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Dr. Kirstin Lauritzen returns this week to discuss the nutritional needs of pregnant women. We begin with pre-pregnancy and prenatal vitamins and supplements, how will pre-pregnancy nutrition change for athletes vs non-athletes, pre pregnancy balancing gut health before you even think about conceiving, and folic acid. Pregnancy needs are divided in…
 
On S3E3 of The WeCOACH Podcast presented by Hudl, Megan Kahn chats with Mickey Grace; a single mom, a NFL scouting apprentice with the LA Rams, high school coach and teacher, and an absolute inspiration for Black women. Mickey candidly shares how she’s learned to trust her instincts, prepare for opportunities, keep mom guilt in perspective, and nav…
 
On this week’s episode Sky Blue FC General Manager Alyse LaHue joins us to talk women’s soccer and she also shares some of the top national news in women’s sport that she collates for her weekly Women’s Sports Business Newsletter. We hear what pre-season involves at Sky Blue FC and how this NWSL club is facing a second season during a pandemic. Aly…
 
On this week’s episode of Tri This, Kirstin follows up on last week’s topics and dives into further specifics for women in relation to fueling and nutrition. She covers her fail-proof tips to make sure she is eating enough throughout the week and some of the pitfalls women typically find themselves in when it comes to RED-S, nutrition and training.…
 
The story of this week’s guest Ogonna Nnamani begins when her parents arrived in Normal, IL to become students after leaving Nigeria during its civil war. Following the birth of Ogonna, they decided to stay to ensure that she and her siblings received a good education. Little did they know she would become a four-time All American volleyball player…
 
Here we go for a brand new show with two true Leos; Naya and Lo… yes this is a Rugby Podcast with a difference. These two powerful Leos are none other than Winger Naya Tapper and her teammate Center and Prop for USA Sevens Ilona Maher. So how did they become fast friends off the field and what do they get up to when they’re not training? We’ll hear…
 
This has been an epic couple of weeks in the sailing world delivered by both the Vendee Globe and Americas Cup . Both remarkable with regards to sporting achievement and inspirational in terms of dealing with the highs and lows. The need for positive role models, has never been greater, given this, host, Abby Ehler is really pleased to be chatting …
 
This week, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Nefertiti Walker, a Tucker Center Affiliated Scholar, and Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Chief Diversity Officer, and Associate Professor of Sport Management at UMass Amherst. Her area of expertise pertains to exclusionary aspects of the sport organizational culture around intersectional…
 
Team USA Reporter Peggy Shinn joins Nancy and Chris this week to preview the upcoming FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo. Will Switzerland’s Lara Gut Behrami continue her cracking form in the Super G following three wins in World Cup? And how will the Italian team fare after losing Sofia Goggia to injury last week? Peggy has…
 
In this week’s episode of Tri This, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen discusses the most frequently asked questions she gets when she talks about triathlon: "How much do you train? Where do you train, especially right now? How much and what do you eat?". They are really important when it comes to training for triathlon because it really isn't as many hours as y…
 
In S3E2 of The WeCOACH Podcast presented by Hudl, guest-host Marci Kornegay chats with Kari Krakow, Head Track and Cross-Country Coach at Portage High School in Portage, Wisconsin. Kari is founder of WISTCA Women4Women, an initiative to inspire, elevate, and increase more women in coaching across the state. Our conversation weaves through the chall…
 
Nancy has rounded up the top stories in women’s sport from around the world this week and adds her own commentary to each topic with her usual insight. And Chris talks to Florida based event rider and coach Sara Kozumplik Murphy about a recent blog in which she spoke about the process of learning to be an athlete. She explains while goals are impor…
 
In this episode of Tri This, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen discusses the question she gets asked the most, “Why Ironman”? She is taking us with her as she trains for the Coeur D’Alene Ironman June 27th, 2021. In this episode she explains that part of the draw for her to sport and training is how they have taught her skills and tools that she can apply in ev…
 
Kimmy Fasani has been a pioneer in women’s snowboarding since she became the first female snowboarder to land a double backflip in the park and the powder in 2011. A powerhouse in the sport, her career includes incredible highs and the inevitable lows like a pelvis injury that would make most people hang up their board and retire. After becoming a …
 
At the age of ten Courtney Kupets loved gymnastics and, decades later, she still does. Her motto to find the best in a tough or hard situation describes her positive nature and joy in competition and life. Courtney has gone from being an Olympian in Athens, Greece in 2004 to being named the Head Coach of the Bulldogs in Athens, GA in 2017. Courtney…
 
Launching a third season of Tucker Center Talks, Dr. LaVoi talks to colleague Dr. Laura Burton, Professor and Department Head, of Neag School of Education at U Conn. Dr. Burton is a Tucker Center affiliated scholar, gender and sport leadership expert, and a woman who has lived a personal and professional life fighting for gender equity. She co-edit…
 
Chris and Nancy dive into the top news stories this week from around the world of women’s sport and we have breaking news that England Soccer Coach has resigned. Alison Donnelly from the women’s rugby website Scrum Queens joins us to talk about the state of the women’s game and how the competition season is unfolding in 2021 with the cancellation o…
 
In this brand new show and first episode of Tri This, Kirstin Lauritzen takes us on her journey as a triathlete. We are talking all about triathlon, the different disciplines, nutrition and how she first got started in this sport. You are going to get an inside look into her training as each week Kirstin is taking us with her as she trains for the …
 
The WeCOACH Podcast presented by Hudl and hosted by Megan Kahn kicks off a new season with Nicole Van Dyke, University of Washington women’s soccer head coach. Nicole shares her inside track on coaching soccer in today’s world. She breaks down some of the important lessons learned throughout her career journey, her emphasis on team culture, and bui…
 
On our weekly roundup of top news stories in women’s sport, Chris and Nancy discuss the latest results in World Cup skiing from St. Anton and Flachau, Tokyo Olympic news, rugby news and more. And Chris chats to Gill Coultard, the first woman to reach 100 caps for England who retired ion 2000 and was awarded the MBE in the N ew Year’s Honors. Gill r…
 
Welcome back to season two of Mum’s the Word. Thanks for joining us again for another series of interviews with pro athlete moms, health professionals and fitness experts. This week’s guest Sarah Wassner Flynn grew up as a very athletic woman. She competed in Division 1 cross country and track and field in high school, and went on to compete in col…
 
Cristina Teuscher always felt that it was in the water when she was the most comfortable and this was due to mother taking her to the pool when she needed to calm her down. And from happy place came one of the breakthrough swimmers in the world at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Cristina recounts her breakthrough, and then her unheard of decision, to go…
 
We’re back with a new season of the WiSP Sports Desk, with Nancy Gillen and Chris Stafford bringing you a round up of international news in women’s sport. There is already big stories breaking in this first week and Nancy unpacks them starting with the Tokyo Olympics. And we catch up with Canadian Slalom Canoeist and WiSP Ambassador, Haley Daniels,…
 
On this first episode of 2021 our regular contributor, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin D. We have briefly talked about the benefits of Vitamin D in previous episodes, so today we are diving deep. It’s of course, January, and we are getting close to the dead center of winter. For people that live in darker areas of …
 
This week’s guest is 1993 winner and softball player Lisa Fernandez who credits the support and opportunity that her Cuban father and Puerto Rican mother gave her in sport from an early age. Her father encouraging her to develop her physical strength and her mother guiding her to be an independent and strong woman. Both attributes might be perceive…
 
For the season finale of Mum’s the Word, Sarah Newberry Moore and Pamela Relph Jones look back on what was a jam-packed season with a wonderful selection of inspirational and empowering sportswomen talking about wearing two hats; being an athlete and a mother. It was an emotional journey to get to this point, and Pam and Sarah recall some of their …
 
On this final episode of 2020 Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers another nutrient highlight: Vitamin C. This topic is a hefty one as Vitamin C is one of the most common supplemented vitamins of them all. You’ve likely heard of its benefit on the immune system, and it’s a powerful antioxidant. Dr K discusses the ins and o…
 
On this month’s show Abby's guests are both accomplished match racers and they delve into the discipline of Match Racing, which featured as an Olympic Event in the 2012 Olympic Games. Anna Östling and Annie Wennergren both hail from Sweden, with their team ‘WINGS’ they have been in and out of the number one spot on the women’s match racing circuit …
 
Marci is joined by Mel Davidson, former Head Coach of Team Canada Women’s Ice Hockey team. A trailblazing coach, mentor, and newly appointed sport advisor with Own the Podium, Mel shares insights on life as a coach at the highest level and her greatest takeaways that have motivated her to remain a strong advocate for girls and women in sport and co…
 
Chris and Nancy look back on 2020 in this review of women’s sport in a year like no other in our lifetime. The disruption to sport caused by a global pandemic will make the year memorable for all the wrong reasons. Before the winter was out the calendar was upended and cancellations scribbled across dates around the globe from grassroots to Olympic…
 
On this week’s episode our guest is Kaylin Richardson, a two-time Olympian in Alpine Skiing, four-time National Alpine Champion, and a member of the U.S. Ski Team fo ten years. Kaylin was raised in Minnesota and followed her brothers into ski racing. After she retired from professional racing in 2010 she moved to Utah to focus on free-skiing and ba…
 
Julie Shea is a four time USA World Cross Country Team member, eight-time Collegiate National Champion and 1980 CWSA Cup (then Broderick, now Honda) Winner who shares her love of running and desire to give back to the sport. She credits her family and father’s interest in being active as the basis of her running. From leisurely running to being tim…
 
Ella and Georgina’s guest this week is Australian netball player Sarah Wall who began her professional playing career in 2005 for the Melbourne Vixens and has since played for the Queensland Firebirds, NSW Swifts and Sydney Giants. Sarah is also the founder and CEO of NETFIT, which develops netball training programs for grassroots players across th…
 
On this season finale, Nicole talks to colleague Dr. Akilah Carter Francique, Executive Director for The Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change (ISSSSC) at San Jose State, which continues the legacy and dialogue about athlete activism and the influence of sport in effecting positive social change. Akilah was part of a scholarly…
 
Chris and Nancy roundup the top stories from around the world of women’s sport and this week we revisit an interview with Kacey Lee Bellamy an American ice hockey defender, Olympic gold and two-time silver medalist, and seven-time IIHF World Women's Championship winner. She currently plays for the Boston Pride in the National Women's Hockey League …
 
This week we are joined by pro athlete and women’s fitness expert Lisa MacDonald. Lisa’s interest in women’s health and fitness started during her own athletic upbringing in equestrian sport. She moved into the fitness industry through the painful all-in-one exercise of kettlebells. Her story of how her body image has adapted and changed through he…
 
On this week’s episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin A; it’s essential that’s for sure, but should athletes really be supplementing with a bunch of antioxidants? We’ve been hounded to support our immune systems and athletes are known to take sports supplements, wh…
 
Three-time Olympic bobsledder Kaillie Humphries is the only woman to win back to back Olympic gold medals as well as being a three-time World Champion. Having just completed the US National Trials, she is in the process of making the cut to compete in next year’s World Championships and the 2022 Olympics in Beijing. If you follow the sport you will…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to a previous guest, Dr. Joyce Olushola Ogunrinde, an Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance and scholar activist at the University of Houston. Recently Dr. Joyce was a panelist for the Tucker Center DLS on the voices of resistance of Black women in activism, and in sport in particular. We hear her …
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is alongside Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. Joining us this week is U.S. Grand Prix Dressage rider, Pan American Gold and Silver Medalist and London Olympic Alternate Heather Blitz who has taken to a different saddle to get her adrena…
 
We welcome Molly Dickens from &Mother as our guest this week. Molly is a PhD stress physiologist, maternal health advocate, co-founder of &Mother, a non-profit organization dedicated to breaking down some of the barriers that keep women from ‘having it all’. Molly co-founded this organization with Alysia Montano, who you might know as one of the le…
 
The 1978 CWSA Honda Cup Winner, Ann Meyers, and her ten brothers and sisters received parental support and encouragement in their sport growing up, and equally so, which was not always the case in the 60’s. Since no female sports were available on TV, Ann’s dreams were carved from reading a book on Babe Didrikson Zaharias, an American athlete who e…
 
On this week’s episode Ella and Georgina talk to Australian soccer player Emily Gielnik, who has just finished a season playing for Vittsjo in the Swedish Women’s League. Emily played in the W-League since 2009 when she made her debut for Brisbane Roar, a club she will be returning to for the 2020/21 Australian W-League season. Emily has been a mem…
 
This week Marci Kornegay is in the host chair to spend some time with one of the most influential and hardest working women in the wrestling community, Julia Salata. Not yet ready to retire from senior level competition, Julia is the King University Assistant Wrestling Coach and works with Wrestle Like A Girl as the Collegiate Initiatives Program M…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. Earlier this week, Chris spoke to US Bobsled's three-time Olympian - the only woman to win back to back gold medals and a three-time World Champion, Kaillie Humphries who had just completed …
 
Olympic gold medalist Laura Wilkinson, ‘The Comeback Queen’, join Pam and Sarah this week to share her inspirational story. Laura competed for the USA at the Sydney, Athens and Beijing Olympic Games, retiring at age 30 to start a family. When the world had watched the best of pro diving, Laura announced her comeback, making a bid for the 2020 (now …
 
On this week’s episode of Sound Bites, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers our next nutrient highlight: Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, may not be an essential vitamin directly related to sports, but it is necessary for many processes in the body. If you have migraines, chronic headaches, or if you are curious to le…
 
On this week’s episode, Nicole talks to three advocates, scholars, collaborators, colleagues and #disruptHERS — Dr. Nancy Lough, Dr. Ann Pegoraro and Dr. Katie Lebel — about recent disruptions in sport, as they relate to women and politics. The women talk about how the recent U.S. elections intersect with women in leadership, how the Women’s Nation…
 
On our weekly news magazine show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games who has the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Carly Harper, host of The Lovely Biertrix podcast and Roller Derby announcer. Carly explains how the Covid pandemic has brought the sport to a standstill and how it’s su…
 
This week’s guest is one that Pam and Sarah have been looking forward to for a while. Jessica Phoenix is a top-ranked Canadian Eventer and member of the Canadian Eventing team, representing Canada at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games as well as three World Equestrian Games and four Pan American Games. Jess grew up riding horses, started ju…
 
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