Alysia Montano is a 2012 Olympian for Team USA in the 800m, and a 3 time global medalist and American Record holder in the 800m and indoor 600m. She is a Momma to 2(+) babies and an advocate for Dream Maternity and Clean Sport. She's a Cali girl, calling in from the Bay Area.
Roisin is a 2008 Olympic finalist and Irish record holder in the 3000m steeplechase. She is the Co-Owner of BelieveIAm training journals and practices sports psychology consulting and counseling as a licensed mental health counselor. She recently launched Dare to Believe , an Olympic values school program in Ireland. Ro is an Irish Mammy to two girls and lives in Providence, RI.
Molly is a 2 time Olympian for Team USA in the 5000 and 10000m and American Record holder in the 10000m and half marathon. 28 x National champions. She is currently chasing Marathon dreams as a pro runner for Saucony. Molly Splits time between Scottsdale, AZ and Providence RI.
We talk with Anne Cavassa about her start in the sportswear and shoe industry, her journey through the business ranks and how doing sports, being a mother and having a female perspective all inform her leadership style.
We talk with Dr. Heather Hillsburg and Dr. Francine Darroch about lack of representation of BIPOC on three Running Magazine covers, and why Representation matters .
We talk with 2019 Pan American Games gold medalist Gwen Berry on her protest and probation by the IOC, rule 50 which silences athletes on the podium of IOC events , the hypocrisy of the IOC and why it's important to her to speak out and stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Activist, Mother, Runner, Writer and Mental Health Coach only partially describes Alison! We talk about the whiteness of the US road running scene, and have a larger conversation on race in America .
We catch up with Molly Seidel, Saucony Athlete, Notre Damer, multiple time NCAA Champ and newly minted marathoner and Olympian after finishing 2nd at the US Olympic Trials. She talks about crushing her first Marathon, how she almost didn't race it at all, managing mental health/eating disorder struggles and more.
Dr. Thorpe speaks with us on the interesting sociological perspective of pressures that may contribute to unhealthy practices for female endurance athletes regarding body image, under feuling, and even media and social media portrayal .
We talk with Sally about motherhood, the struggles of running during and after pregnancy, racing for Team USA and making the Olympic Marathon Team after medaling for Team Kenya earlier in her career, how she splits time between her two homelands and more.
We talk to 5 NCAA Coaches about their start in the profession, coaching style, mentors, barriers, resources, what's rewarding and what they love about it. Listen to : April Thomas, Diljeet Taylor, Julie Culley, Sara Slattery and Amy Rudolph!
We talk about how Lauren Philbrook and Rachel Hyland were eachother's hype women through college races, Olympic Trials of 2016, and running with their bumps in 2020 and what that experience meant and symbolized for mother-athletes everwhere.
Aliphine talks to us about competing for the USA (winning 10 titles so far!), what her life in Kenya was like, and how she hopes to inspire young girls to chase big dreams.
Marielle talks to us about being in such a deep and talented training group (Bowerman), being a black distance runner in a largely white space, who she looks up to, what motivates her and how she loves story telling in sports.
Ayesha talks to us about why it's important to diversify endurance sports like cycling, how cycling could be more unified, and the struggles and triumphs shes faced in her efforts to represent black cyclists.
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