sabrina Southerland joins me to discuss her journey going from the collegiate level to the pro's while battling an unexpected injury at the worst time. We also discussed her special relationship with Chanelle Price on and off the track.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Athlete/Sabrina-Southerland-347150602451040/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sabrinajemIf you'd like to support the show, you can find out how at: https://www.patreon.com/HeelStriker954Intro & Outro produced by https://www.fiverr.com/awwyeahBackground music: Chill Noons by Kroniclehttps://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10/chill-noons
Terry Radchenko spent nearly 2 decades coaching with the University of Toronto, helping develop some of Canada's best middle distance runners. This year he was named the head cross-country coach for the University of Guelph Gryphons, a program with a history of success, but which had been without a coach for the last 2 years. In this episode Terry talks about new beginnings and about the exciting depth of Canadian collegiate running, after his team won their first meet of the season in London, Ontario. Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Today we take a look at the 5 things that our sport can do to improve it's viewership. 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
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. This episode of The Rundown marks the start of both the World Marathon Majors and USports Cross-Country seasons. We recap results from these, as well as Canadian Stephanie Case's record-setting performance at the Tor des Glaciers ultra trail race in Italy. Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
"The main reason we started was just that we didn't see that many people that look like us reporting on track and field. In other sports like basketball and the NFL, you see people of color and a lot of diversity in all of the reporting. When it comes to track, it's not really like that. I really love track and field. I love all the events. When I go to these other sites and mainly distance is getting covered, I'm thinking most of the reason why is because it's not a diverse group of people. Whenever you put culture and diversity into something, it gets better." My guests for today's episode are Aaron and Joshua Potts. You may know them as the Two Black Runners since they have their own podcast by that name. You may have watched some of their videos on YouTube or Instagram. They're creating all types of running content by the culture and for the culture, as they say. I had the chance to meet them in person for the first time when we broadcast the Trials of Miles Qualifier meet in Kansas City and they served as the sideline guys while me and Kyle Merber were in the booth. The reaction on social media and reception to the energy they brought to the show was great. They were also two of the 16 members of the inaugural Magic Boost class, which is a program that I helped lead that looks to empower, amplify and mentor the next generation of track and field content creators. Some of the videos that Joshua and Aaron were able to put together from their time in Eugene for the Pre Classic were hilarious so I'll include some in the show notes for you to check out. Get to know them a little better here. Hear their story and then support their work.
As a track and field athlete representing Haiti in international competitions for nearly a decade, Samyr Laine was not only among the very best athletes that Haiti has ever seen, he was very easily among the best in the world in his discipline: the triple jump. He is Haiti's national record holder with a jump of 17.39 meters (just over 57 feet), won multiple medals for Haiti at various international competitions (one bronze and one gold at the Central American and Caribbean Games as well as a silver at the Pan American Sports Festival to name a few) and represented Haiti at 3 Pan American Games, 7 World Indoor or Outdoor Championships and 1 Olympic Games. Many times, Samyr was the lone Haitian athlete to qualify for those global championships but he didn't merely attend, he qualified for the finals at the 2012 Olympic Games and the 2013 World Championships, finishing 11th at both global competitions. On several occasions he finished in the top 10 on the world ranking list of top triple jump distances in a particular year, and year in and year out he was a staple on the IAAF Diamond League circuit, which is the top competitive circuit in the sport. Before representing Haiti, Samyr was an NCAA All-American in college, and held the Ivy League conference record for a time; he still holds the Harvard University school record in the triple jump to this day. Aside from his athletic accomplishments, Samyr earned degrees from the aforementioned Harvard University, as well as a master's degree from The University of Texas and a law degree from Georgetown University; the latter of which he earned while traveling the world, competing as a professional athlete and representing Haiti. He is a member of the New York State Bar and is currently the Senior Vice President of Operations and Strategy at Westbrook Inc. where he heads up the company's Good Goods division and oversees all consumer brand incubation, and licensing. Prior to joining Westbrook Inc., Samyr was the Senior Director of Operations for Roc Nation. There, he spearheaded the operations for key growth initiatives for Roc and some of its affiliated companies, launched their new literary division as a partnership with Penguin Random House ,and managed several notable multi-platinum recording artists. Before Roc Nation, Samyr was the Director of Player Relations and Competition for Major League Soccer. He is a published author and also spent several years as an adjunct professor at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. More important than anything mentioned already is Samyr's work as a member of the board of directors of l'Ecole de Choix (a school in Mirebalais, Haiti), and formerly as an advisory board member of the Business of Sports School (a Career and Technical Education school in Manhattan). Beyond that, he works with a number of organizations in and related to Haiti and hopes to have a lasting impact on the lives of children there, particularly through sport and education; although he frequently works with high schools and mentors student-athletes here in the U.S. as well. Follow his story on IG @iamsamyrlaine. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support
Many times we tend to forget that professional athletes are regular people just like us. For many, going to the Olympics is a lifelong dream. Special guest, Canadian runner Mariah Kelly joins me as she shares her journey to make the Canadian Olympic team. Everything from accusations, relationships, Covid restrictions, Olympic delays and more. Mariah shares some of her darkest moments and the determination to overcome them.Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mariah_kelly1/Intro & Outro produced by https://www.fiverr.com/awwyeahBackground music: Chill Noons by Kroniclehttps://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10/chill-noons
Gabby Thomas is one of the fastest women on earth and is a two-time Olympic medalist, but she's so much more than just an athlete. Gabby graduated from Harvard, where she studied neurobiology and global health, and is currently studying for her Master's degree in epidemiology at the University of Texas at Austin, all while maintaining her elite training schedule. Gabby joins the WHOOP Podcast to discuss her journey to running (2:12), how the difference between peak performance and poor performance is the matter of hundredths of a second (8:46), her academic pursuits (10:15), using WHOOP (13:24), recovery behaviors (15:10), the mental side of running (21:35), the importance of sleep (32:00), muscle recovery (36:06), nutrition (39:16), being thankful for good health (43:26), and her goals beyond running (46:51).Support the show (http://whoop.com)
Tiara Williams is a former, Division I Texas Tech heptathlete and a track and field reporter. She was inspired to start the platform Real Talk in January of 2019 because she wanted to gain experience toward her dream career in sports broadcasting. She began to showcase track and field athletes in video interview segments, focusing not just on who they are as athletes, but also on who they are as people. In this episode, Tiara shares about her own struggles with mental health and why she values asking athletes about their mental health. Tiara also speaks candidly about changes she wants to see in track and field, what it means to be a young Black woman in sports broadcasting, and what she represents for Black girls who aspire to similar careers. Discussed in this episode: --Tiara's interview with Sha'Carri Richardson --Connecting with athletes as real people --Watching family members struggle with addiction --Sports as an outlet for family struggles --Heptathlon --Tiara's Texas Tech career --Power dynamics in track and field reporting --Asking athletes about mental health --Post-college mental health struggles --The connection between money and mental health --The Magic Boost program Quotes: --“It means everything to me to be creative. It means everything. It means everything to know that young Black women are looking up to me. Young, high school Black girls are always in my DMs saying, ‘I want to be a sports broadcaster.' It means everything to know that I am setting the standard that they will look up to.” -Tiara Williams --“I like to ask athletes about mental health because we all deal with it. But we all cope with it in different ways. And you never know, your coping mechanism could help someone eles…we can all help each other.” -Tiara Williams Follow Tiara on Intagram Follow Real Talk on Instagram, Youtube --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialsport/support
As a professional runner, getting a sponsorship can be a big deal. Whether it's clothing and gear, races and travel, media opportunities or more, every little bit helps. Unfortunately, in a sport that isn't as popular and funded as other professional sports, running provides limited opportunities, making it harder to get selected by brands. Special guest, Olympic Trial competitor Brenna Detra joins me as we discuss the struggles and challenges that come with obtaining sponsorships including her personal experiences.Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brenna.detraTwitter https://twitter.com/brennadet13Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brennadet13/Intro & Outro produced by https://www.fiverr.com/awwyeahBackground music: Chill Noons by Kroniclehttps://soundcloud.com/the-chemist-10/chill-noons
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. In this episode of The Rundown we cover the Diamond League finale, road races galore, and a new Bruce Trail FKT. Plus we dish on all the drama from track superstars in attendance at the Met Gala.Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Ep. 61: Cornell track and field shaped this entrepreneur. Lokai's brand of beaded bracelets has become a phenomenon sold in 5,000 locations in 170 countries. The bracelets each contain a droplet of mud from the Dead Sea and water from Mount Everest to represent the highs and lows of earth and of life. Steven paid his dues going “door-to-door” around New York City, trying to get stores to display his bracelets, and was rejected 95 percent of the time. Eventually, his hard work (and his discovery by celebrities like Justin Bieber, Cam Newton, and Blake Lively) helped the company turn the corner… and they haven't looked back since. Six years later, he founded his second company Elements, which produces functional wellness drinks formulated to consistently balance the body's stress levels. Listeners are sure to enjoy his descriptions of getting his businesses off the ground as well as the differences and similarities of being a founder versus a CEO, including why the numbers count… but aren't everything, and baking social responsibility into your bottom line. Steven offers a distinctive blend of unwavering confidence and hard-won humility that is sure to inspire and awaken your own creative juices. And one thing's for sure: you'll never look at a baton handoff in a track relay the same way again. Visit https://donyaeger.com/corporate-competitor-podcast/episode-61/ for a free gift and today's show notes!
The Tokyo Paralympic Games wrapped up last week, and our Athletics Canada team came away with 8 medals. One of those medals belongs to 21 year old sprinter Marissa Papaconstantinou who won bronze in the T64 100m. Marissa has been a rising star since she was fitted with her first running blade as a pre-teen, and she made her first Paralympic Games at just 16. But a slew of injuries and setbacks led to a rocky few years for this talented young athlete. In this episode Marissa shares the lessons she's learned through adversity, the power of representation, and what comes next for this newly minted Paralympic medalist!Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Jackson Heidesch and Shewaye Johnson have absolutely taken Iowa running by storm over the last year. Take a listen to these two about how they got to where they are and their goals for this season and beyond!Sponsor Information:Lightspeed Lift: We greatly appreciate Lightspeed Lift for how they partner with us in our Performance Lab to help all runners get healthy, stay healthy, and run fast! Connect with us if you have interest in using ours at The Lab, and checkout their website if you have interest in getting one for your home or facility use.https://lightspeedlift.com/Follow Us:Twitter: @LabXlr8Instagram: xlr8performancelabWebsite: www.xlr8-performancelab.comEmail: email@example.com
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. In this episode of The Rundown we recap the exciting Canadian results from the August Diamond League meets. We cover 2 new world records on the roads. And we update you on the top Canadian Paralympic performances mid-way through the Games!Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Forget what you've seen on TV because Race Walking is nothing like what it seems. Robyn Stevens is a 14x National Champion who just got back from the Tokyo Olympics. We talk Race Walking, the secret to swinging your hips and getting annoyed at slow walkers. Then, we countdown the Top 5 Ways to Get Around.Robyn Stevens: 01:47ishPointless: 28:36ishTop 5: 52:13ish www.WalknRobyn.com (Robyn Stevens Website)www.instagram.com/robyndesign (Robyn Stevens Instagram)www.facebook.com/dreamngold (Robyn Stevens Facebook)
Angela Herzner is literally a jack of all trades! She's a Fire Fighter/EMT by trade but in her off time you'll find this multi-sport champion at the gym training for masters bodybuilding shows or on the track, training for masters track and field events. A successful track and field athlete in high school, college and post graduating( she qualified for the Olympic Trials in 2004!) as well as fitness competitor, she hung up her spikes and heels to start working as a firefighter/EMT as well as raise a family. At age 40, she returned to her first love of track and field and has been competing ever since breaking several American Masters records along the way! She even jumped into 2 masters bodybuilding shows and won those too! Hear about her day to day life, her training and what fuels her to succeed mentally as well as physically as a masters athlete today!
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Hannah Borenstein is a Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Anthropology at Duke University. Her academic research is about women runners in Ethiopia navigating a transnational athletics economy. Outside of academia, she writes primarily about the intersections of sports, race, gender, and labor politics. She speaks Amharic, can juggle, and loves to run. Discussed in this episode: --COVID experience in different countries --Post-colonial feminist critique --Power dynamics that elite Ethiopian distance-runners might face when dealing with male coaches, training partners, etc. --Considerations involved in being a white woman from the US doing research in Ethiopia --Firehiwot Dado, Hannah's friend and 2011 NYC Marathon champion --Navigating dual roles as friend, teammate, and researcher --Hannah's Fansided Article on Pan-Africa-USA International Track Meet --The complexity of track and field when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion --The injustices of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics games --Female classifications/testosterone rule in Olympic track events: 400m to 1500m --Hannah's World Athletics article on women runners from Ethiopia's Tigray region --Hannah's article, The Long Run --Alison Wade's Bookshop page on books on women's distance running --The White Lotus Follow Hannah: Website, Twitter Follow Social Sport: Website, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter Subscribe to the Social Sport Newsletter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialsport/support
Colleen Quigley says she never dreamed of being an Olympian, but when she started running in high school, she found herself on a path that would make her one of America's top track and field athletes. Colleen joins the WHOOP Podcast to share her journey to the top of her sport, and what she's learned about herself along the way. She also details her struggles with injuries and how mindset is an important tool in overcoming physical setbacks. She discusses getting into running late (2:50), overtraining (9:39), how her parents set her on a path to success (13:48), dealing with setbacks (17:43), injuries (20:20), meditation (25:33), tracking habits (34:17), using WHOOP (36:18), sleep consistency (39:09), body image in running (44:37), weight and nutrition (46:14), who inspires her (48:25).Support the show (http://whoop.com)
In today's podcast we cover four crucial cyber and technology topics, including: 1. Chase Bank reveals some customer data exposed from May to July 2. Researcher finds sensitive U.S. no-fly watchlist exposed online 3. Iranian train hack linked to Anti-Syrian actor Indra 4. Hive compromises Memorial Health System impacting patient services I'd love feedback, feel free to send your comments and feedback to | firstname.lastname@example.org
While many athletes lamented that their friends and family weren't allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympics, two sisters from Toronto celebrated not only being at the Games together, but competing in the same event. Gabriela and Lucia Stafford both raced the 1500m in Tokyo, each running extremely well. They also happen to be on the cover and profiled in the July/August issue of Canadian Running Magazine. In this episode we chat with the Stafford sisters about their Olympic experiences, the bonds of sisterhood, and what gets them excited about the future.
In this episode I talk about two coaches that will be stepping in new places this year hoping to bring more winning and national attention to their programs in college football. I talk about Neeraj Chopra and his inspiring Olympic performance to a gold medal . I then finish giving my thoughts on upcoming NFL preseason action this week --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. In this episode of The Rundown we celebrate the end of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. We share our own experiences, including travel, the athlete's village and the stadium. We break down our team's accomplishments by the numbers, in our most success Games in modern history. And we recap all of the thrilling highlights from the track, field and roads!Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
In the middle of a global pandemic it's amazing that the Tokyo 2020 organising committee could get a games going at all. That they could bring the athletes of the world to Japan and get them to compete with no socialising, in front of no crowds, at such a high level is nothing short of a miracle. Australia equalled its best gold medal count with 17. Thanks largely to the women's swim team. While aquatic sports in general won 15 of the 17 gold for Australia. Aussies tore up the track and field events with three medals. And the Boomers won their first ever medal after so many heartbreaking moments over the years. Penrith's own Jess Fox won a gold and a bronze in the whitewater canoeing and Penrith born Melissa Wu won a bronze in diving which is almost as good as gold given the two Chinese divers were out of this world. Internationally there were some amazing performances. Karsten Warholm burning up the 400m hurdles track sits atop the mountain. But Eliud Kipchoge going back to back in the marathon, Katie Ledecky winning the distance double, Marcell Jacobs winning the first 100m track title for Italy and the 4-way battle for the men's 1500m freestyle were all great moments. All the hurdles, the Covid tests, the masks, the awarding teammates medals, the friendly TV time zone, and the world class performances made Tokyo 2020 one of the most satisfying Olympics in memory. 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:07:30 - Swimming 0:24:00 - Athletics 0:43:50 - Cycling 0:58:40 - Kayak & Canoe 1:07:00 - Basketball 1:16:00 - Football 1:19:00 - Other Sports 1:26:00 - Favourite Moments Part of the No Phony Podcast Network nophonynetwork.com Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Hammer - @notbatting11 Mendy - @BigMendy180 Maybo - @maybo83 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 No Phony Network - @NoPhonyNetwork Email - email@example.com facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/
A fascinating weekend veers from gritty Sporting KC to Messi, Royals salvage job to Chiefs at work, compelling Olympic views, golf carnage, Pro Football HOF, and much more.
*"Top Chef" Season 18 Spoilers Ahead!* Chef Dawn Burrell is no stranger to pressure. Turns out that Dawn, the runner-up on the recent season of "Top Chef," was also in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney! She joins guest host Vitus Spehar of TikTok's "Under The Desk News" to talk about her track & field days; cooking for Padma, Gail, and Tom; and Late August, the Houston restaurant she'll be opening soon that draws on the flavors and foods of the African diaspora. We also learn who her "Top Chef" bestie was and why she's passionate about Lucille's 1913, the Houston-based non-profit that provides meals to those in need, culinary training, and more. Thank you to Free People for supporting this episode. Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Our theme song is by the band Tra La La. Visit cherrybombe.com/dawn-burrell-transcript for a transcript of this episode.
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On this special edition of "Listen in With KNN '' presented by FOX Sports Radio, host Kelsey Nicole Nelson welcomed special guest IAAF Diamond League Champion and Two-Time Olympic Medalist Dawn Harper-Nelson. The East St. Louis native recapped her Olympic experiences and shed light on the Team USA track and field program. She also shed light on the joys of motherhood. #LIWKNN #ListenInWithKNN
Words With Witte is back!! Today's guest is Chris Chavez who is living out his childhood goal of being a Sports Illustrated writer. Before attending college, Chavez was working as a columnist for the Bleacher Report covering college basketball. We discuss what he learned about the industry with his first job and what led to him wanting to cover the sport of running. In 2017, Chavez founded Citius Mag after finding a white space in the industry. Chavez and his team create relatable running content and it's also where Chavez hosts a podcast talking to the stars, their agents, and coaches in track and field. Chavez shares why reading has had an impact on his writing career, why he has pivoted the format in which he tells stories, and a peek into how he prepares for Olympic coverage. Chavez tells you who he thinks will be the track and field stars in Tokyo this summer and the shoes that are changing the game!Anna Witte's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/annawitte/Anna Witte's Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnnaWitte_Chris Chavez's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisChavezChris Chavez's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chris_j_chavez/Citius Mag's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/citiusmag/Citius Mag's Website: http://citiusmag.com
It turns out, Alex Rossi has an Alex-Rossi-level obsession with Jelly Bellies. The guys also talk about what Olympic sport they think they could get good at in 4 years, and weigh in on the Olympics in general.+++Follow us on Twitter at @askofftrack. Or individually at @Hinchtown, @AlexanderRossi, and @TheTimDurham.To buy a #GetWellWickens sticker and or shirt, visit Toronto Motorsports, all proceeds go to Sam Schmidt's Conquer Paralysis Now Foundation.The music you heard in this episode comes from:Ryan Dann of Holland Patent Public Library. You can find him online at hollandpatentpubliclibrary.com
2:20 This may be the best story from the Olympics.9:38 Are the U.S. Men's National Team on the come up in soccer and the women on the decline?21:46 Who did well in the NBA Draft and why the G-League could be hurting the league and college game.30:13 How a high-schooler's move to Ohio State may open the flood gates for NIL.38:02 Why the Colts need to sit Wentz until November.40:21 The Dodgers put all of the pressure on themselves to repeat with the trade for Max Scherzer and Trea Turner.
Thinking Outside the Pylons is evolving. Chandler is now engaging and talking to different athletes about their experiences and obstacles that they have encountered through their career and personal life. It all starts with an interview with former University of Texas Wide Receiver and Track Hurdler John Burt. Chandler and John recount the 5 years that John spent at the University of Texas and everything that shaped him. From coaching changes, to injuries, to adding an extra year of education. This in-depth interview follows what many athletes have to face and that is hard decisions, the hunger to strive for more, and the pressures of outside forces. Enjoy the episode and please don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe!
The golden hour of track and field on Day 4 included shared gold medals between friends Gianmarco Tamberi and Mutaz Barshim, a world record in the triple jump by Yuliar Rojas and a former long jumper winning the men's 100m in the post-Usain Bolt era. Team Torch Talk is back at it and breaking down an incredibly exciting evening session of Day 3 and morning session of Day 4 in Tokyo. Medals were won, favorites didn't make it through and apparently it is possible to have enough energy to run, fall down, do a somersault and get up and win your 1500m heat less than 12 hours before a 5000m final. Plus: Chris has a viral tweet...for now. Also discussed in this episode: - The fall between Isaiah Jewett and Nijel Amos that cost only one of them a trip to the finals - Long jump madness that results in a Greek champion - Fred Kerley's risk pays off massively and why he decided to go for the 100 meters in the first place - Big Italian energy + 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 Thursday's Houston Matters: We get an update on the fatal chemical leak at a LyondellBasell chemical plant in La Porte. Also this hour: A new study shows Houstonians and Texans are struggling more during the pandemic than the rest of the nation. Why? Then: Olympic track and field legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee reflects on her career – and on a particularly memorable race in Houston. She's Eddie Robinson's guest on I See U this weekend. Plus: We visit the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts in Spring, which is displaying artwork from one of the nation's premier contemporary art collections, that of The Chaney Family. The exhibit is on display through Aug. 21. And tackle football isn't just for the boys. We learn about the women's tackle football team, the Houston Power. On Saturday night, they host the Sun City Stealth of El Paso in the Big Heart Bowl at Houston Baptist University.
Ep. 53: Track and Field shaped this incredible leader. Before joining RE/MAX – one of the largest publicly traded real estate companies in the world with 135,000 agents operating in 110 countries— Adam Contos ran a SWAT team, working for a local Sheriff's Office. He describes the job as “kicking in doors, blowing things up, and saving people.” In this episode, Adam shares that while his current professional life is completely different, his approach to leading high-performance teams remains the same. His goal is to break down barriers, blow up conventional thinking, and help as many people as possible achieve success. How do you scale your organization in a way that values the people who are building it? You will find out here. I have my notepad ready. I hope you do, too! Listen here or on Apple, Spotify, and IHeartRatdio. You will learn: (5:00) How to distinguish what you can control. (6:00) How to lead from the front. (12:30) How to use success as a stepping stone. (16:30) How to prioritize people over processes. (18:30) How to recruit people to FIT your culture. (24:00) The difference between a Super Bowl team and a Pro Bowl team in business. Resources: Connect with Adam on LinkedIn Check out Adam's podcast ‘Start With A Win'
What do you do days before you compete in the Olympic Track and Field 5k Trials? Eat ice cream! Maddie Alm, fellow sports dietitian and US Olympic Track and Field 5k spills the beans on competing in the trials in June 2021 in the heat of Eugene. Maddie qualified for the Olympic trials in the 5k at the Sound running meet in LA mid-May 2021 with a time of 15:19. Going into the trials, she ranked 29th but crushed the race and finished 12th with a 15:58 time. In this episode, we cover:What it was like qualifying and competing at the trialsWhat the lead up to the race was likeHer race day nutritionWhat it's like being a part of Team BossWhat Maddie's training looks likeHow Maddie works with elite and everyday athletes, and the differences between the twoHow Maddie helps athletes improve their relationship with foodAnd more!For the full show notes, click here!Connect with Maddie:Instagram @fueling_forwardPersonal Instagram @madsalm12Fueling Forward website to work with Maddie and learn more!
Do athletes use artificial intelligence? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Gary O'Reilly & Chuck Nice answer patron questions about the Olympics and have a nerd fight with physics professor and martial artist John Eric Goff. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Thanks to our Patrons Dave Armstrong, Jamie Ferns, Sam Arnold, Jesse Pinette, evan stegall, Sam Couch, and Payton Hawk for supporting us this week. Photo Credit: President.az, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the morning of May 6th, 1954, Roger Bannister achieved what most people believed was not humanly possible: he ran a mile in under four minutes. It is considered one of the greatest athletic achievements of all time, alongside Sir Edmund Hillary's ascent of Mt. Everest. Bannister was a medical student at the time. He had already been to the Olympics, two years before. And he had spent eight years developing his own unique approach to training - one that allowed him to very gradually improve speed, while leaving time for his studies. He talks here about his childhood in wartime England, and about daring to dream the impossible. This episode was originally published in 2016.
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.