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Best Patrick Whiteside podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Patrick Whiteside podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Free Weekly Timed explores everything parkrun and is presented by Vassos Alexander and Helen Williams. The pair share experiences, chat to guests and interact with fellow parkrun runners as they debate the big talking points of the week. To get in touch, email us at hello@freeweeklytimed.com or tweet us @freeweeklytimed. You can also get in touch via our website Freeweeklytimed.com
 
Carl Froch was a warrior in the ring. It won him four world titles and made him one of the most popular British boxers in recent history. In this podcast he brings his unique insight into the mind of a fighter - the violence, the pain and the glory - to the current issues in the boxing world. With commentator and presenter Darren Fletcher.
 
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We check in with the parkrun families in Italy, South Africa and Ireland. We speak to Tom Fairbrother from HQ, who tells us how the parkrun communications workload has increased since lockdown and the art of a good tweet! He also explains why he ran a marathon on a treadmill dressed as a tiger. Finally, we hear from the boss of The Running Charity …
 
parkrun CEO Nick Pearson is our special guest this week. He tells us what is going on at HQ at the moment, how they are preparing for the resumption of parkrun and all about his new doberman, Apollo. We also check in Down Under as Australia celebrates its 9th birthday and we find out what callisthenics is and how it can help during lockdown. Finall…
 
From final bell to returning home, Carl explains what a boxer has to go through both practically and emotionally in the aftermath of a big fight. He talks about having to juggle doctors, drug testers and media with wanting to spend time with friends and family. And what chance of seeing the fight that never was? Carl has a message for Joe Calzaghe!…
 
Flicking through his old diaries again, Carl recounts his pre-fight routine from weigh-in to first bell. Referencing many of his world title fights, he talks about the psychological importance of the weigh-in, how he stayed focussed in those hours before the fight, what he did to deal with the nerves and why nailing the ring walk right was so impor…
 
With the launch of parkrun in the Netherlands, we speak to James Kemp, who is parkrun’s Global Operations Manager and also Pascal den Hartog who is the Run Director at the new parkrun in Rotterdam. We also catch up with Imran Khan who tells us about being a visually impaired parkrunner. He tells us about how he got into parkrun and what it is like …
 
We speak to Nick Overy, who will be the first person to run a parkrun on 366 different days of the year. He tells us how he was completely unaware of his achievement until he was contacted by parkrun HQ. To celebrate International Women’s Day, Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon tells us the story of the hurdles she overcam…
 
Sharada Sakremath, who came to prominence running Telford parkrun in a saree, is our special guest this week. She tells Helen why she decided on the traditional Indian attire, how she discovered parkrun and what her next goal is. Vassos chats to Deborah James from the You, Me and the Big C podcast about how she defied the odds to beat cancer and ho…
 
Vassos chats to Amy Van Wyk, who tells us how parkrun became a haven amid constantly challenging medical problems. With parkrun recently relaunching their YouTube channel, Helen speaks to Tom Fairbrother from HQ as he maps out their vision for their new social media offering. Louise is back with her latest tourist travels and Vassos has a moral dil…
 
We chat to ED Kelly Bunn from Braidwood Showground parkrun in Australia as the devastating bushfires begin to appease. She tells us how the parkrun community there has rallied in the face of adversity and how many of the events are now returning. We also hear from the inspirational Marlena Topple who tells us why she signed up for parkrun and then …
 
We speak to parkrun female world record holder Charlotte Arter after she took one second of her own best time at the weekend. We also talk to mental health nurse Jane Ryan about her job, her parkrun journey and why it took her so long to get to the start line. And we hear about the Blue Light Takeover at Cannon Hill - a collaboration between West M…
 
Helen chats to parkrunner Liz Fell about how parkrun became a sanctuary for her family after her son, Isaac, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. She explains how it was first diagnosed and why he insisted on going to parkrun during his treatment. Dr Costas Karageorghis joins us to talk about the benefits of running to music and how it…
 
Helen Hood, Head of Event Delivery at parkrun tells our Helen all about what her job entails and what has been the strangest thing she’s come across on an event incident report. Vassos chats to author and keen runner Lisa Jackson about how she finishes last in many of the events she takes part in and why she’s absolutely fine with that. We also ref…
 
Helen speaks to a Run Director who’s recruiting volunteers from her local care home. Seren Senior tells us how the partnership evolved and how beneficial it is to the community. Plus, Roger Robinson, author and former GB athlete tells Vassos about his acclaimed book “When Running Made History” and why parkrun is the new wave of running.…
 
This week Helen speaks to the man tasked with setting up parkrun in The Netherlands - Deri Thomas. He tells us how the interest has grown to get one started and when we can expect it to be up and running. Vassos has a chat with Ben Smith whose latest project, the USA 2020 Challenge plans to raise £1 million for charity by running a marathon in each…
 
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