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A weekly competitive Hearthstone podcast covering tournament news, card reveals, and deck strategy. Tune in here to level up your game! Hosted by Alec Dawson and Hunter Graham.
 
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"The Frost-Giant's Daughter" is, arguably the earliest chronological story by Robert E. Howard in terms of Conan's life. The brief tale is set somewhere in frozen Nordheim, geographically situated north of Conan's homeland, Cimmeria. Conan is depicted by Howard as a youthful Cimmerian mercenary traveling among the golden-haired Aesir in a war party.Shortly before the story begins, a hand-to-hand battle has occurred on an icy plain. Eighty men ("four score") have perished in bloody combat, an ...
 
Faust is the protagonist of a classic German legend; a highly successful scholar, but also dissatisfied with his life, and so makes a deal with the devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge and worldly pleasures.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust is a tragic play in two parts. It is Goethe's most famous work and considered by many to be one of the greatest works of German literature.This first part of Faust is not divided into acts, but is structured as a sequence of scenes in a var ...
 
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On this week’s episode, Kristin Ray speaks with Kaleigh Krish and Emily van Buskirk, hosts of the Sideline Sasss Podcast. Kaleigh and Emily, along with being hosts of their own show, are sports journalism professionals in the bay area of California. They have experience working in both the newspaper and video journalism sectors of the sports jo ...…
 
Kara Lynn Joyce and Coach Christen welcome 2016 Olympic gold medalist Kelsi Worrell Dahlia who shares her story of choosing the University of Louisville and her iconic rise onto the national stage. Kelsi shares her experiences at Olympic Trials, what she was doing in the ready room before her win in the 100 fly, as well as her relationship with ...…
 
Claire Deacon guides us through some of the best yoga poses for runners, explaining there is no fast track for flexibility, it takes ground work and time but once you’re there you are in with some continuance. Flexibility will help you with your general posture, your range of movement and ultimately provide you with a higher quality of life. Yo ...…
 
If you ever wonder how much protein you need to eat as an athlete, this episode is for you. Maricarmen discusses the function of protein, the daily recommendation if you have a sedentary lifestyle, if you are an athlete or if you want to build muscle. She also discusses some of the important functions of protein and what can happen when we have ...…
 
On this week’s episode Mick Swagger talks to Jumpy McGee, aka April Fournier, Co founder of Team Indigenous, coach at Maine Roller Derby, Board of Directors for Maine Roller Derby and member of the World Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) Advisory Committee. They discuss the formation of Team Indigenous, how Team Indigenous members are all wo ...…
 
On this month’s episode of The Sailing Show, Abby Ehler talks to Libby Greenhalgh, Dee Caffari and Carolijn Brouwer before the final leg of the Volvo Ocean Race. With a thrilling finish in store as the fleet race towards The Hague, Abby asks how they feel about this epic race now that they have experienced mixed gender teams and with news of ch ...…
 
On this week’s episode, FAB founder Kristin Ray chats with Chris Stafford, Founder & President of WiSP Sports about the topics that The FAB Podcast has covered in its first six months and what has resonated with them. They also discuss what's in store for the show in the coming months, the subjects they plan to cover and how the podcast has bec ...…
 
On this week's show Kara and Christen get up close and personal with Catherine Vogt, Associate Head Coach at USC, 2016 Head Olympic Open Water Coach, and the personal coach of Haley Anderson, one of the best open water swimmers in the world. Catherine shares all that she’s learned from her long coaching career starting at UNC, her alma mater, a ...…
 
This month Lisa's guest is Dr. Georgie Bruinvels a research scientist for Urenco to discuss her research and work into our menstrual cycles and how they affect how hormones and other components of our life and how that affects our athletic participation. Georgie is a research scientist for Orreco, a sport science and data analytics company and ...…
 
At the recent Upperville Horse Show in Virginia, which is the oldest horse show in the country, A young woman from Ohio caught the attention of the crowd when she won the $216,000 Upperville Jumper Classic CSI4* after an eight horse jump-off. This was Ali Wolff’s first international grand prix victory and she beat some top riders in the sport t ...…
 
The care of your feet and the correct footwear for your individual needs is a critical aspect of athlete health as Dr. Heather North explains there are some simple ways to ensure your feet don't slow you down. She talks about some of the common issues and injuries with feet, how to recognize them and treat them. Heather has some advice on foot ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Kristin Ray from Females in Athletic Business talks with Dr. Janice Hilliard, Ph.d. on the similarities and differences between working in college athletics versus professional sports. Dr. Hilliard is able to use her years both in the NBA and in Division I College Athletics to help us sort out what side of the industry m ...…
 
Olympic gold medalist Samantha Arsenault Livingstone has taken her passions of being genuine, real and owning her story and started her own business speaking and coaching women. Samantha dives deep into her story of being harassed on the pool deck as a young girl, which eventually led to an eating disorder through her swimming career. She share ...…
 
Yoga teach Claire Deacon kicks off her new show explaining why yoga is for anyone by describing a simple pose - Sun Salutation. Claire will address flexibility, the art of stretching properly, as well as what's needed for performance. Claire is the founder and owner of Olas Ocean Tribe, which makes leggings from recycled plastic and there is a ...…
 
What should athletes do if they do not get hungry after a long session? Maricarmen addresses why this happens on this episode and some of the practices that you should avoid at all costs if your goal is to achieve lasting health. Also recognizing the signs that might indicate you are not losing weight in a healthy way and some tips that you can ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Kristin Ray talks to Jerica Williams, Chief Marketing Officer at Q4 Sports, and Owner/Founder of AllJace Consulting. Jerica reflects on her experience as a student athlete, career consultant and marketing expert to shed some light on career mistakes that women in our industry fall into. The conversation also hits on soci ...…
 
Christen Shefchunas and Kara Lynn Joyce chat to multi-medalist Amanda Weir about her career, her routine for the big meets, how discovering she needed surgery for fractured vertebrae has motivated her to having the surgery she needed to continue swimming at elite level. In the 2004 Athens Olympics, Amanda swam third on the silver medal winning ...…
 
Mick Swagger of Team Indigenous and coach catches up with two retired players that she used to play with; former Wheels of Justice and Team USA player and owner and coach of Left Turn Coaching Mercy Shammah, and former London Roller Girl All-Star and Team England player, Lorna Stration (aka Cammie), to discuss Life After Roller Derby. The sport ...…
 
Siri & Bek have tons of advice and experiences to share for the next stage of the race following on from the last episode, which covered the start of the race and the swim. They cover everything from walking the transition. knowing the course, carrying extra nutrition and thinking about what you crave in training from salt to sugar, applying vi ...…
 
Dr. Heather North offers the Top 6 Exercises for any athlete to stay healthy from top to bottom that bridge the gap between all sports. Keeping these short allows for life commitments like jobs and family and our sports, while important, mean we don't have a lot of extra time. Heather asked some of her patients what they felt would be most help ...…
 
Izzy Taylor is currently number 2 in the British Eventing rankings with 20 horses in training and 12 of them at international level. She is constantly on the road to compete around Europe while juggling being the mother of two - Lucy and Fred. Her spring four star goal of Badminton did not go according plan with early retirement for Perfect Str ...…
 
On this episode of The FAB Podcast Kristin Ray continues the mental health series with the second installment. Dr. Kimberly Elsbach, PhD talks about the effects of crying and showing emotion for women in the workplace. We learn about her study regarding the impact of crying and how co-workers view women when they cry at work. Dr. Peggy Keiper o ...…
 
Kara Lynn Joyce and Christen Shefchunas are joined by Stephanie Williams-Moreno who swam for the University of Georgia from 1999-2002. She is a 28 time NCAA All American (out of a possible 28), an NCAA Champion and a contributor to 3 NCAA team titles during her 4 years as a Georgia athlete. After retiring she transitioned into coaching, first a ...…
 
Claire Deacon is the founder of the Olas leggings and the company that produces them. Claire is a graphic designer whose philosophy is about using fabrics that help the environment. She spent 10 years in the industry designing shoes, bags and surf clothing, which gave her the knowledge and skills to develop her own brand at Olas Ocean Tribe whi ...…
 
Ash Nelson is back with a new season of The Circle and begins by tackling the margin of female coaches at elite level which ranges from 10-15%. To help understand the discrepancy Ash is joined by Steph Andrews who is a product of the Australian playing and coaching system and for three years was head coach of Hockey Australia’s National Trainin ...…
 
What can you do when you start a new eating plan to ensure you are set up for success? On this episode Maricarmen Farias explains some ways to prepare yourself when it comes to diet plans. Starting a new lifestyle is always exciting, but what happens when we don't follow through? What happens when we keep failing over and over? Our motivation d ...…
 
On this 'by request' episode, Kristin Ray chats with two of FAB's most successful students —and recent professional—members, Jazmyn Paterson and Remi Monaghan. They shed some light on their detailed and intentional processes that have helped them secure high-level sports internships and student jobs, and, in Jazmin's case, eventually even her f ...…
 
Christen Shefchunas and Kara Lynn Joyce are joined by Katie Meili, Columbia graduate, 2016 Olympic Gold and Bronze Medalist, 2017 World Championships Silver Medalist and now in law school at Georgetown continuing to train for 2020. Katie talks about her decision to go pro after graduating from Columbia, even though she probably wasn’t “good eno ...…
 
Former Canadian Hooker Kim Donaldson is joined again by Saracens & England Lock Poppy Cleall to chat about the latest news from around the world of women’s international rugby including Poppy’s games with the Saracens, playing in the premiership, coaching changes for England and Canada, Sevens Tournament in Langford, BC and other Sevens interna ...…
 
Lisa Ingarfield is joined by Karen Lofstrom who for 30 years has advocated for women and girls in sport in Canada and internationally. We will hear about the trends Karen has seen changes and improvements but also where she thinks we still need to go for more than 30 years. Karen Lofstrom has been an active participant volunteer, leader, mentor ...…
 
On this month’s episode of Fair Play Zoe George and guests talk about linguistics behind sports from fraternity to batsmen. We have an update from the Basin Reserve including what’s happening with those toilets. We chat to Sophie Devine who is off to India and Ireland. The main story covers disability, gender and rugby. This month’s co-host is ...…
 
Knee injuries can be scary, painful, debilitating and stop you in your tracks, worrying that sport and exercises can be permanently threatened. Dr. Heather North unpacks the causes, symptoms and treatments for knee pain to offer relief and reassurance to sufferers. The first thing many patients consider is having an MRI. The old wives tale says ...…
 
This week FAB begins a three part series on networking like a pro with Janice Porter sharing her expertise with host Kristin Ray on how to research and prepare prior to attending a networking event in order to get the most out of the experience. Datorria Robinson focuses on another notable woman in the industry in the Strong Woman in Sports seg ...…
 
This week Christen Shefchuna and Kara Lynn Joyce chat with Cheryl Preheim, news anchor for the NBC affiliate WXIA-TV in Atlanta. Cheryl came from 9 News Denver where she worked for 18 years. While in Denver, she worked closely with Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin. Cheryl has been to the last four Olympics and we talk to her about the impact that ...…
 
On this week’s episode FAB explores social media and how women in sports business can use it to promote themselves and advance their careers. Kristin Ray talks to Caroline Drake, founder of Blossom Social Media based in the UK, to talk about LinkedIn and Twitter and how we can best utilize these platforms to stay relevant in our industry. Carol ...…
 
Ski races may be unpredictable, but there’s comfort in the predictability of the annual cycle. The season ends. Athletes retire. National governing bodies name their armies for the coming season. Summer camps begin and injured athletes make their returns to competition. We’re still in the retirement and team naming phase, and on this week’s epi ...…
 
Kara Lynn Joyce & Coach Christen’s guest this week is three-time Olympic 400m medley swimmer Elizabeth Beisel. Their conversation is at once entertaining, educational and informative as Elizabeth offers words of wisdom from her illustrious career during which she collecting medals in all colors from World Championships to Olympic Games. Elizabe ...…
 
On this week's episode "Mick Swagger" from Team Indigenous talks to retired player Naty Guerrero-Diaz about creating systemic change through league policies in the face of increased oppression in the sport. This conversation is intended to begin the dialogue in how the roller derby community addresses and combats oppression. For show notes and ...…
 
Maricarmen unpacks the myths and mysteries of weight loss; some of the things we should be aware of, the short term vs long term benefits. When does dieting become counter-productive, are you getting enough protein, carbs, nutrients, how much should you eat and does half a slice of pizza count towards dieting? Quality over quantity of the right ...…
 
Siri Lindley & Rebekah Keat have another jam packed episode for triathletes, this time with advice for how to get the most out of your swim in the race and ensure that you train for every eventuality. How you start the swim is critical and why you need to be aggressive, mastering bilateral breathing, how to get in and out of your wetsuit effici ...…
 
"Mick Swagger" has another exclusive interview with a leading player and this week she talks to Vivien Leigh-Thal about the World Flat Track Roller Derby Association (WFTDA) and the challenges teams face getting into Division 1. Mick has coached the Rainy City All Stars as they made their way ranked WFTDA Ranking of 123 all the way up to the to ...…
 
Kristin Ray tackles the hot topic of salary negotiation in your first job alongside Kathy Grayson, Career Consultant for PGA of America. They discuss the reasons why women in sports often find it difficult to negotiate their first salaries, and how exactly to begin the negotiation process. In this week's Career Spotlight. Datorria Robinson shin ...…
 
Welcome to a brand new show that is all about empowering girls and women in swimming and beyond. Kara Lynn Joyce is a three-time Olympian and Founder of the LEAD Girls Summit, Kara Lynn Joyce as well as Coach Christen Shefchunas, former NCAA head coach and now professional Confidence Coach to many of the best female athletes in the world. On th ...…
 
Jamie Chadwick is a 19 year old female racing driver working towards her ambition of competing in F1. Jamie currently races in British F3, three levels below F1, for Douglas Motorsport. As well as British F3 Jamie will be driving for Aston Martin in the prestigious Nurburgring 24hr race in May as well as a number of U.S F2000 races. Jamie’s big ...…
 
On this week's episode Maricarmen discusses an important topic that most people take for granted when it comes to healthy living. That is self compassion. She helps us understand what self compassion means, that it's important to focus on progress rather than perfection. She also shares ways to help maximize lasting health, in particular withou ...…
 
This month Lisa is joined by Dr. Nicola Brown from St Mary’s University in the UK to discuss her research into breast health and development on girls and women’s participation in sport. Nikki is a Senior Lecturer in Health & Exercise Science at St Mary’s in Twickenham. She collaborates with the research group in breast health at the University ...…
 
When The Inside Line launched last September, Jackie Wiles, an American Downhiller, agreed to be the very first guest. The show has come a long way since then, but Wiles’ life has been even more of a rollercoaster. Just a week after landing her second career World Cup podium result and qualifying for her second Olympic team, she found herself i ...…
 
Females in Athletic Business, Inc. Founder, Kristin Ray takes over the helm of the now weekly [FAB] Podcast. Her conversation this week is with Jodi Murphy of Rise Science, an organization that supports healthy sleep habits for high level athletes and athletic organizations. They talk about some of the mental health challenges that women in spo ...…
 
The president of New Zealand Cricket, Debbie Hockley has been threatened with physical violence and referred to in sexist terms in a petition set up to get her dumped from the Sky cricket commentary team. Zoe George discusses what women in sport media have to cope with on a daily basis, and we find out what is being done about the petition; we ...…
 
American Sally Barkow stands in for Abby Ehler for this episode live from Itajai in Brazil and just before the in-port race took place to talk to Australian Stacey Jackson from Vestas 11th Hour Racing and New Zealand's Bianca Cook on Turn the Tide on Plastic. They share their experiences so far and what it was really like in the Southern Ocean ...…
 
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