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Best Teamusa podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Teamusa podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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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.
 
Olympic Fever is the podcast for fans of the Olympics. Each week co-hosts Jill Jaracz and Alison Brown interview athletes, Gamesmakers, historians and more to the greatest sporting festival in the world. Give us a call: 530-7-O-FEVER. This podcast is not affiliated with Team USA.
 
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Might Alison have found a distant relative? We're talking archery with Hannah Brown, the chair of officials for the Tokyo 2020 archery tournament. She tells us how an archery tournament is set up, and what she remembers from tournaments (hint: It's not who wins). She did the test event too, so she describes the Tokyo venue and how you can "have a g…
 
We're back in the gym with U.S. gymnast Jake Dalton, who tells us about his experiences at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympics. We also learn about the strategy involved in the gymnastics team competition. Follow Jake on Facebook, Insta and Twitter. Also subscribe to his YouTube channel for more gymnastics videos! Our Team Olympic Fever Update, s…
 
We're diving in the pool this week! Mallory Comerford, Olympic hopeful, US National Team member and swimmer for the International Swim League's Cali Condors, shares some tips on what freestylers are doing in the water, so we viewers can better figure out what's going on in the pool (beyond the drive to be the fastest swimmer). Of course, since it's…
 
Hosts Nick McCarvel and Jackie Wong have a wall-to-wall episode to talk all things 2020 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships, as they recount the weekend that was in Greensboro. Hear from national champs Nathan Chen, Alysa Liu, Alexa and Chris Knierim as well as Madison Chock and Evan Bates. Also featured: Jackie's interview with Kimmie Meissne…
 
Book Club Claire is back! We've got a rousing discussion of "The Suspect: An Olympic Bombing, the FBI, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle" by Kent Alexander & Kevin Salwen. The book covers the story of the bombing during the Atlanta 1996 Olympics and how the rise of the 24-hour media cycle contributed to getting the story w…
 
We're hitting the beach with Olympic hopeful beach volleyball athlete Kelly Claes. Kelly and her partner Sarah Sponcil are currently ranked 8th in the world….although that might not be enough to get them to Tokyo. Kelly tells us all about the sport and how they're dealing with the pressure of the upcoming Games. Plus, the Tokyo 2020 ticket design h…
 
Movie Club is now in session! We welcome our newest contributor Fran Johnson (aka Film Buff Fran) to lead us in a discussion of "Chariots of Fire," the Academy Award- and BAFTA-winning story of Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams, British runners who competed at the Paris 1924 Olympics. As mentioned in the show, there was a documentary produced in the…
 
Hosts Jackie Wong and Nick McCarvel break down a very busy month of figure skating, ahead of the new year. The two look back at the dramatic finishes at National Championships around the globe. Then, hear from American Gracie Gold as she prepares to return to the U.S. National Championships in Greensboro later this month.…
 
Team USA recently aired Season 3 of its "The Next Olympic Hopeful" program in which it tests athletes from around the country to find potential talent that can fill out the development programs in some of the smaller sports on the Olympic program. Skeleton winner Leah Fair joins us to talk about her experience on the show, what it's like to hurl yo…
 
We're wading back into the gymternet because we need to learn some of the finer points of men's artistic gymnastics before we watch them at Tokyo 2020. Two-time U.S. Olympic gymnast and world medalist Jake Dalton walks us through all of the apparatuses and gives us more details about them. We also talk about The Dalton, sandpaper—and of course, bic…
 
It's a bad news, good news kind of week. First, the bad news: Russia's out of the Olympics for the next four years (pending appeal) due to the continued issues with doping. We've got opinions--and lots of sighs. But the good news is great: We catch up with "The Next Olympic Hopeful" winner and Team Olympic Fever rugby player Lindsey Mayo to see wha…
 
We often hear the title "chef de mission" mentioned during an Olympics, but what is it that a chef actually does? We get the scoop from Team Canada's chef de mission to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Marnie McBean. Marnie is a multi-medal winning Canadian Olympic rower who competed at Barcelona 1992 and Atlanta 1996, winning 3 gold and 1 bronze. A back i…
 
Hosts Jackie Wong and Nick McCarvel are joined by Olympian Ashley Wagner, who commentated NHK Trophy for the Olympic Channel. The three break down the weekend, including Grand Prix Final spots locked in, as well as discuss the brilliance of Yuzuru Hanyu, Alena Kostornaia, Sui/Han and much more.
 
This week we talk with Olympic hopeful Madelynn Gorman-Shore to understand how the sport of Taekwondo works. We learn that it's much more than just kicking people in the head, it's also the sport of very expensive socks. Follow Madelynn on Insta! In our Team Olympic Fever update, Josh Williamson is starting off his bobsled season right; XC skier Ki…
 
Hosts Nick McCarvel and Jackie Wong revisit Rostelecom Cup, including Evgenia Medvedeva's redemption skates and a surprise Russian men's podium sweep. Plus, they look back at a week of Sectional competition featuring former U.S. medalists such as Gracie Gold and Courtney Hicks. And, hear from Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier after their Grand Prix win…
 
Book Club Claire is back! We discuss our latest pick, Munich 1972: Tragedy, Terror, and Triumph at the Olympic Games by David Clay Large. If you finished it—and Jill finished it with all of four minutes to go before we taped—congratulations! This one was a tough one to get through, although there are sections that are really interesting (and if you…
 
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