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FAIR PLAY: S1E3 - Maia Lewis, Roslyn Kerr

This month on FAIR PLAY Zoe George is joined by sports psychologist Karen Nimmo again and they cover a range of topics affecting women in New Zealand sport. Former White Fern Maia Lewis steps up to the crease this summer to commentate cricket – men’s international cricket that is, and we know Zoe enjoys talking about cricket! Then, dividing sport by gender – is it time this stopped? Leading academic Roslyn Kerr from Lincoln University on how to think about sport and the gender binary...

Duration: 00:29:28

The Inside Line: S1E9 - Roni Remme Tops NorAm Standings

At roughly halfway through the ski season, Roni Remme leads the NorAm overall standings. In fact, the Canadian leads the standings in every discipline but GS, and she has won nearly 50 percent of the NorAm races she has started in this season. The powers that be saw her speed in December and decided it was time to test her skills at the next level. The former University of Utah athlete made her World Cup debut in the speed races at Lake Louise, Canada, but didn’t hit her stride until she...

Duration: 00:30:53

mentallyfit: S1E5: Alcohol and Drug Abuse

On this week’s episode Kendra shares some of her experiences while offering advice and information on alcohol and drug abuse, including prescription medication as it pertains to mental health. She explains with the definition around addiction and how it pertains to mental illness and quite honestly addiction is on the DSM for mental illness. It’s not one or the other. It’s often runs of a concurrent disorder. kendra believes that we have this, especially in the athletic world; we have this...

Duration: 00:14:10

Ruck On: S2E2 - Kim Donaldson & Chris Stafford

Retired Team Canada Hooker Kim Donaldson and rugby fan Chris Stafford discuss the latest news in women’s rugby from around the world. The top story comes from Rugby Australia, which has made a new collective bargaining agreement that will guarantee women’s and men’s 7s and Super Rugby starters the same base pay and making history for the women’s game by leading the way to pay equity for the leading nations. In Europe the Six Nations tournament gets underway next month and Kim has the scoop...

Duration: 00:24:49

WiSP Amazons: Holly Budge; Adventurer & Conservationist

Britain’s Holly Budge started off her sporting life while still a toddler when she began riding eventually taking up eventing. when she reached 20 something she discovered skydiving and was soon to move to New Zealand where she learned filming and became the first woman to became the third woman in New Zealand at the time to be a skydiving camerawoman. In 2008 she took up her next challenge and became the first woman to skydive off Mount Everest. The following year, she took part in the...

Duration: 00:32:07

Talking Point: S1E4 - Lisa Ingarfield & Laura Okmin - How Women are Marginalized in Sport’s Media

Lisa Ingarfield continues to delve deeply into some of the systemic barriers facing women in sport and women’s sport in general, to examine some of the deep seated and persistent problems facing women, to think about how we can change that culture. On this episode Lisa discusses with Fox Sports Reporter Laura Okmin, how women are marginalized in sports media both in terms of opportunity and their treatment. The full transcript and links can be found on the show page of our website at...

Duration: 01:02:54

The FAB Podcast S1E1 - Meet the FAB Founder Kristin Ray

Welcome to a brand new podcast with Females in Athletic Business (FAB) that will be covering the many aspects of women working in the sport’s business. DaTorria Robinson and Kristen Reenders are the hosts of this monthly show and their first guest is the founder of FAB, Kristin Ray. And a big welcome and thank you to our sponsors It’s On Everywhere. Visit FAB at for more information and follow them on social media @FABsportsorg and @itsoneverywhere. Full show notes and...

Duration: 00:26:09

The Sailing Show with Annie Lush

Annie Lush is currently in Auckland recovering from an injury she sustained on Leg 3 of the Volvo Ocean Race aboard Team Brunel when she suffered a fracture to L1 as well as two broken bones in her right foot. She joined Chris Stafford to discuss the race as the teams head north and her hopes of getting back on the boat in Hong Kong, plus news of more opportunities for women to sail on bigger boats, thanks to The Magenta Project. Full show notes and links are on the show page of our website...

Duration: 00:27:27

mentallyfit: S1E4 - The Reality of New Year’s Resolutions

Kendra Fisher takes a close look at the reality of making New Year’s Resolutions and why it’s important if you struggle with the holiday season to manage expectations. Drawing your own line in the sand is something you have control of when the world is seemingly spinning around you. When you are being challenged with a mental health conditions setting goals that you’re comfortable with provides a helpful structure as Kendra explains with tools to help you cope. Visit mentallyfit for more...

Duration: 00:14:41

The Inside Line: S1E8 - Courcheval, Lienz & Oslo World Cup Recap

The Inside Line is ringing in the new year with a recap of the FIS Audi Courchevel, Lienz and Oslo World Cup races. Gabbi Hall talks to American ace Mikaela Shiffrin about her continued dominance on the World Cup tour. Meanwhile, her competitors discuss trying to catch her as Shiffrin has already racked up a huge lead in the World Cup overall standings. The Inside Line is a co-production of Ski Racing Media & WiSP Sports and sponsored by Team Ski Safe. Full show notes and links are on the...

Duration: 00:30:10

Off the Front: S1E6 - Martina Brimmer

On the first episode of 2018, Elizabeth Emery talks to Martina Brimmer, co-founder of SWIFT Industries which is a bicycle bag maker located in Seattle, Washington. Martina talks about her life as a female adventurer, an entrepreneur, and the realities of running a small business about which she’s passionate. We hear how most of the fabrics are U.S. made, including the new waterproof canvas, designed with their input, and all the cutting and sewing is done in Seattle. Full show notes and...

Duration: 00:40:00

The Inside Line: S1E7 - Val d’Isere & Courcheval

Bonjour! Bienvenue! Grab a croissant. Put on a beret and a fur coat, and imagine yourself in the midst of the French Alps. It’s time for The Inside Line that we recorded in France between World Cup races. It’s been a speed-centric couple weeks on the ladies’ tour so this week we focus on the excitement in Val d’Isere and Courcheval. Everything from Anna Veith’s Super G win to Alice Merryweather’s first World Cup points is on the table–and in the podcast. Plus, we check in with none other...

Duration: 00:35:59

Talking Point: S1E3 - Lisa Ingarfield & Nancy Hogshead-Makar

Lisa Ingarfield and civil rights advocate Nancy Hogshead-Makar discuss the legal, systemic and cultural structures behind the athlete-coach relationship that provides an environment for sexual abuse to go unchecked and exploited by abusers. They unpack the work that is being done to prevent it and by educating our communities, coaches, athletes, parents to shift the culture around sexual abuse in sport. Nancy is a 1984 Olympic gold medalist swimmer, and the chief executive officer of...

Duration: 00:54:34

mentallyfit: S1E3 - The Negative Effects of Screen Time & Social Media

Kendra Fisher offers a frank and realistic examination of the subtle ways that exposure to computers and social media is effecting all of us but critically its impact on children. She shares evidence of the effects that computer screens are having on young children and bases her recommendations for changing these habits on actual experiences explaining why limiting time is critical to development. The results of scientific studies show that children below the age of two should be limited...

Duration: 00:15:04

Athlete Profile: Hayley Nixon - Canoe Ocean Racing

South African Hayley Nixon became the 2017 ICF Canoe Ocean Racing World Champion in Hong Kong this fall having already won the ICF World Cup Nelo Summer Challenge. In 2016 she made her mark in the sport by becoming the World Surfski Series Champion. Since the world championships Hayley won the Palm2Pines race in Sydney. And her next race is the 56 kilometer Cape Point Challenge canoe ocean racing event in Cape Town to finish the year. Before taking up Surfski Hayley was a rower and...

Duration: 00:35:51

FAIR PLAY: S1E3 - Rachael Carter, Samara Pepperell, Alethea Boon

Samara Pepperell aka Lady Trample has been in the U.S. competing in the Roller Derby World Champs where she was named MVP. Zoe George and her guest co-host para climber Rachael Carter talk about encouraging other women to lace up their skates. Then we pump some iron with Alethea Boon, who will be representing NZ at the Commonwealth Games next year for the third time, but the first time in weight lifting. Full show notes and links are on the show page of our website at...

Duration: 00:29:42

The Inside Line: S1E6 - Killington & Lake Louise Review

Gabbi Hall reviews the two North American World Cup events in this episode which features post race interviews with Mikaela Shiffrin, Tina Weirather, Lindsey Vonn and Cornelia Huetter. The season has ramped up in North America with stops in Killington, Vermont and Lake Louise, Canada. We’re now officially in the part of winter where the racing is nonstop, which is great news for this podcast because we have a lot to talk about. The Inside Line is a co-production of WiSP Sports & Ski...

Duration: 00:30:06

the SIRI & BEK show: S1E2 - Preparing to Retire

The dynamic partnership of Siri Lindley & Bek Keat share their inimitable enthusiasm for life in this episode as they discuss how important it is for athletes to truly examine who they really are beyond their sport as a way to find their path once they retire. Leaving a sport as an athlete can be hard for many who have made the sport their life and so often they don’t have a clear idea of what they will do after they retire. These two world champions are happily enjoying their retirement...

Duration: 00:35:46

Jennifer Uteda: She Warriors

Jennifer Uteda is the Executive Producer of She Warriors, a documentary series that tells the stories of brave women who have made an impact in the world and embody the true feminine spirit. Jennifer spent almost 18 years as a Marketer, creating trailers, television spots and digital content for studios and television networks. She Warriors came about because powerful women inspire her every day. “I see these unsung heroes living their life purpose and helping others along the way and...

Duration: 00:17:35

Off The Front: S1E5 - Marion Clignet, Anna Maria Wolf

Elizabeth Emery talks to fabled French-American cyclist Marion Clignet, and Anna Maria Wolf who founded the women’s cycling blog Pretty. Damned. Fast, and owns the commuting-focused bike shop Sun & Air in Brooklyn, NY. Marion Clignet’s illustrious career is filled with amazing accomplishments: she was 10 time French national Champion, 6 time World Champion, twice Olympic silver medalist, and has over 250 victories, including stage wins in the Tour de France. This is even more amazing...

Duration: 00:45:31

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