Welcome to USHJA On Course, the official podcast of the United States Hunter Jumper Association. From beyond the competition arena, we'll introduce you to aspects of the sport you've always wanted to know more about, tricks of the trade from prominent members of the community and even reveal some topics you may have never thought of. Tune in each month as we chat with top juniors, amateurs and professionals all across the industry to discuss the latest happenings in the sport and how it is c ...
Welcome to the 'The EuroStepping...' This platform has been created to support and inform international recruits who are aspiring to play collegiate basketball in the United States. Each week a former international student athlete will talk about their experience, leaving their home country and moving to the states to pursue their dream. Players will discuss the recruitment process, the level of competition, tips to complete school and a whole host of useful information! There will also be i ...
The South… What is it? Movies, books, songs, myths and legends have tried to explain this part of the United States. SouthBound, a new podcast series from WFAE, talks to people who were born and raised in the South. Hosted by journalist Tommy Tomlinson, SouthBound features conversations with notable Southerners from all walks of life – from artists and athletes to preachers and politicians.Who would you like to hear on the SouthBound podcast? Click here to submit your favorite Southerner and ...
Every weekday for over three decades, Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse.
Mindclickers is an insight into the psychological and performance demands from Esports Athletes. We aim to address a widespread of games from League of legends and Dota to CSGO and Valorant. Listen to what the best of the best think about before, during and after a game.
Welcome to SMR’s this week in review podcast where we highlight the recent news in sports medicine research.
“Amazing Americans” is hosted by Jerry Schemmel and airs Saturday mornings on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan from 8:00am-9:00am. Each week, Jerry Schemmel interviews different personalities from the world of sports who have incredible stories of inspiration. Athletes, coaches, broadcasters, all types of people from different areas of the sports community join Jerry to share their stories. Jerry Schemmel is one of the most recognizable broadcasting voices in Denver sports history, spending 10 sea ...
High Performance is a science-based, holistic process of achieving excellence in every field. On Dr. Erik Korem’s new podcast, The BluePrint, he explores the methods and mindsets that build and sustain High-Performing humans through his experience as a sports scientist working with the NFL, Olympians and other elite athletes. He invites athletic champions, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and other exceptional people to discuss their struggles and triumphs while educating and motivating listener ...
Michael Rasile has conversations with athletes on their stories. 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 endorsed by or affiliated with the United States O ...
A weightlifting podcast discussing the sport with local coaches, athletes and clubs. Sharing the Colorado and United States weightlifting community with the world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/valhalla-cast/support
“In the Circle” is a USA Field Hockey Podcast based on sharing an inside look of field hockey in the United States. National team athletes, staff, club administrators, coaches, umpires, fans and more cover topics about field hockey.
Josh will interview amazing people from all walks of life. No topic is off limits. As a custom knife maker Josh will use his connections and expertise to talk to some of the best knife makers and collectors in the world. In addition to the knife world Josh will be seeking out motivational, inspirational, and accomplished people from all walks of life. Our world is filled with people who have accomplished amazing feats. Current and former military members, business professionals, athletes, an ...
Listen to the cheers, chops, screams, and slams of the men and women of ACW and Rogue: Women Warriors -- featuring athletes from the United States, Canada, and beyond! Analyst James Frazier and friends break down the action for you.
Commentary on the News of Sport. Leave your overzealous fandom at home... we're elevating the conversation around sports.
1860's Vintage Base Ball is the fastest growing sport in these United States. Get to know these competitive history buffs and hear the stories and memories that make being a part of vintage base ball so special. Learn the history of the game and the history of their love of baseball.
Justin Wylie hosts this podcast by focusing on informing his audience about common struggles, experiences, and nuances that student-athletes go through from all levels, such as, Division 1 through Division 3. New episodes will be published weekly, discussing different topics of the student-athletes experience. Guests will be involved in discussing their perspectives from various levels of student athletics, from different geographic regions throughout the United States. Subscribe here to lis ...
Bonus Points is the official podcast of USA Wrestling and TheMat.com hosted by Richard Immel. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual, Bonus Points offers interviews and insight from USA Wrestling, the National Governing Body for wrestling in the United States and will feature coaches, athletes and notable names from the sport of wrestling. Part of the Mat Talk Podcast Network.
Radio personality and actor, Johnny Sanchez along with popular comedian, best selling author, and hilarious storyteller, Elias Isreal are living life and having a lot of laughs with their many guests ranging from comedians, athletes, radio and tv personalities, celebrities, and other people of interest! All the way from Hollywood to Dollywood.. from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean... from Los Angeles to Little Rock! Be sure to subscribe so you get notifications when each new episo ...
The official podcast of the United States Powerlifting Association. Get up to date with information on meets, rules, and other important news. Hear from amazing powerlifters, meet directors, gym affiliates, executive members of the federation, and many others. Come "Experience the Difference!" www.USPA.net
Hosted by former Mercyhurst University teammates turned professional athletes, Zac Reid and Ian Wild. Interviewing current and former pros to discuss their careers in sport, as well as business, entrepreneurship, personal finance, philanthropy and more.
Find Your Fit is creating an inclusive community around exercise, nutrition, and well-being. Get up and move with us and our guests as WE share our step-by-step journey into personal well-being, greater energy, life balance, and greater longevity. Created by people with disabilities and with an emphasis on the experiences of people with disabilities, our practical tools, information, and inspiration helps make exercise and nutrition more accessible, affordable, and achievable for everyone. S ...
Please join us each week to learn about the secrets of world class performance and how to improve your game while living a virtuous life! Learn to "double" your talents from this 30-minute mix of pro-athlete interviews, practical-detailed sports performance enhancement tips, great music and much more. The Playing With Fire podcast is hosted by Dr. Bill Thierfelder, the 6ft. 8in. President of Belmont Abbey College. As a former two-time All-American and NCAA Division I coach, he clearly knows ...
Jim Jefferies tackles the latest news and issues with his trademark no-bulls**t candor, his piercing insight and his uniquely Aussie viewpoint.
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is an international refereed journal published for clinicians with a primary interest in sports medicine practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics, and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation. The Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine is the official journal of: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine American Osteopath ...
The Note Closers Show Podcast covers everything you don’t know about real estate investing today, specifically the world of note investing. Scott Carson, CEO of We Close Notes, interviews experts in the note investing field, including vendors he works with, and students he has trained. Prepare to be educated and entertained on the secrets of how you can control millions of dollars’ worth of property for pennies on the dollar, through investing in distressed real estate notes. Scott and his s ...
A podcast that provides a platform for discussing moral, societal & existential issues.
NPR's Noel King talks to Dr. Timothy Sheahan, a virologist and Assistant Professor for the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, about the government's plans.By KUOW Staff
Vaccine makers are planning for the possibility that boosters will be needed, and they're pushing ahead with research into new-generation flu shots and mRNA cancer vaccines.By Noel King
Best known as a rock band, the Foo Fighters are going disco. Their new album Hail Satan will feature covers of four songs by the Bee Gees — including "Night Fever."By KUOW Staff
Twyanna Williams left high school when she was 15 years old so she could help her mom pay the bills. But she never stopped wanting to go back to school. Williams was also the class valedictorian.By KUOW Staff
Roughly 15 million boxes of Girl Scout cookies remain unsold. The organization says the coronavirus is the reason to blame.By KUOW Staff
More than a dozen candidates are vying for the Democratic nomination in a primary on Tuesday that will likely decide who becomes the next mayor of New York City.By KUOW Staff
Olympic organizers are deciding whether spectators will be allowed at the games. This follows the first case of an Olympic athlete being denied entry to Japan, after testing positive for COVID-19.By Anthony Kuhn
Welcome to Sports Med Res’ this week in review podcast where we highlight the news in sports medicine research from the week ending on June 20, 2021. This week’s podcast focused on the latest trends in concussions among adolescents. * The Male Athlete Triad – A Consensus Statement From the Female and Male Athlete Triad Coalition * A Closer Look at …
What has always been known is that he is one of America's greatest distance runners. But what hasn't been known, until now, is the dark childhood at the hands of a brutally abusive father. Frank Shorter is this week's guest on Amazing Americans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By 104.3 The Fan
S2:E19 of Mindclickers arrives with ApparentlyJack from Dignitas. Jack's passion is very obvious as he speaks in-depth about his mindset towards professional Rocket League. The following episode contains detailed insights into; • Jacks background and entry into Rocket League • Dealing with the balance of school • Adapting to pre warmups • Sleep, Hy…
Coach Chris Mayes joins The Eurostepping! Coach Mayes joins this week's show sharing his experiences coaching elite level European prospects and getting players recruited to college in the states. Coach Mayes also speaks about being a technical director at BC Triple Threat and the alternative pathways to college ball for international players. The …
The Daily Mirror reports the couple wanted to stay handcuffed until they married. Instead, they lasted 123 days. The couple have now broken up.By KUOW Staff
The former tenant at the house in Colorado Springs vandalized it, spray painted the walls, and left something in the fridge with a terrible smell.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Lori Windham about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of her client, a Catholic agency that had refused to work with same-sex couples applying to be foster parents.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Rob and Reece Scheer, who adopted five children out of the foster system. The ruling says a Catholic group doesn't have to consider same-sex foster parents.By KUOW Staff
Oregon's bold move to decriminalize small amounts of all hard drugs and expand treatment is now meeting the reality of implementation as the treatment community is divided over the way forward.By Eric Westervelt
Just in time for the new federal holiday Juneteenth, New York City is naming 16 parks for prominent Black Americans.By KUOW Staff
Juneteenth has been signed into law as a federal holiday. As U.S. prepares to pull troops out of Afghanistan, allies are left behind in danger. And, Iranians elect a new president.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Stacey Abrams, who pushed for different voting rules after losing the 2018 governor's race in Georgia, about what she wants from Congress, and what advocates can do.By KUOW Staff
The Portuguese health fanatic moved two bottles of Coke out of the frame, and held up a bottle of water. Coca-Cola is a tournament sponsor. The company's market value dropped $4 billion.By KUOW Staff
The family honored 16-year-old Frankie by cremating him and keeping his ashes. Days later, Frankie walked home — hungry and thin, but very much alive. Whose cat is in the urn?By KUOW Staff
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Tamara Hermann of the Israel Democracy Institute about the first major test for Israel's new government after an exchange of attacks with Hamas threatens the ceasefire.By KUOW Staff
The end of U.S. tariffs brought on by the Airbus-Boeing dispute is a great relief for France's wine industry and U.S. wine importers. One Trump-era dispute remains: tariffs on EU steel and aluminum.By Eleanor Beardsley
NPR's Noel King talks to Aida Touma-Sliman, a Palestinian-Israeli member of the Knesset, about the new coalition government that unseated Israel's longest serving prime minister.By KUOW Staff
Press and security scuffled during a photo op, which added to the tense atmosphere between the two sides.By Franco Ordoñez
President Biden and Russian President Putin have arrived at the Geneva villa where they will hold their first face-to-face talks as leaders. The two shook hands and ignored reporters' questions.By Steve Inskeep
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Mark Galeotti, senior associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute, about the focus on cyber crime during the U.S.-Russia summit.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to retired Army General Wesley Clark, a former NATO commander, about President Biden's meeting with Russian President Putin, and about the challenges facing Biden and NATO.By KUOW Staff
Rachel Carle got the ticket from a relative who purchased the Late Gate Ticket in 1983. The aquarium discontinued those tickets roughly 25 years ago, but says about each year a customer presents one.By KUOW Staff
The painting is expected to sell for thousands of dollars. The unnamed seller, who picked up the painting at a donation center in Canada, paid $4.09.By KUOW Staff
The U.S. and EU reached a truce in a protracted, dispute over Boeing and Airbus. They are putting aside their differences to counter an upcoming competitor in the airline industry: China.By KUOW Staff
Israel hit Hamas sites in Gaza after incendiary balloons were launched in the first attacks since a ceasefire ended 11 days of fighting last month.By KUOW Staff
Lordstown Motors doesn't have enough cash on hand to produce its long-promised electric pickups. And this week it admitted it exaggerated its preorders, and its CEO and CFO stepped down.By Camila Domonoske
The United States and European Union have reached a truce on a long-running and costly trade dispute involving Boeing and Airbus. They say they are doing so to focus on a common competitor: China.By Frank Langfitt
President Biden took great pains to try to repair ties with European allies at the G-7 and NATO summits over the past six days. He'll meet with Russian President Putin on Wednesday.By Franco Ordoñez
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Ivo Daalder, former U.S. Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, about what Monday's NATO summit means for the future of the alliance.By KUOW Staff
Esme is a cat who steals items from her neighbors. Esme's owner Kate knew she had to make it right. She displayed all of her cat's loot on a clothesline, with a sign that reads: My cat is a thief.By KUOW Staff
The Jersey Devil, named after a mythical creature that is said to wander the New Jersey Pine Barrens, is the world's tallest single rail coaster.By KUOW Staff
Nearly a year after Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko's crackdown, "None of us doubt that we will prevail," an activist tells NPR. Others sound worried. "Every day is a little scarier," says one.By Lucian Kim
Some of the migrant families who were separated at the U.S. border during the Trump administration are back together. A Salvadoran father and son share their experience.By KUOW Staff
In Canada, the man who allegedly killed four members of a Muslim family in Ontario will be charged with terrorism.By KUOW Staff
The Library of Congress acquires audio diaries featuring more than 200 front-line health care workers in the fight against COVID-19By KUOW Staff
This isn't your typical political conversation! Steve Daines is one of Montana's two United States Senate representatives. Instead of diving into more politics in this episode Josh and Steve talk about hunting, public, lands, and grizzly bears. It's refreshing to hear that we do actually have representatives in Washington that actually hunt, fish, …
Caitlin Creel is an amateur Jumper rider who used her voice to speak up about the rule change proposal put forward by the USHJA Joint Amateurs Task Force in late 2020. Caitlin's petition quickly caught the eye of Task Force members, fostering a pivotal conversation that helped lead to revaluation of the amateur rules as a whole. Now, Caitlin sits o…
President Biden is in Brussels for the NATO summit. The 30 member nations will meet to set the tone for the alliance. This after Biden renewed the U.S. commitment to the G-7.By Sarah McCammon
The Israeli parliament voted to unseat Benjamin Netanyahu after 12 years in power. Israel's longest-serving prime minister will be succeeded by Naftali Bennett, a former aide turned political rival.By Steve Inskeep
Steve Jones is the Head Football Coach at Kimberly High School. Jones has compiled a 118-8 record over 10 years, including a Wisconsin state record of 70 wins in a row. Steve’s teams have also won 5 consecutive state championships, and he’s twice been named the Associated Press Coach of the Year. In this episode, Steve and Erik discuss his winning …
Last June, Dan O'Conor was anxious about the pandemic. He decided to jump into a lake. The next day he did it again, and again the next day. A whole year's worth of plunges — including the winter.By KUOW Staff
A highly anticipated study of a COVID-19 vaccine has finally produced results — and the results are good, very good. The vaccine is made by the Maryland biotech company Novavax.By Joe Palca
When the pandemic deprived Nik Sennhauser of Glasgow of his beloved cuisine, he decided to recreate some of his favorite meals in his home kitchen — such as fried chicken and waffles.By KUOW Staff