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Best Olympic podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Olympic podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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For nearly 23 years, Mitch Levy hosted one of the most successful and longest running morning-drive sports radio talk shows in America. Outspoken and unafraid analysis loaded with humor and unparalleled interviews. Please join us as we embark on an exciting and somewhat mysterious new journey. Become a monthly "patron" to support the show & enjoy access to not only regularly scheduled episodes but BONUS podcasts as well. Goodbye terrestrial radio. Hello podcast world!
 
Nick McCarvel and Jackie Wong talk to athletes, coaches, choreographers and other skating personalities about their experiences in the sport. Nick and Jackie are also joined by fellow members of the media to discuss the latest happenings in the world of figure skating.
 
King Of The Lifts is a weekly podcast featuring 10 year powerlifting veteran/World Championship commentator 6 Pack Lapadat. The show is uncut, unedited, and unrated. Interviews with the World's greatest strength athletes, previews and recaps of the biggest events, and all the latest powerlifting news. Sponsored by Fusion Muscle, http://ww.fusionmuscle.com/ for the best supplements
 
Do you want to live a healthier and more robust life? The key to living a full, healthy, and joyous life lies within the foods we eat—and our relationship to them. Because health isn’t accurately measured by the circumference of your waist or how much you can bench press- true vitality is measured by how you feel, not just physically but deep within. Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch alongside Baywatch actress and certified health coach, Alexandra Paul, take listeners of all ages on a journey t ...
 
The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast is the must-listen tennis catch-up served by fans, for fans looking for a fresh slice on the world’s favourite racket sport. The latest news, results and major talking points from the ATP, WTA circuits as well as British Tennis. Delivered weekly with your tennis fanatics Joel and Kim as they candidly chat through all the biggest on- and off-court moments during the season from the fan's courtside view. Ready? Play!
 
More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
The Road to the Olympics Trials podcast features eight elite runners, four men and four women, who are excited about pulling back the curtain and being open and honest about their training, racing, and goals in their lead-up to the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta in February, 2020. The athletes who will be sharing their journey are Jared Ward, Kellyn Taylor, Roberta Groner, Parker Stinson, Lou Serafini, Sarah Bishop, John Raneri, and Dr. Stefanie Flippin.
 
Michael Rasile has conversations with Olympic Athletes, Hopefuls, and Legends on their story and path to the games. From Gold Medal Winners to unfortunate injuries, for the amount of blood, sweat, and tears our athletes put in on a daily basis to be the best in the world, the least we can do is learn more about what they endure. Trials and tribulations, short comings and over coming the odds, these are the stories of Our Athletes from their mouth to your ears.DISCLAIMER: Our Athletes is not ...
 
Welcome to the #PlayUnified Podcast, where we meet at the intersection of sports, disability, philanthropy, entertainment and community building. Listen as we discuss why sports is such an important part of life, community and social change. Guests will include local sports figures, government officials, small business owner and figures within the Special Olympics movement.
 
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We are now one week away from the Olympic Trials. It’s time to start analyzing the field and make predictions about what could happen on race day. In this Women’s Marathon Olympic Trials preview I am joined by two of the most knowledgeable peoplep in the industry - Erin Strout, senior writer at Women‘s Running, and Alison Wade, creator of the Fast …
 
5 Rings Podcast Vancouver 2010 10 Years Later This week on 5 Rings, Kevin and Duane travel back in time to take a look at Vancouver 2010, its legacy, its highlights and their favorite moments of what could be the best Winter Olympic Games ever. A great show as always, check it out. Support us and get access to 5 Rings Extra at https://patreon.com/s…
 
If you live in Los Angeles you know it is expensive, and there’s a shortage of affordable housing. Today's guest is an investor and entrepreneur who co-founded Upfront Ventures, and of the 200+ startups his team funded, you may know some names -- Costco, Starbucks, Pet Smart, Ulta Beauty, Office Depot, just to name a few. But today, Steven Dietz le…
 
Matthew Barnaby, former NHL forward and host of the Unfiltered podcast, joins Ben and JD to discuss Mitch Marner’s propensity for blocking shots and Zach Hyman’s recent offensive success. Scott Niedermayer, former NHL defenceman and two-time Olympic gold medalist, reflects on Canada’s victory at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games and discusses…
 
Tom Daley began diving at a very young age gaining notoriety at 9 years old. In 2008, at 14, he represented Great Britain as their youngest competitor in the Beijing Summer Olympics. He went on to compete in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio games picking up 2 bronze medals along the way. He invited Jonathan into his home to discuss all things diving, h…
 
Sportsnet’s Colby Armstrong joins Ben and JD to chat about the Leafs’ bounce-back win over the Penguins and the team’s execution of their puck-possession style. Two-time Stanley Cup champion Kris Versteeg discusses his foray into media and his experience navigating the NHL trade deadline. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those o…
 
The guys introduce an All New Segment - Shiver Me Tinder, and talk Theo's Every Growing Ass, NWA Lays, Lil Ruffles, Stumbler Shapel, Baby Hippo Theo, Snow Cone Stand Brendan, Cock Steady and Bebop, Albuquerque Butt Lifts, Mochi and Cigs, Minor League Hockey, Male Cheerleaders, PBR, Postmates Pups and much more! Manscaped - https://manscaped.com/ us…
 
In episode 82, Gary Reinl (author of "ICED! The Illusionary Treatment Option") discusses why we were SO WRONG about icing injuries and sore muscles. Recommended blog #1: http://garyreinl.com/articles/The-Cold-Hard-Facts.pdf Recommended blog #2: http://garyreinl.com/articles/Secondary-Cellular-Death-Is-Negligent-Homocide.pdf Gary's Website: http://g…
 
Former Penguins forward Tyler Kennedy joins Ben and JD to discuss Sidney Crosby’s leadership prowess, the culture of success in Pittsburgh, and Toronto’s employment of an offence-first style. Sportsnet’s Brian Burke chimes in on Toronto’s glaring defensive flaws, Andersen’s shortened leash, and Kyle Dubas’ strategy ahead of Monday’s trade deadline.…
 
“Resistance is always lying and always full of shit.” John Joseph 500 EPISODES. Over seven years ago, I sat down in a damp and echo-y warehouse on the north shore of Kauai and hit record for the very first time. There was no agenda. No commitment to even record a second episode. And certainly zero idea that what began as a fun experiment would evol…
 
Mark Rippetoe and Eric Kennedy from Red Barn Butchers discuss the retail side of the meat business.00:00 Intro02:16 Becoming beef07:48 USDA inspection16:16 Retailing beef23:38 Sourcing, cuts 32:26 Primals, fats40:29 Finishing, grades46:57 Red Barn 53:18 Aging01:01:11 Specialty beef01:07:07 The customer01:15:36 Aged hamburger…
 
Jon joins me to talk about his rowing career and how this whole crazy thing got started! After walking on at the University of Pennsylvania, Jon was able to start training with elite athletes on the Schuylkill River. He missed out on the 1984 games by a slim margin but was able to make it there in 1988. Jon retired from the sport, but got the itch …
 
Steve Dangle, host of “The Steve Dangle Podcast” and co-host of Ice Surfing, joins Ben and JD to discuss Toronto’s loss in Pittsburgh and the team’s lack of urgency. Later, the guys address Sheldon Keefe’s post-game comments about Frederik Andersen and debate whether Jack Campbell should get the start on Thursday against the Penguins. The views and…
 
Chances are, you probably know a diabetic—you could be diabetic yourself. Between prediabetes, Type 1, 1.5, 2, and gestational diabetes, this disease has unfortunately become a common one. But for many, it doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Robby Barbaro and Cyrus Khambatta are the founders of the Mastering Diabetes Program—a concept that relies h…
 
Deborah N. Archer received her JD from Yale Law School where she was also awarded the Charles G. Albom Prize. She’s held several esteemed titles throughout her career, and New York Law Journal has recently recognized her as one of New York's “Top Women in the Law.” She is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Law at NYU, Co-Faculty Director …
 
The designer catwalk and the glossy magazine cover are powerful cultural signifiers. Top models who occupy those spaces are deemed to have a look that attracts and sells. But how diverse is that look? How inclusive? Stephen Sackur interviews Halima Aden, a supermodel who challenged a host of stereotypes. She is a refugee from Somalia’s civil war; s…
 
Jasmyn Penn joins 6 Pack Lapadat and Kafui Hotsonyame to discuss the controversial calls at the World Championships in Sweden that made the gold medal favorite bomb out, the controversial call for her final deadlift at the US Raw Nationals that would have won the 72 kg open, her relationship with 74 kg star Micheal Seay, her thoughts on Ricky Cho a…
 
Sportsnet NHL Insider Chris Johnston joins Ben and JD to discuss Jake Muzzin’s contract situation and Toronto’s plans ahead of the trade deadline. Paul Bissonnette, co-host of “Spittin’ Chiclets,” weighs in on Toronto’s acquisition of Jack Campbell and Kyle Clifford from Los Angeles and the team’s current salary cap crunch. The views and opinions e…
 
I absolutely loved this wide-ranging conversation with Kim Sundling. Kim is an avid marathoner, cross-trainer, pharmacist with a focus on mental health, a bundle of energy - and someone who continues to work through depression. Kim touches on all of these aspects of her life, and more. On the running front, Kim ran two marathons in the fall before …
 
Michael Lee from The Athletic returns for the 3rd Annual Full 48 All-Star Weekend Wrap-Up to break down the weekend festivities including the dunk contest and judging, the new All-Star Game format, and the incredible tributes to Kobe Bryant. They also discuss late Commissioner David Stern and the conspicuous absence of Michael Jordan. via Knit…
 
In the Women's event, Leonie Ebert (GER) extended her lead with a top 16 finish. Maria Diaz (ESP) stays in the second European place without scoring any points - Julia Walczyk (POL) has cut the gap to 3 points with a top 32 result. Nicole Pustilnik (ISR) is still in contention but is getting harder. Chen Qingyuan (CHN) moved further away from Algie…
 
What a day in Barcelona – and sets the season up nicely now that we’ve finished 4 out of the 5 world cups. Let’s start with the easy stuff. Korea won and are qualified – they cannot be caught by Hong Kong. China are qualified and confirmed in the top 4 – alongside Russia and Poland. Italy and USA are also qualified – they can’t be caught. Congratul…
 
What a weekend of epee. Lets get the easy ones out of the way. France are qualified in pole position. Italy are qualified – they can’t be caught by the multiple European teams needed to beat them. Likewise USA are qualified as the best PanAm team. Interestingly Switzerland are not yet qualified – there are scenarios for the last World Cup in Buenos…
 
RUNDOWN Episode 79 begins with Scott’s heroic tale of re-connecting a lost child with his mother in the mean streets of Issaquah. Then, Mitch describes the toll on his family the loss of their dog Sadie has taken and the gradual recovery. Also, they chat about the lousy response to baseball brass the Astros demonstrated in the early days of Spring …
 
“The disconnect between the research and what the public believes and understands is mind boggling.” Dr. Cyrus Khambatta & Robby Barbaro A full blown epidemic in the developed world, diabetes currently afflicts an astonishing 30 million people in the US alone, despite the fact that 1 out of 4 don’t even know they have it. Even more bewildering, ove…
 
There are international laws and norms designed to prohibit states from bumping off their enemies, internal or external. But look around the world, and its clear those laws are being violated, often with impunity. Stephen Sackur interviews Agnes Callamard, a renowned human rights investigator who serves as the UN Special Rapporteur on extra judicia…
 
In the latest episode of The Passing Shot, the tennis podcast by fans, for fans, Joel and Kim round up the action from the last fortnight on tour post-Australian Open. They talk Kyle Edmund’s return to form in New York, Monfils’ back to back titles in Montpelier and Rotterdam and Fed Cup drama including the tie between Great Britain and Slovakia. T…
 
Announcing the New Eventing Radio Show: Jon and Rick’s first airing features Mia Farley, listed on the USEF Under 25 training list. We chat about her life in Ocala, as well as, her personal life as an up-and-coming Eventing Star. We also have updates from the FEI meeting in Aintree, England where Jon Holling traveled as a part of the USEF Safety pa…
 
Ben and JD are joined in studio by Mike Stephens, NHLanalyst for Yahoo, and Anthony Petrielli, writer for Maple Leafs Hot Stove, todiscuss Sheldon Keefe’s decision to stack his top line, Alex Kerfoot’s futurewith the organization, and Toronto’s current cap ordeal. The views and opinions expressed in this podcastare those of the hosts and guests and…
 
The guys celebrate Valentines Day and invite Shapel Lacey and Craig Conant to fill in for today's Culture Corner. The guys talk Parasite, Theo's Growing Butt, Relationship Advice for the Broke, Powdered Pigeons, K-Swiss Coffins, Penile Bones, White Castle Reservations, All New Race My Case's, BBQ Romance, Bull Riding and much more! Athletic Greens …
 
Remember the time when political discourse was founded on those quaint concepts - facts, evidence, and expertise? Now it seems partisanship infects every corner of the realm of ideas, according to Paul Krugman. Stephen Sackur interviews the Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist, whose latest book suggests America’s political an…
 
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