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Best Chris Chavez podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Chris Chavez podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A weekly podcast from CITIUSMAG.com hosted by Chris Chavez. Interviewing the stars of track and field every week. Whether it's athletes, coaches, agents, writers or other interesting figures from running culture, we sit down for a laid back chat on the latest happenings in the sport. Be sure to check out CITIUSMAG.com for all your latest running commentary. Support the show. Leave a five-star review on iTunes. ▶ Follow us: twitter.com/CitiusMag instagram.com/citiusmag facebook.com/citiusmag
 
Bringing you untold stories behind luminaries and legends of the New York City’s running culture. A new show from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network. Hosted by Leigh Anne Sharek and Chris Chavez. Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/runnersofnyc Subscribe to our newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/6cd793688a6d/runnersofnyc
 
Kevin Chavez, Dr. Carol Aicher, and Ryan Michael Hartman combine their diverse backgrounds within music to interview professionals who work in the performing arts. GRC looks to explore the successful performer's individual path in the arts to discover themes that will help listeners with their own artistic path. Interviews include Grammy winning artists, Broadway and Classical performers, as well as composers, producers, teachers, and many more from the music community.
 
Join host Laura Jane as she interviews the doers and the shakers that make San Diego's live entertainment scene one of the most bustling and unique in the country. Every week you'll be entertained by great local artists – some new, some seasoned veterans – as they share their story and insights into what makes San Diego the Finest City in the world!
 
Hello and welcome to the Linux Spotlight. This show is dedicated to showing off the best thing about Linux, the community... which is made up of Developers, Distro maintainers, Linux Personality’s and Everyday users. Each one plays a vital role in our community and the goal is to have a discussion with each individual about their journey into Linux and beyond. Find out more at https://linuxspotlight.com Join me now as we turn the spotlight on!
 
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Johnny Gregorek joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast ahead of his world record attempt in the Blue Jean Mile on May 30. He is a professional runner for Asics and a member of the New Jersey-New York Track Club. Johnny is also the second-fastest American indoor miler in history. His 3:49.98 is just behind Bernard Lagat's 3:49.89. His other personal bests inc…
 
In today’s episode of Linux Spotlight, I get to sit down with fellow podcaster, writer and open source advocate Leo Chavez. He is such a positive voice for the community that we need more people like him and I think you will find that Leo gives back to the overall community because of what he has received from it. Enjoy! Twitter Website Mintcast Mi…
 
"The race day is the reward. It's what you put in all those hours for and those segments and sessions. It's why you get out the door in the morning when you want to hit snooze on the alarm. As nerve-wracking as that is, you have to recognize why you're nervous and it's because you care. You put in all this time and energy. The training log, if it l…
 
In this episode of Linux Spotlight, I get to sit down with Venn Stone of LinuxGameCast. I think you’ll find some of his answers fascinating because they were not what I expected at all. It was a great conversation and I enjoyed sitting down with a guy who is not only an audio genius but somebody who is straight to the point with no drama and an all…
 
"I saw that there was this lack of representation within this space. Even though I'm going it at a recreational level, I started to see the reactions and responses to people who were finding out that this is something I was actually doing. It is very normal for folks to just think, 'Oh you're in the sprinter category or you're you're more for short…
 
On this episode of That’s Odd, Chris and Johnny discuss strange urban legends behind a number of well known video games before getting into the craziest fan theories behind some of their favorite cartoons from their youth.BICBP-RADIO.comInstagramJohnny Townsend johnnyism28Chris Chavez ccchavez13TwitterJohnny Townsend @johnnyismChris Chavez @cchavez…
 
Coach Chris Bennett joins the podcast. His voice might be familiar to you if you've ever used the Nike Run Club training app. He is the Swoosh's global head coach. He's been a longtime supporter of CITIUS MAG and I've always wanted to get him on the show. Now seems to be the perfect time because it feels like we're on the cusp of a potential runnin…
 
"My grandfather told us from the jump, ‘Don’t ever let color separate you from anything. Don’t the color of green get you into any kind of trouble with another color but always accept another color besides your color and because we can all be a family together. Don’t worry about whoever it is that hates your color. You were born this color for a re…
 
“I honestly never expected entering CU to leave the way I did. I know that Colorado gave me everything I needed to succeed. Mark and Heather gave me every opportunity and every chance in the world to be great. Because of that, I’ll always root for them and I’ll always root for the Buffs. I’m really just grateful for the experience I had and I know …
 
"It's been pretty overwhelming and stressful at work. I am in the gastroenterology and hematology unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Every floor in the building specializes in a specific type of cancer. For now, I'm not working directly with COVID patients but we have about four to six floors exclusively for COVID patients. My floor is taking in can…
 
This week, the guys are back together and discuss what quarantine life has been like. They also talk about the Pentagon’s admission that UFOs actually do exist before getting into their main topic - the true story behind the connections between Dan Aykroyd’s family and the world of Spiritualism, and how it influenced one of Aykroyd’s biggest films,…
 
Chris Chavez and Matthew Luke Meyer catch up from New Jersey and Montana to unpack the biggest storylines in the sport for Aprl 2020. With races and events cancelled through most of the summer, the sport has gotten creative with virtual races, time trials, backyard ultra marathons and pole vault competitions. This is how we're staying active and en…
 
"Those races are weird now that I look back at them. Pretty much I feel like I entered the most intense flow state where my memories of them – I'm not going to say that they weren't painful but I was just so accepting that they were going to be painful. I was willing to do whatever it took. I knew I was good enough to compete. I wasn't going to let…
 
In this episode of Linux Spotlight, I get to sit down with Alex Kretzschmar who co-hosts “Self Hosted” on Jupiter Broadcasting. We dive into his Musical background and his Drum solo videos along with his history into Linux and how he got to where he is today working for RedHat. The background noise you hear is his 3D printers working hard on making…
 
Welcome back to Hardly Kayfabe. Join Chris Chavez, Johnny Townsend and Matt Johnson each week as they discuss everything pro wrestling: the matches, the story lines and the superstars that make the headlines and keep fans coming back for more.This week, the guys discuss Vince McMahon’s claim that WWE’s low ratings are not due to no crowds, but rath…
 
In today's episode of Linux Spotlight, I sit down with Shane Kitt who is involved in the Dublin Linux User Group but is also one of the hosts for the fantastic Linux Lads Podcast. We talk about his journey into Linux, his love for opensource and of course all the details on Linux Lads. Enjoy! Linux Lads Podcast Tactical Officer for the Dublin Linux…
 
This week, Chris flies solo and interviews another member of the Network to explore their creepier side. On this edition, Matt Johnson - co-host of the 2-Pt Conversation, the Panel Discussion, Retro Pop, Hardly Kayfabe and Section 6 Wrestling - hangs out in the Creeper Clubhouse to share his experiences with ghosts, UFOs, cryptids and all other asp…
 
"Around Labor Day of 2019, I had to go into the hospital for open-heart surgery. That was quite unexpected. Totally unexpected. Didn't realize that. I had no signs of anything going wrong with my body. I was actually training to do the Ragnar Napa with a bunch of friends. We were going to go out there and revisit our old ultra team. A bunch of old …
 
In this episode of Linux Spotlight, I get to sit down with Drew DeVore who is an audio editing engineer for Jupiter Broadcasting. Drew also co-hosts on Linux News Headlines and in his spare time rescues rabbits! Drew is an amazing all around guy. Enjoy! Twitter Brunch with Brent episode Linux Academy Linux Unplugged Linux News Headlines…
 
"For me, my passion is still within running. It’s now all on, and I mean this wholeheartedly, getting the kids that I work with to experience excitement levels like that night, going under 13, winning the NCAA title or competing for a U.S. title or Olympic team. Those are the types of things that really motivate me now. It’s seeing that excitement …
 
Welcome back to How Bizarre! On each episode Chris and Erin Chavez explore some of the more baffling cases of people who have gone missing or disappeared.On this episode , Chris and Erin have decided to shift the focus of the show by delving into the world of people who go missing or who seem to have disappeared off the face of the Earth. This week…
 
Welcome back to Hardly Kayfabe. Join Chris Chavez, Johnny Townsend and Matt Johnson each week as they discuss everything pro wrestling: the matches, the story lines and the superstars that make the headlines and keep fans coming back for more.This week, the guys discuss the future or professional wrestling, as well as sports in general, before gett…
 
"There’s something inherently interesting about people going out to seek out what their limits are. The format is interesting too because you don’t really know if the race is going to end in one day, two days or six days. It ends when the last person either can’t go forward or isn’t allowed to go forward. That’s something I hope people would find i…
 
Sat down with Keith and Kevin Hanson while in Atlanta to discuss the history of the Hansons-Brooks Original Distance Project as it celebrates 20 years of advancing U.S. distance running. We start by going back to the brothers’ roots in Michigan and the state of the sport in America before helping improve it. The Hansons made an emphasis on group tr…
 
It's taken me too long to release this episode but about a month ago, I hosted a live panel at the Atlanta Track Club's marathon weekend experience that lined up with the 2020 U.S. Olympic marathon Trials. I sat down and talked with Matt McDonald, Alyssa Bloomquist, Ann Mazur and Duriel Hardy about how they manage to balance their full workload and…
 
In this episode of Linux Spotlight, it is my pleasure to sit down and talk with Mark Shuttleworth about his journey into Linux. We talk about his thoughts on Ubuntu and Canonical and his excitement for the future. I hope you enjoy this because I sure did! Website Wikipedia Bio Canonical Canonical Wikipedia Future within our reach first South Africa…
 
Caught up with past guest David Kilgore to recap and explain why he ran 100 miles in less than 18 hours on Friday. He raised more than $10,000 for gift cards from local running retailers in New York City, which would then be donated to NYC Health + Hospitals to provide medical workers with supportive footwear while they work long days to combat the…
 
Chris Chavez and Matt Meyer get together over Skype to recap the biggest news of March. As races are canceled or postponed, the Olympics were the last major domino to fall. On March 24, the decision was officially made by the International Olympic Committee and Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe to move the Summer Games to 2021 due to the coronavir…
 
Peter Walsh is one of the owners of Coogan's Bar and Grill on 169th and Broadway in Washington Heights. If you've ever run a race at the Armory, attended Millrose Games or bore witness to the 5th Avenue Mile afterparty there, you know that Coogan's is a runner's bar - and there's few of those that exist. However, Coogan's is among the many business…
 
In this episode of Linux Spotlight, I get the pleasure of sitting down with Eric Londo for a great conversation about his history into Linux and also about his Linux++ articles that are a must read for any Linux enthusiast. Enjoy Twitter Linux++ Medium Linux++ Medium Linux++ Telegram Github My Journey to Linux: Discovery (Part 1) My Journey to Linu…
 
On this episode of That’s Odd, Chris and Johnny discuss the escalating coronavirus pandemic. They also talk about a man who witnessed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the unfortunate path his life took before looking at the story of a missing link frozen in ice.BICBP-RADIO.comInstagramJohnny Townsend johnnyism28Chris Chavez ccchavez13Twitte…
 
Chris Chavez and Leigh Anne Sharek reconnect over Skype to discuss the uncertainty and odd feeling of running in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 15,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in New York State and people have been encouraged to stay indoors. However, you are permitted and some experts encourage still getting o…
 
Chris Chavez and Ryan Welsh sit down (maybe six-feet apart) to discuss the impact coronavirus has taken on the world, sports and running. Topics discussed include: Running in uncertain times, listening and heeding the advice of experts, Boston and London Marathon postponed, should the Olympics and trials get cancelled or postponed and more. ▶ Follo…
 
In today's episode of Linux Spotlight, I get to talk to my friend Dolphin Oracle who is a perfect example of a guy who started out just wanting to give back to a distro that helped him out. He started working his way through the community and development and coding to become the Lead for one of the most popular Linux distros out there. Enjoy! You c…
 
The sports world has stopped but the world could use the positivity of Aliphine Tuliamuk. At the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Tuliamuk made her first U.S. Olympic team by winning in 2:27:23. On this show, we'll discuss how the race was the culmination of her American dream and why she is very appreciative of the opportunity to represent the U…
 
In this weeks episode of Linux Spotlight I get the pleasure of sitting down with Podcaster and Author Larry Bushey of the Going Linux podcast. Larry has been podcasting for fifteen years and is also responsible for writing some of the help documentation in Ubuntu Mate. Enjoy! Twitter Going Linux LinkedIn Larry Bushey YouTube Amazon Listing Using Ub…
 
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