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Greetings Holiday bunnies! Better late than never!... Everyday is a holiday with you! And my saying.. Everyday is a celebration. Love you all so much. I missed recording and making mixes. Sorry this one was thrown together so quickly but I wanted to get it out there into the interwebs, pronto! :) It is a mix of synthwave, metal electronica and elec…
 
On this season finale, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Akilah Carter Francique, Executive Director for The Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change (ISSSSC) at San Jose State, which continues the legacy and dialogue about athlete activism and the influence of sport in effecting positive social change. Akilah was part of a scholarly…
 
Chris and Nancy roundup the top stories from around the world of women’s sport and this week we revisit an interview with Kacey Lee Bellamy an American ice hockey defender, Olympic gold and two-time silver medalist, and seven-time IIHF World Women's Championship winner. She currently plays for the Boston Pride in the National Women's Hockey League …
 
This week we are joined by pro athlete and women’s fitness expert Lisa MacDonald. Lisa’s interest in women’s health and fitness started during her own athletic upbringing in equestrian sport. She moved into the fitness industry through the painful all-in-one exercise of kettlebells. Her story of how her body image has adapted and changed through he…
 
On this week’s episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin A; it’s essential that’s for sure, but should athletes really be supplementing with a bunch of antioxidants? We’ve been hounded to support our immune systems and athletes are known to take sports supplements, wh…
 
Three-time Olympic bobsledder Kaillie Humphries is the only woman to win back to back Olympic gold medals as well as being a three-time World Champion. Having just completed the US National Trials, she is in the process of making the cut to compete in next year’s World Championships and the 2022 Olympics in Beijing. If you follow the sport you will…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to a previous guest, Dr. Joyce Olushola Ogunrinde, an Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance and scholar activist at the University of Houston. Recently Dr. Joyce was a panelist for the Tucker Center DLS on the voices of resistance of Black women in activism, and in sport in particular. We hear her …
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is alongside Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. Joining us this week is U.S. Grand Prix Dressage rider, Pan American Gold and Silver Medalist and London Olympic Alternate Heather Blitz who has taken to a different saddle to get her adrena…
 
We welcome Molly Dickens from &Mother as our guest this week. Molly is a PhD stress physiologist, maternal health advocate, co-founder of &Mother, a non-profit organization dedicated to breaking down some of the barriers that keep women from ‘having it all’. Molly co-founded this organization with Alysia Montano, who you might know as one of the le…
 
The 1978 CWSA Honda Cup Winner, Ann Meyers, and her ten brothers and sisters received parental support and encouragement in their sport growing up, and equally so, which was not always the case in the 60’s. Since no female sports were available on TV, Ann’s dreams were carved from reading a book on Babe Didrikson Zaharias, an American athlete who e…
 
On this week’s episode Ella and Georgina talk to Australian soccer player Emily Gielnik, who has just finished a season playing for Vittsjo in the Swedish Women’s League. Emily played in the W-League since 2009 when she made her debut for Brisbane Roar, a club she will be returning to for the 2020/21 Australian W-League season. Emily has been a mem…
 
This week Marci Kornegay is in the host chair to spend some time with one of the most influential and hardest working women in the wrestling community, Julia Salata. Not yet ready to retire from senior level competition, Julia is the King University Assistant Wrestling Coach and works with Wrestle Like A Girl as the Collegiate Initiatives Program M…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. Earlier this week, Chris spoke to US Bobsled's three-time Olympian - the only woman to win back to back gold medals and a three-time World Champion, Kaillie Humphries who had just completed …
 
Olympic gold medalist Laura Wilkinson, ‘The Comeback Queen’, join Pam and Sarah this week to share her inspirational story. Laura competed for the USA at the Sydney, Athens and Beijing Olympic Games, retiring at age 30 to start a family. When the world had watched the best of pro diving, Laura announced her comeback, making a bid for the 2020 (now …
 
On this week’s episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, may not be an essential vitamin directly related to sports, but it is necessary for many processes in the body. If you have migraines, chronic headaches, or if you are curious to le…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to three advocates, scholars, collaborators, colleagues and #disruptHERS — Dr. Nancy Lough, Dr. Ann Pegoraro and Dr. Katie Lebel — about recent disruptions in sport, as they relate to women and politics. The women talk about how the recent U.S. elections intersect with women in leadership, how the Women’s Nation…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Carly Harper, host of The Lovely Biertrix podcast and Roller Derby announcer. Carly explains how the Covid pandemic has brought the sport to a standstill and how it’s su…
 
This week’s guest is one that Pam and Sarah have been looking forward to for a while. Jessica Phoenix is a top-ranked Canadian Eventer and member of the Canadian Eventing team, representing Canada at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games as well as three World Equestrian Games and four Pan American Games. Jess grew up riding horses, started ju…
 
Missy Marlowe became a Junior National Team member in gymnastics at the age of 15 going on to become an Olympian and NCAA National Champion. As the first ever gymnast to win the Honda Cup Missy takes us through her journey of training and competing in her youth, to owning her gym and becoming a personal trainer. She shares the benefits she had in o…
 
This week’s guest is Tiffany Melius, a competitive Australian rock climber currently based in North Vancouver, Canada. Having climbed for more than 20 years, Tiffany has clocked up over 10,000 hours climbing and competed in no less than 100 competitions. In 2016, she became the Australian Women’s Bouldering Champion and in 2017 claimed the title of…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Maggie Johnston our new Production Assistant who has some exciting plans for our social media...and she’s already a star on TikTok! Top stories this week: Rapinoe Commen…
 
This week’s episode is coming to you on the eve of Veteran’s Day 2020 and we are very honored to share the inspiring story of veteran-patriot-athlete-author-mother Melissa Stockwell. Melissa grew up with big dreams, she knew she wanted to serve her country from an early age and in 2002 she was commissioned into the United States Army as an officer …
 
On this week's episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Iron. Unfortunately, many athletes discover how essential iron is the difficult way. Iron deficiency and the subsequent iron deficiency anemia can create a lot of havoc for an athlete. Women are far more susceptible bec…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Gyasmine George-Williams “Dr. G” who is an activist, socio-cultural higher education practitioner, and Assistant Professor at the University of La Verne. She earned her bachelor's in Psychology from California State University, Los Angeles, a Masters in College Counseling and Student Development…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. Despite the interruptions to sport this year we will have some year end awards from World Athletic. There’s a disappointing result for England Netball and as always women’s soccer is never s…
 
This week’s guest is a new mother, an American record holder and powerlifting national champion—Becci Holcomb is a force to be reckoned with. Shooting to the top of the field in just four years in the sport, Becci took to powerlifting very naturally. She was raised on a farm and has always been naturally strong and powerful. Her father was an Olymp…
 
This week’s guest is 2019 CWSA Honda Cup winner Rachel Garcia who fell in love with softball in 6th grade. As the Most Valued Player (MVP) of the World Series with records for pitching and hitting, Rachel believes that pitching and hitting feed off each other and since she understands both sides of the plate she was wiling to put in the time and ef…
 
Danielle Warby is a loud advocate for women in sport who has been working to promote women’s sport since 2006. Dan has been editor, social strategist and content creator for numerous websites for women’s sport, including The Womens’ Game, Sport For Women Australia, Women Onside, Zela (SBS’s short-lived website devoted to women in sport), and most r…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Lee Anna Osei, Founder of the Black Canadian Coaches Association. Lee explains what prompted her to establish the organization and helps us understand the needs of these…
 
On this week’s episode the hosts of WiSP Sports Mum’s the Word meet the host of Sound Bites, Dr Kirsten Lauritzen. The result is an insightful discussion about nutrition and functional medicine as it applies to pregnancy. Kirstin practices in Oregon and helps us start to understand a little more about the role food can play in removing toxins from …
 
On this new episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 is essential for a healthy nervous system, immune system and it’s also extremely important when it comes to utilizing proteins, carbohydrates and fats. That’s pretty important. In this episode we tal…
 
In a year of bad news and forgettable headlines, this is one of those that needs to be celebrated. On October 13th at 07:45, local time, GMT, two female sailors set out to set the first ever ratified World Speed Sailing Council (WSSC) record circumnavigation of Ireland. Just after 3am local time Saturday October 17th, the duo of Pamela Lee and Cath…
 
In this episode, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Jennifer (Bruening) McGarry who is a professor of sport management and department head in Educational Leadership in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut and Executive Director of Husky Sport. They discuss Jennifer's career pathway, which includes stints as a coach and athletics…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is a WiSP Sports Ambassador, US Team Judoka Angelica Delgado who will shortly be returning to competition following the Covid hiatus. Angie is the #1 ranked under 52 kilogr…
 
Pam is on vacation this week so WiSP Sports President & Exec. Prod. Chris Stafford joined Sarah to host this awesome episode as we head back into the world of the Winter Olympics to discuss the game of “chess on ice,” known more commonly as Curling. It’s a game with a lot of family appeal in places around the world that have a lot of ice and snow, …
 
Greetings Strangers and Love Bunnies! Welcome back to the 1 Indie Nation podcast and if you are new here get comfy and ready to listen to some good tunes! Here is a Neo Soul mix inspired by living in Los Angeles area my whole life! Yes, I am a socal Native. I haven't left the state - yet! I love it here. I think ;) I don't know any better. Anyways.…
 
Missy Franklin credits her parents for their great parenting skills as she was introduced to all sports and activities while being most at home in the water and hopes others choose a sport because they have passion for it. MIssy reflects on the different stages of competition from youth competition where her focus was just on improving to qualifyin…
 
Greetings Fall bunnies! Thank you for subscribing and listening. Hope you are doing great! Hugs! Today I have a soft pop and rock playlist I made for you. These songs I grew up listening to part 1. So they are mainstream. ;) Easy listening type songs. Very mellow. I announce the songs I played at the end of the podcast mix. If you would like to ven…
 
On this week's episode we welcome Melissa King to the show. In August, Melissa was appointed the CEO of the Local Organizing Committee for the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup, which will be held in Sydney in 2022. Before taking up this role, she was the first female CEO of Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA). Prior to that Melissa worked on the cor…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is British Recurve Archeress, teenager Ruby Paul, who is aiming for gold as she sets her sights on the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. A Sports Rehab and Conditioning student at …
 
Sonya Looney is a world champion mountain biker, podcast host, blogger and a mom. This week’s episode is an inspiring look into the depth of knowledge and information that is out there if you are willing to do the work That is exactly what Sonya did, and she shared some interesting facts and figures. Sonya discussed the importance of self care, pel…
 
On this episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, discusses the importance of magnesium for our next nutrient highlight. Magnesium is a mineral that is absolutely essential. However, magnesium deficiency is very common amongst Americans and it's also a common deficiency amongst athletes. In this episode you'll …
 
In this podcast, Nicole talks to a colleague Dr. Janelle Wells, faculty member at the University of South Florida at the Vinik Sport & Entertainment Management Program, within the School of Marketing and Innovation. They discuss her career pathway, areas of research on gender and leadership in sport, the difference between and importance of mentors…
 
On our weekly news show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Red Roses and Harlequins rugby legend Rachael Burford who has just launched the Girls Rugby Club; a global project aimed at providing a pathway for girls and women within rugby a…
 
This week on the show, Pam and Sarah are joined by offshore sailor Joan Mulloy, just three weeks after giving birth to her son Xavier. She is the first Irish woman to compete in La Solitaire and, prior to getting pregnant, she was planning on competing in the 2020 Vendée Globe, which starts on November 8, but 2020 turned out very differently for he…
 
Natasha Watley describes her growing up as an only child of parents unfamiliar with softball and how having a girl in the neighborhood who played softball had an impact on her. She reveals that winning the Honda Cup was a huge statement that she was being recognized as a black woman for her talent, where being visible is so important. Natasha expla…
 
This week’s guest is Chyloe Kurdas who is a passionate advocate for equality and women in sport, and was one of the forces behind the development of Australia’s national women’s professional AFL league, the AFLW. She worked as Victoria’s female football development manager and then as the director of the AFL’s National Female Academy. Before that, …
 
Greetings Fall Bunnies! Hop hop Hop into Fall! Hope you been good. I have been having my ups and downs. But feeling better after making a podcast. I missed you guys and girls so much! It's a creative outlet for me to do this for you all. And I am thankful for each and every one of my supporters and listeners. You rock! I have curated some deep hous…
 
Megan chats with Jennifer Charles, volunteer assistant coach for Tennessee women’s volleyball. Throughout her career, Jennifer has embraced growth, knowledge and always operates from a place of servant leadership. In this candid conversation she shares the impact, as a Black woman, of the past six months and how she is committed to action and chang…
 
On our weekly news show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is pro ice-hockey player and coach Zoe Hickel who has just taken up a new position as Assistant Coach at Ohio State Buckeyes Women’s Team in Columbus, Ohio. As a member of the U.S. …
 
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