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Patricia Carswell, aka Girl on the River, loves to row and loves to talk, so it makes sense that in her podcast she'll be chatting to guests from all around the rowing and sporting world about anything and everything to do with rowing. Always informal, occasionally silly, sometimes serious, often informative, she delves into questions such as how athletes become champions, how to promote diversity in sport, the secret to staying alive on an ocean, how to improve your erg score and what to do ...
 
Interviews with people who have their own business and side projects. From yoga teachers, food bloggers, a world record beating Atlantic rower (in the making), to psychologists- Project Pod finds out how they developed their project, what they've learnt along the way, what are the ideas that drive their business and tips for people who might want to develop their own project or business.
 
Denise Aquino and Patricia Destine are two women of color who are dedicated to promoting diversity within the sport of rowing. Both are former rowers turned coxswains turned coaches in the sport. Together they have almost 25 years of experience on the erg, at regattas, in the launch, or at the boathouse. No stranger to navigation or microphones, these former coxswains amplify what it’s like to navigate the topic of race within the white-dominated sport of rowing. Like most bodies of water, t ...
 
Written by Sam Russell, read by Catherine Russell. Adam, the first man and his wife, the first woman, Eve, were punished by God with separation and immortality. Adam spends his long life searching for her, inadvertently becoming the catalyst for many of humanity’s myths and legends. Now, after 200 years searching other realms, Adam lands, a fish out of water, in present-day London with a fresh lead on his wife’s location…
 
Welcome to "Convos Over Cold Brew with Emma Abrahamson." Emma is a cold brew fanatic with a background in running, who shares her life on her YouTube channel and Instagram. Tune in to hear conversations with her friends about anything from relationships, social media, food and running. New episodes each week. Follow Emma on Instagram and YouTube.
 
SportsJam features in-depth interviews with top athletes, coaches, reporters, authors and fans of the sports world. WBGO News and Sports Director Doug Doyle started the award-winning podcast SportsJam in 2008. The Pennsylvania State University graduate is one of the most decorated reporters in New Jersey radio history. SportsJam with Doug Doyle was recently named one of the top sports podcasts in 2017.
 
Welcome to the Proverb Audio Experience, hosted by founder Luke Sherriff, CEO, former professional rugby player and MSc Oxford Scientist. On this podcast you will find a mix of our Proverb Grooming, Body and Mindset tips, key speeches, segments from our vlog series, interviews and chats. You will also hear from the other two founders Kirstie his wife and professional skincare expert and Ben Burch former GB rower. Proverb Lifefuelled Skincare for men exists to inspire men to feel better about ...
 
Exploring the past, present, and future of Canadian rowing athletes on their path to Tokyo 2020 - with a few meandering detours. Presented by Nicola Wealth. www.nicolawealth.com Your host, Adam Kreek, is an Executive Business Coach, author, and a two-time Olympian who won Gold as a member of the Men’s Eight at Beijing 2008. In this podcast, you’ll hear how the next generation of elite rowers evolved to who they are today, the challenges and excitements within their current training plan, and ...
 
Dr. Farid Holakouee is a Clinical Psychologist and host of "In Session" on Radio Hamrah where he covers topics relevant to psychology and mental health. The show brings awareness, challenges taboos and stigmas related to mental heath, and helps promote a culture of understanding and knowledge. The program consists of several formats, including taking live callers, fireside chats, and interviews and discussions with a variety of guests.
 
A growth mindset is the belief that you can do anything if you work for it. Your host Sam Harris finds remarkable individuals doing extraordinary things and breaks the processes down to show how anyone can achieve anything. Sam has launched several businesses, travelled the world, and nearly died a few times, all in the spirit of curiosity and adventure. Some highlights include touring North Korea to hitch-hiking across Kazakhstan. He brings his insatiable appetite for learning to the podcas ...
 
At WHOOP, we are on a mission to unlock human performance. We measure the body 24/7 and provide detailed analytics to our members regarding strain, recovery, sleep, HRV and more. Our clients range from the best professional athletes in the world, to Navy SEALs, to fitness enthusiasts, to Fortune 500 CEOs and executives. The common thread among WHOOP members is a passion to improve. What does it take to optimize performance for athletes, for executives, for anyone? We've launched this podcast ...
 
Have you ever wondered, "How did they do that?" Well, I have too! I'm Deirdre Fitzpatrick and Dying To Ask is the podcast that gets me off a TV news set and into candid conversations with authors, entrepreneurs and influencers I've been dying to talk to. So, brace yourself for a verbal gut check about what it takes to go from idea to reality. And who knows, maybe along the way we'll get some answers to the questions that you've been dying to ask.
 
Urbcast is a bilingual podcast about cities and urbanism. Every second Wednesday you will hear about my observations regarding cities, urban design, architecture, living in the Scandinavian capital of design - Copenhagen and interviews with various guests. Urbcast to dwujęzyczny podcast o miastach, urbanistyce i nie tylko. W każdą środę usłyszycie w nim o moich spostrzeżeniach dotyczących miast na całym świecie, architektury, Kopenhagi, jak i posłuchacie rozmów z różnymi gośćmi - nie tylko z ...
 
Within our variety of podcasts you will be able to access a diverse set of fascinating conversations, interviews, tips, tricks and basically everything you need to know about integrated marketing! These podcasts are highly insightful sound bites which aim to supply you with a deeper understanding of the marketing world, how it functions and the best ways in which you can market your business. We discuss a range of different topics focusing specifically on how integrated marketing can be used ...
 
The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast Featuring Dr Rod Siegel, Dr Alice McNamara an Bill Tait
 
Is your work schedule bogging you down and interfering with your plans to stay fit and healthy? Join our fitness expert Matt, and your average 9-to-5er Kriss, for weekly discussions on starting, building, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle—with a busy work schedule in mind. Expect brief and informative research that's coupled with lighthearted interviews, conversations, and exercise strategies, which you can use along your fitness journey.
 
Strength, endurance, health and injury rehabilitation advice from host Joe DeLeo, NSCA-CSCS, FMS, SFG I . This is your podcast resource for top notch tips, strategies, information and stories from strength & conditioning, rowing, running and other endurance sports as well as expert information on nutrition, health and wellness that can be applied to everyone from elite athletes to exercise enthusiasts. This podcast will feature interviews with elite and amateur athletes, strength and enduran ...
 
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0:05 - Sam Mitchell and Alistair Clarkson Rumours 4:37 - Britt's Best 7:26 - Ordering your lunch on air? 11:53 - Who ruled High School? Footy Players or Rowers 16:55 - Eagles Backline Coach, Jaymie Graham 22:10 - Rusty's Motorsport Update 26:20 - Mickey the Master See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
New Zealand's rowers have made a good start to their Olympic campaign ahead of tonight's opening ceremony in Tokyo. Four of the five New Zealand boats have made it through their heats today. Day one of the Olympic rowing regatta comes ahead of tonight's opening ceremony - that will be stripped back due to Covid-19. Clay Wilson is in Tokyo and joins…
 
With Marie and Ruby. Reaction to last night's BBC Panorama programme from Ruby Walsh and The Racing Post's Richard Forristal plus a preview of the Galway Races. Mark Langdon has the latest in the football transfer window and we ask The Southern Star's Kieran McCarthy just how talented this Irish Olympic Rowing team is! Game On.…
 
If I asked you to name one Olympic or national team doctor, you could probably only name one and it's Larry Nassar. You know his name because of the sex abuse scandal that was revealed shortly after the 2016 Rio Olympics. Larry Nassar is the former face of the medical staff at USA Gymnastics who was accused of rampant sexual abuse masked as medical…
 
Fiji's opposition leader says he won't be intimidated or silenced for criticising government over a land bill. At least seven politicians were arrested and taken into custody and questioned by police, for criticising government moves to amend land legislation. It comes as the country faces a challenging period in battling Covid-19 with rising numbe…
 
The government is looking at rejigging MIQ so it can make space for more people coming back from New South Wales. New Zealanders in Australia have until Friday to get on a flight back, before the trans-Tasman bubble fully closes for at least two months. Many already have, but some are still stuck in New South Wales with no route home because MIQ is…
 
A New Zealander with links to terrorist group Islamic State is returning from home from Turkey with her two young children, after the government signed off on her "managed return". But there are no details of what that means or what if any restrictions could be placed on her. Suhayra Aden's been in custody in Turkey since illegally trying to cross …
 
The Black Caps and their World Test Cricket Championship mace started a trip to all corners of the country today. Team members are going all the way to Bluff with the silverware this week. Tim Southee, Ajaz Patel and Will Somerville kicked off the tour with a visit to Whangārei this morning. And as Sam Olley reports, hundreds were there.…
 
Northland's jobless rate could be set to skyrocket as one of the region's biggest employers winds down. Workers at the Marsden Point oil refinery are bracing for hundreds of jobs to go next year, when the terminal is expected to move towards imports only. A shareholder meeting to decide the refinery's fate is being held next Friday. The government …
 
The lawyer for a terror suspect with links to Islamic State wont say if the woman will be monitored or subject to special restrictions when she arrives back in New Zealand with her two young children. Suhayra Aden has been in custody in Turkey since illegally trying to cross the border from Syria. The government has confirmed her "managed return" h…
 
A woman accused of being an Islamic State terrorist is set to return to New Zealand, with her two children, but the details of their return are murky. The government is giving assurances there has been extensive planning to ensure public safety when they arrive but won't front up with their plans. Here's political reporter, Katie Scotcher.…
 
Privately run isolation facilities for fully vaccinated travellers will boost business and help New Zealand reconnect with the rest of the word according to the ACT Party. It has newly released policy would allow hotels to apply for a MIQ operating license - according to what it describes as strict criteria. At the moment spots in government-contra…
 
Hayden Wilde was not the only NZ athlete in the mix for a medal today. Seventeen-year-old Erika Fairweather from Dunedin was racing for gold in the 400 metres freestyle, after smashing the NZ record late last night and earning a spot in the final. Erika missed out on a podium spot and ended up eighth. Our reporter Tess Brunton watched the race with…
 
New Zealand is on the scoreboard at Tokyo with its first Olympic medal - a surprise bronze in the men's triathlon, won by 23-year-old Hayden Wilde. The young Bay of Plenty man, and relative newbie to the sport, was in tears after storming home in third place. He said he 'fizzled' a bit in the second lap of the swim, but the Coast to Coast veteran c…
 
We are all looking to make a difference but all too often, we do not realise the impact we have made. Brought to you by The Austen Bronte Consultancy, 'The Power of Privilege and Allyship' podcast showcases the positive impact of using privilege to maximise allyship and transform lives. In this special bonus episode, Dr. Funke Abimbola (CEO and Fou…
 
Everyone watches the Olympics and it is easy to appreciate the level of skill of any athlete competing there but it is hard to understand the journey each athlete has taken to get there by just watching their final performance. In this final episode before the start of the Games, we are going to look at the behind-the-scenes stuff with Lawrence Bri…
 
The small predominantly Māori communities in Te Tairāwhiti north of Gisborne are almost fully vaccinated against Covid-19. In Te Araroa this week, close to two hundred second doses were given over two days by local vaccinators. Our reporter Tom Kitchin rolled up his sleeves to see how the roll out in the Matakaoa area up the top of the East Cape we…
 
Protesters took their chants to Auckland Council today, calling for the resource consent for a marina on Waiheke Island to be revoked. But the Council has made it clear that it cannot do anything. The Protect Pūtiki group are protesting against the development which has seen violent clashes between occupiers and security personnel. Anei te kai ripo…
 
A woman of Samoan descent who was adopted out to a palagi family says it resulted in a complete disconnect from her cultural roots. Known as Ms CU, she has told the inquiry into abuse, that although she loves her adoptive family, the placement in 1975, wasn't suitable in a cultural sense. Here's our reporter Andrew McRae.…
 
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