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Chris Stafford wraps up the final day of competition from the FEI World Equestrian Games with the newly crowned show jumping World Champion Germany's Simone Blum. It was a thrilling competition to watch a woman on top of the podium again—the first time since 1986. Her mare DSP Alice did not have one rail down this week and was foot perfect as t ...…
 
On day 11 of the FEI World Equestrian Games, Chris Stafford talks to double gold medalist Britain’s Sophie Wells MBE who has now won five WEG medals in her career, which she underlined with her freestyle performance today riding the 11 year old Dutch warmblood gelding C Fatal Attraction. We hear how the partnership prepared for this games and w ...…
 
Team USA took the gold medal today in the show jumping competition at the FEI World Equestrian Games and it came down to a jump off between Sweden and the USA to decide the gold and silver. It was a spectacular competition and Chris spoke to Adrienne Sternlicht who was making her championship debut to get her reaction to winning her first gold ...…
 
On Day 9 of competition at the FEI World Equestrian Games, Chris talks to Misdee Wrigley Miller, the first woman to compete in the carriage driving at a world championships. This is Misdee’s second World Equestrian Games; she made her debut on the team in Normandy in 2014 where the team finished in 4th place. Misdee has been preparing for these ...…
 
The show jumping competition of the World Equestrian Games got underway in Tryon, NC and Chris Stafford talked to three team rookies who are making their championship debut and who were previous guests on The Horse Show. Canada's Erynn Ballard rode Darkos Promise into 33rd place of the 124 starters today in the speed competition which was one r ...…
 
On this, our final episode in our Networking Like A Pro series, Janice Porter, Master Networker, gives us the most important aspects of how to follow up after a sports industry networking event. She cites the 24-7-30 method which explains when and via which methods we should be following up with the people we made connections with, in order to ...…
 
On the show today from day 7 of the World Equestrian Games Chris talks to Team USA Grade IV para dressage rider Annie Peavy who riders Royal Dark Chocolate and her coach Heather Blitz about their ride. And as the show jumpers prepare for the first class of the individual competition tomorrow Chris spoke to Team USA rider Laura Kraut who rider t ...…
 
Great Britain dominated the eventing competition here at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, NC winning both team and individual gold medals. Canadian eventer Jessica Payne joins Chris Stafford to round up the competition and take a look at the standout performances of these games. It was an important qualifier for the Tokyo Olympic Games and ...…
 
On today’s episode of The Horse Show, Chris Stafford reports from the FEI World Equestrian Games after the cross country phase of eventing. It was a fabulous day’s competition which saw there women taking the medal placings. Chris spoke to Germany’s Ingrid Klimke who is currently in the gold medal position about her foot perfect round on SAP Ha ...…
 
On the show today Chris Stafford chats to former USA Team rider Heather Blitz who reviews the Grand Prix Special and you can hear how impressed she was with the quality of the leading riders. Women ruled today with all three podium places going to the girls in a nail biting finish with the top 3 riders. Chris also spoke to the bronze medalist B ...…
 
On day 2 of the World Equestrian Games, the team dressage medals were decided and it came down to the anchor rider for Team USA to not only squeeze Sweden off the podium and to the home crowd’s delight they went one better to clinch the silver medal behind Germany. Chris Stafford spoke to former Team USA rider Heather Blitz about the how the co ...…
 
It's the first day of competition at the FEI World Equestrian Games which got underway at 7am with the endurance. Alas, chaos reined as some riders were misdirected by the stewards and got lost so the FEI decided to restart the race at the first vet gate some 40 miles into the 100 mile race. The race then became a 120km (74 mile) long and some ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Kristin chats with Dani McSweeney, Inside Sales Representative for the Pittsburgh Penguins, as part of our Young Female Professional Series. Dani tells us about your previous sports-related experience and her journey into the industry thus far. She explains the different types of sales roles that are involved with runnin ...…
 
Chris Stafford begins coverage of the FEI World Equestrian Games from the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Tryon, NC with an introduction to the event, its history and what we can expect of the eight disciplines that are taking place over the next two weeks. This week we can expect dressage, eventing, reining and endurance. Chris is joi ...…
 
Siri & Bek talk us through preparing for the race of your life at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii which takes place on October 13, 2018. They recommend when to arrive ahead of the race and some places to train on the island to get acclimated to the conditions, especially the fickle trade winds. They offer tips and tricks for the ...…
 
On this episode, Dr. Heather North explains how shoe fitting and foot movement has that there is no scientific evidence to favor orthotic prescriptions. Shoes that change eversion or control the foot don’t really change the movement path but rather range of motion. Foot pronation or eversion may not be a contributor to running injuries. It's an ...…
 
This week, Kristin Ray visits with Meghan Ziehmer, Associate Director of the Greater Lansing Sports Authority. She introduces us to the world of sports tourism and all that it has to offer women who want to work in sports. From events specialists to marketing experts, sports tourism has something for everyone, although it’s among the least soug ...…
 
On this week's episode we hear an extract from the recent RollerCon discussing people of color hosted by Mick Swagger from Team Indigenous: "Most important thing I've been a part of in roller derby to date. Winning Hydras and playing top ten doesn't matter when oppression exists on your team and within your league. The obsession with winning th ...…
 
Debbie McDonald has been an integral part of Team USA Dressage for a number of years since she stole the limelight with her extraordinary mare Brentina winning team silver and bronze at the 2012 and 2016 World Equestrian Games and the team bronze at the Athens Olympic Games. Most recently, as well as becoming a much sought after coach, Debbie h ...…
 
On this week's episode of Sound Bites Maricarmen Farias discusses the best way to find your target race weight - percentage of body fat and how you come up with that figure. If it seems that your approach to weight loss has not been working out great for you, it might be time to try something different. Maricarmen shares some of the practices t ...…
 
On this month episode of Fair Play, Zoe George is joined by RNZ sports journalist Ravinder Hunia the co-host chair to discuss cricket with NZ Cricket’s Catherine Campbell and the growth of the T20 game, Louisa Wall, MP shares her thoughts on the on-form Black Ferns and also netball. Plus hockey, and media coverage of women in sport, what is Kab ...…
 
This week on the FAB Podcast, we have the honor of speaking with trailblazing sports broadcaster, Lisa Byington, as the kick-off of our Women of BTN (Big Ten Network) Series. She has so much to say about the sports broadcasting industry and women’s role in it. She shares with us one of her mantras and how she has lived by it and recommends how ...…
 
On this week's show Poppy Cleall is joined by Chris Stafford standing in for Kim Donaldson. Poppy offers a review of the Under 20 Tri Nations that recently took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia and explains why this youth tournament is important for developing international players. Poppy names three standout performances and why we should watch o ...…
 
We continue our lead up to the FEI World Equestrian Games, which will be held in Tryon NC from Sept 11 to the 23rd, by profiling another rider who is in contention to represent their country. Canadian show jumper Erynn Ballard from Tottenham, Ontario could be making her championship debut when the team is announced on September 1st. Erynn is no ...…
 
Siri Lindley and Bek Keat share their combined experiences of racing an Ironman and coaching several triathletes to prepare for the big race. They share advice on how to ensure that every box is checked, that no detail is too small and how there will be bumps in the road. The important thing is to own the lows as well as the highs, to learn fro ...…
 
Dr. Heather North explains what happens when we crack our joints and dispels the myths surrounding this. What happens when the joints are cracked and what makes the cracking noise? We also learn about joint health in general from bending knees for an extended period to joint manipulation. Should we tolerate any pain associated with joints being ...…
 
This week, Kristin Ray chats with Mia Corsini, Director of Events for U.S. Figure Skating. With events jobs in such a high demand from young women around the country, Mia shines some light on the ins and outs of handling events in the sports industry. They discuss how the events industry is more than movies and television portray it to be—and m ...…
 
On this week’s episode Mick Swagger talks to Jessica McCarroll aka “Rogue Runner” about making the transition from player to coach. They discuss her journey into coaching and the opportunities she has had to establish herself as a coach. "Rogue Runner" is a Jammer Coach with Montreal New Skids. Previously skated with London Roller Girls London ...…
 
Canadian eventer Jessica Phoenix rode both of her World Equestrian Team hopefuls at this weekend’s Bromont CIC event near Montreal: Bogue Sound competed in the CIC 3 star where he did the dressage and show jumping, and Pavarotti, her Pan American gold and silver medal and 2014 World Equestrian Games partner finished 9th in the CIC 2 star. It wa ...…
 
In this episode Yoga Teacher Claire Deacon addresses mental health issues and how yoga can help anxiety, stress and depression, will share some key poses. For people suffering from anxiety in this anxious world, yoga can be a lifeline. Whereas anxiety was considered a way to survive in the days we had predators. Claire explains that she believe ...…
 
Did you know about 70% of athletes struggle with GI issues? If you are one of those this episode is for you. Sports nutritionalist and triathlete Maricarmen Farias explains GI Distress; what causes it, what you can do and should do to manage it, why you should train you body for nutrition and get to know what works for you. Nutrition including ...…
 
On this week’s episode Kristin Ray chats with Professional Image Expert, Janice Hurley. Having worked with many former female athletes on their professional image, Janice talks with Kristin about the two words women should use when framing their work image: successful and attractive. If we strive for those two things, rather than words like “fe ...…
 
On this month's Talking Point, Lisa Ingarfield talks to Anne Lieberman who is a queer, intersectional feminist and lifelong martial artist. As Director of Policy & Programs at Athlete Ally, Anne leads the organization's state-based and national LGBTQ rights efforts and mobilizes Athlete Ally ambassadors, sports teams, athletic institutions and ...…
 
Dressage rider Adrienne Lyle, 33, from Widbey Island, Washington State and currently training in Wellington, Florida, will be competing in her second World Equestrian Games next month when she partners Betsy Juliano’s 11 year old Hannoverian stallion Salvino for Team USA. Their partnership began five years ago and has consolidated to produce co ...…
 
Siri Lindley and Bek Keat present a number of training options for athletes who have limited time to train due to other commitments such as a full-time job, and how to maximize the time. They explain that you can even train for an Ironman on 1 hour training a day if you give it 100% and are prepared to work really hard. They take us through a v ...…
 
On this week's episode Dr. Heather North explains why and how we need to be mindful of our posture in our daily routines and takes us through a range of exercises to counter those habits. And why it's important to recognize how our postural habits can become long term problems with joint changes if we don't take care of our body and make a cons ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Kristin Ray, speaks with Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard, Assistant General Counsel of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The conversation covers a plethora of topics, including sexual harassment at work, male-dominated work environments, the importance of showing your personality in your career and how to overcome tough hiring environmen ...…
 
On this month’s episode Abby Ehler chats to Sam Davies, former skipper of Team SCA/ Volvo Ocean Race sailor who is vying for the 2020 Vendee Globe Race, Elodie Mettraux, also former Team SCA/Volvo Ocean Race sailor and recent Tour Voile competitor, and Josie Glidden, recently crowned Moth European Women’s Champion. They discuss the events that ...…
 
U.S. Eventer Lynn Symansky has been selected for the World Equestrian Games with her long-time partner the 15 year old Thoroughbred Donner owned by The Donner Syndicate. Lynn is no stranger to the team having been a member of the gold medal winning team at the 2011 Pan American Games and the 2015 Aachen Nations Cup team. She was the traveling r ...…
 
Maricarmen offers different ways to help you lose starting with goal setting, explaining that you have to have the willpower and commitment much as you do in life and especially as an athlete. Holistic nutrition is about much more than just food. Eating whole foods and avoiding processed food is key to success as is making the time to do grocer ...…
 
Former Team Canada Hooker Kim Donaldson is joined again by Saracens & England Lock Poppy Cleall to review the latest news and share their views on the world of women’s rugby. Poppy recently attended the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Fransisco and shares her account of the tournament. They also discuss what’s happening in the game in England - w ...…
 
Statistics show that women are less likely to fight for the raise or promotion that they believe they are due, based on how they will come across at work. On this episode, we continue our Salary Negotiation series with Career Consultant for PGA of America, Kathy Grayson. We talk about how to know when it’s time to approach your supervisor about ...…
 
Motor Racing's Katie Hargitt has, it’s fair to say, landed her dream job as a pit reporter for IndyCar and IndyLights on NBCSN. She also produces and hosts a web show, #UpToSpeed, on IndyCar.com. Katie was born and raised in Indianapolis so the fumes of motor racing run in her genes and she’s most at home on the race track. She also serves as a ...…
 
Para dressage rider Annie Peavy, 22, is heading for her second FEI World Equestrian Games, this time riding a different horses to the one she rode at the 2014 WEG in Normandy, France and in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Royal Dark Chocolate, or “Cocoa” as she is known to her friends, is turning out to be an ideal partner for the Florida based rid ...…
 
Claire Deacon highlights some of the best yoga poses for equestrians. She explains that self-awareness and emotional awareness is an important tool to unite with your horse and also important to find harmony in yourself. This is where yoga comes in. In a yoga pose you can locate areas of bodily tension and identify your emotions. Emotions are s ...…
 
On this week's episode, Dr. Heather North helps us understand the use of dry needling in physical therapy. Dry needling is a unique procedure intended to specifically target and restore muscle function, with an emphasis on improving tissue healing and restoring normal tissue function. This is important as continued activity with poor muscle fun ...…
 
This week’s episode features master networker, Janice Porter, of JanicePorter.com. Host Kristin Ray and Janice continue the Networking Like a Pro series. Earlier this spring, in Episode 1 of the series Janice introduced the first step to her networking process, which is doing the appropriate research before you attend a sports industry networki ...…
 
South African Rhythmic Gymnast Shannon Gardiner, 18, is focused on the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and the journey has already begun. She will shortly be heading to Europe to compete in the World Championships and after the she has the African National Championships. Her routine on the mat is breathtaking and her training schedule is exhausting, h ...…
 
On this episode Chris Stafford talks with an all time leading American show jumping rider and coach, Anne Kursinski about coaches and coaching, and her story of being a victim of sexual abuse. Anne is a five time Olympian, double silver medalist from Seoul and Atlanta, won individual and team gold medals in the 1983 Pan-American Games, a member ...…
 
On this week’s episode Siri & Bek discuss the importance of debriefing after a race, and why you should visualize everything—when things go wrong as well as right—be prepared and you will handle anything. Look for how can you make each one the best race possible, and when things don’t go according to plan always to handle it with calmness and g ...…
 
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