Best biathlon podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Nonstop, high-energy workout music mixes to help you groove while you move. Podrunner fixed-speed and interval exercise mixes are perfect for power walking, jogging, running, spinning, elliptical, aerobics, and many other tempo-based forms of exercise. An iTunes award-winner six years in a row!
 
An unofficial daily-ish podcast during the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics. I recap the previous day's events, give you a preview of what's to come, and share opinions when I have them. Troy Does The Games is not affiliated with the IOC, USOC, or the like. Don't sue me, bro.
 
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Out of All Doors is a wide-ranging look at all things outdoors. From cross-country skiing to rifle shooting to the biathlon, we examine it all. Hosted by Adam Drent, the show features contributions from outdoor experts, outdoor enthusiasts, and many other people who have been outdoors and have something to say about what they remember of the experience. Whether youre merely an occasional visitor to the outdoors or youre a backwoods "mountain man" hermit who also somehow has internet access, ...
 
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The Red Cross Castaway Robot Babies The winter olympics Biathlon The Green Smoothie Cleanse (I Can’t in good conscience link to this book)
 
Could you cover 60km on difficult terrain using just your arms?British Nordic Sit-Skier Scott Meenagh has attempted that this week in the Biathlon and Cross-Country events. He’s the first competitor Paralympics GB has had in Nordic Skiing for 20 years.Meenagh lost both legs after an explosion in Afghanistan.Beth Rose talks to her fellow present ...…
 
The Paralympics are almost here! Today's guest is World Para Nordic Skiing Sport Technical Committee Chair Robert Walsh, who explains how Paralympic XC skiing and biathlon work. Plus, there's a potential Olympic Fever knitting project in the works, Paralympic trivia, and another sad mascot story.
 
Biathlon Boycott Find out why the US biathlon team are boycotting a World Cup event in Russia this month, despite the IOC lifting their ban. A member of the US team, Clare Egan, tells us they’re making a stand against doping in sport and believe the IOC lifted the sanctions too soon.Zimbabwe to Zambia in a chicken wagon We find out how the foot ...…
 
In this episode Sam Pettersen busts the Creative Myth that creatives have to be original. Today we talk about how the most creative people are good at stealing great ideas and making them work in the best way possible. Sam then walks you through his crazy sunday and all the ideas that came together, the purpose behind each idea, and how he pull ...…
 
In this episode Sam Pettersen busts the Creative Myth that creatives have to be original. Today we talk about how the most creative people are good at stealing great ideas and making them work in the best way possible. Sam then walks you through his crazy sunday and all the ideas that came together, the purpose behind each idea, and how he pull ...…
 
Season 4 - Ep. 5 - "Biathlon Rifle Control"Dan and The RocnessMonster sit with their friend Ray-Ray yet again. This time they talk about her growing up in an Olympic City! Lets talk FIGURE SKATING DRAMA!!! We also discuss...briefly....school shootings and gun control. I know....I know...its a hot topic right now....deal with it....wait no....ma ...…
 
In today's update: a photo finish AGAIN in the men's biathlon mass start, a silver medal for the USA in men's ski slopestyle, the cross country relay, early bobsleigh action, and the women's 500m in speed skating.Also, I preview the ice dance competition and all of the other events over the next two days.Troy Does The Games is not affiliated wi ...…
 
I talk about the men's free skate, where Nathan Chen throws 6 quads but Yuzuru Hanyu wins the gold, a surprise in the women's Super-G, women's skeleton with Lizzy Yarnold, a blow-by-blow of the women's 4x5km relay in cross country and the mass start in women's biathlon, and, as always I "Take It To The House" for curling news.I also look ahead ...…
 
We think it's Day 4 of the Olympics....or at least it's Day 4 of our viewing coverage. Jill and Alison got to watch a lot today, so we're in for a big wrap-up. On today's docket (not necessarily in order): A few loose ends from Team Figure Skating (warning: insensitivity alert) Women's Luge Women's Ski Jumping Biathlon Moguls Halfpipe Plus, wha ...…
 
I recap the first few days of the Olympics in PyeongChang. I dissect the Opening Ceremonies, gush about curling mixed doubles, explain why Americans should love biathlon, and recap the first half of the figure skating team event. This is not affiliated with the IOC or USOC.By troydoesthegames@gmail.com (Troy Steinmetz).
 
The RundownHonored Guest Damon Hack twitter.com/damonhackGC Heading to South KoreaWhen did you want to be a JournalistBasketball UCLADJ HackMasters at BerkleyGraduated 1996Sports Illustrated2012 at Golf ChannelTiger inspired to get involved in GolfInspired by other writersPerfect Tiger StormBringing people of color to the sportRadio VoiceLakers ...…
 
Below are my notes: Some brief history 22LR History traces back to the mid 1800s Round we use today is largely unchanged and has been basically the same since 1887. Has a tapered heel bullet which means that the round itself is the same size as the case that holds it Is used in every type of rifle and pistol today. Round used in the Olympic bia ...…
 
Tom Dudchik, a former state representative who currently runs the popular news aggregation site CT Capitol Report – and the host of the television program “Capitol Report” that airs on WTNH every Sunday at 10:00 AM – joins Brett to discuss everything from his upbringing, to who would likely win in a cage match between Global Strategy Group’s Ro ...…
 
A conversation with Peter Graves, Olympic Announcer and Television Sportscaster and Commentator. Peter is a former head coach of cross country skiing at Harvard University and skied for Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. He commentated at the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, New York, he was on ESPN's SportsCenter during the 1984 and '88 Oly ...…
 
Hyper focused nuclear local weather report: ☔️ • Annual Mount Tysnessåta hike tomorrow ⛰ • The return from mount Tysnessåta ⛰ • 15-yo Tysnes girl 2nd in national biathlon championship • The Sleepy J...
 
In this episode I speak with Augusto Perez, a 3 time paralympian in the sports of Curling, Biathlon, and Nordic skiing about his tragic diagnose of cancer, his leg amputation, and how he turned a tragic series of events into an inspirational and selfless athletic career. Please subscribe to the podcast in Itunes and google play, and give us a l ...…
 
Author : Rachael K. Jones Narrator : Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali Host : Divya Breed Audio Producer : Adam Pracht Discuss on Forums The 1st Annual Lunar Biathlon originally appeared in Crossed Genres October 2015. The 1st Annual Lunar Biathlon By Rachael K. Jones Raji and I were always designing new torments for ourselves, and then calling them good, ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Bryan Price, a member of the US para-nordic ski and biathlon team about his time in the military, the injuries he suffered while deployed, and how he bounced back to earn a spot in the US team on one of the hardest endurance sports there is, and how he is training to do it all over again. Please subscribe to the pod ...…
 
No-Snow Biathlon - S1:E11 Get lost in the endurance sport of No-Snow Biathlon by explaining how it works, what gear you need, and where you can go to get lost racing it. What the heck is No-Snow Biathlon? To understand No Snow Biathlon, you need to first know what a biathlon is. The biathlon is a winter sport that combines cross-country skiing ...…
 
Carrie interviews collegiate coach and NBC Olympics commentator Chad Salmela! Chad shares his scientific approach to training and discusses challenges he faces as a coach. They also chat about his breakthrough into NBC Olympics commentary and his role as a husband and father. Show notes for this episode can be found at ctollerun.com. Chad Salme ...…
 
After posting great results internationally, she was invited to join the United States Biathlon National X Team for the 2014-15 season. Maddie made her World Cup debut and continued to show potential on the international circuit. She has now been named to the U.S. Biathlon National A Team. She is currently living and training in Lake Placid, N. ...…
 
Back in the spring of 2013, NCAA champion Joanne Reid was at the proverbial fork in the road: pursue academics after graduating with an Applied Mathematics degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU) or compete as an elite-level nordic skier? Reid was coming off a collegiate season where she won the 15-kilometer freestyle and helped the ...…
 
BEND, Ore. — At 35 years old, U.S. Biathlon’s Lowell Bailey is the consummate veteran: he’s been racing on the World Cup since 2002. And this past winter on one day in mid-February, Bailey was perfect. On Feb. 16, he won the 20-kilometer individual race at the 2017 International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Championships Hochfilzen, Austria. Lowe ...…
 
Link: 864-Living Podcast, All Clear Plumbing, Tridrilldeck.com Topics How the 864-Living podcast came to be. The addictive nature of running. A brief digression into Bond movies. The podcast recording space conundrum. Podcast audio quality versus content quality. Anja's inspirations: Tim Ferriss, Chrissie Wellington (links to books below) Triat ...…
 
Breath and spirit have been closely related in human thought—for millennia. In a lot of human languages, we use the same word to mean both things. Yet it’s easy to take breathing for granted, in spite of the fact it is maybe the most common human experience. In this episode, we’re going to think about every inhale and every exhale, and speak to ...…
 
This episode takes an in-depth look at the developments currently threatening to close off the last wildlife corridors moving through the Bow River Valley at Canmore. These developments include the Three Sisters and Smith Creek Developments, as well as the proposed development and gondola at Silvertip. http://traffic.libsyn.com/mountainnature/E ...…
 
In this episode we put the elusive Fast Big Dog, known in the business world as Jon Schafer, in front of the mic for his answers to the 17 Questions for 2017. It brings a conclusion to the FasterSkier interview series run last fall before the start of the 2016/2017 cross-country, nordic combined and biathlon race seasons. Schafer is knee deep i ...…
 
Blood-flow-restriction training is a topic of growing interest. But as IHMC director and STEM-Talk co-host Dr. Ken Ford points out, there’s also a great deal of misinformation about the training.Episode 34 of STEM-Talk addresses some of that misinformation with our interview of Dr. Jim Stray-Gundersen, who helped pioneer blood flow restriction ...…
 
An 18-year-old female sharp shooter from Latvia won gold recently in the biathlon event at the Baltic Military Winter Games. The Baltic Military Winter Games have taken place in Latvia. The games were held for the first time in 2014. Events included ice hockey, ice fishing and biathlon. This year participants included Estonians, Latvians and Li ...…
 
MR. REVIS NOTHING GOOD HAPPENS AFTER 2AM. MICHAEL GRAHAM SHOWS THAT A LEOPARD CAN CHANGE IT'S SPOTS. BIATHLON GOLD FOR LOWELL BAILEY.
 
1980 U.S. Olympic biathlon coach Art Stegen weighs in on all the recent doping scandals with his 50+ years of biathlon experience.
 
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