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The Podium: An NBC Olympics podcast. Join us for insider coverage during the 17 intense days of competition at the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. In the run-up to the opening ceremony, we’ll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the Olympics and those that will shape the Tokyo Olympics, plus an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes themselves can tell.
 
Three men who dream of Olympic glory and have as much athletic prowess as a piece of cheese sit down (or stand up) and discuss the Olympics, bringing you daily updates, segments and attempted humour that would make even the most passionate Olympics fan in the world crack a wry smile. Well, at least we hope. If it doesn't then we'll gladly give you your money back.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday Morning, Michael "Big Chops" Mills, James "The Mic Dr" Lawhorn and Lamar "Matrix" Lovelace, bring what's happening in the world of sports. Football to Basketball, Baseball to Hockey, they have an opinion, from a fans point of view. Available on ITunes, Spotify, Google Podcast, and sites where podcast are found. Also, the host want to hear from you. For comments and suggestions, reach out to the hosts atThesportsPodiumPodcast@gmail.com.
 
In this bi-weekly podcast, Charlie Webster and Professor James Morton chat to world-renowned athletes and respected experts in performance and nutrition to bring you the insights that make your favourite sports men and women, faster, stronger and fitter. Each episode will make use of James' paper to podium approach that consists of applying the latest scientific research to training regimes in order to fuel a winning performance. You’ll be able to put some olympic-athlete-worthy tips and tri ...
 
Voor acteurs, cabaretiers en muzikanten is het dagelijkse kost: op een podium staan voor een zaal vol publiek, recensenten, én verwachtingen. Maar eigenlijk is het een vreemd beroep, midden in de spotlights staan; bekeken en beoordeeld worden. Wat doet dat met je? In de podcastserie Podiumbeesten spreken we mensen voor wie het podium hun werkterrein is.
 
The Podcast for Conductors and Students. On Podium Time we interview professional, established, and emerging conductors and teachers from orchestras, symphonies, ballets, operas, and bands around the globe. We dig into the weeds of score study, rehearsal, leadership, musicianship, education, classical and contemporary composers, and all the things that they don't teach us in school. Please visit https://PodiumTimePod.com to view show notes and all episodes.
 
Vanaf 17 januari kun je luisteren de Podium Witteman Podcast. Hierin duikt presentator Floris Kortie samen met zijn collega’s en tafelgasten elke week in de wereld van de klassieke muziek. Geen onderwerp wordt geschuwd: van podiumangst tot foute componisten, van historische opnames tot bloederige sterfscenes uit de operageschiedenis: alles is bespreekbaar! Luister elke week via je favoriete podcastapp of op nporadio4.nl
 
Im Interview-Podcast von PODIUM Esslingen trifft Julian Stahl Künstler*innen und Expert*innen, Produzent*innen und Macher*innen und unterhält sich mit ihnen über die Zukunft (klassischer) Musik. Welche drängenden Zukunftsfragen beschäftigen sie gerade? Woher nehmen sie ihren Antrieb immer wieder nach Vorne zu schauen? Anregungen, Kritik, Themen- und Gästewünsche: podcast@podium-esslingen.de Der Podcast wird ermöglicht durch die freundliche Unterstützung der Stiftung Kunst und Kultur der Spa ...
 
NZZ-Po­di­um ist die Ver­an­stal­tungs­rei­he der Neu­en Zür­cher Zei­tung AG zu The­men un­se­rer Zeit. In Re­fe­ra­ten und an­schlies­sen­den Dis­kus­sio­nen wer­den Fra­gen und Her­aus­for­de­run­gen aus den Be­rei­chen Po­li­tik, Wirt­schaft, Kul­tur und Wis­sen­schaft er­ör­tert. Jour­na­lis­ten aus dem Hau­se NZZ kom­men mit Ex­per­ten in­ter­na­tio­na­ler Kom­pe­tenz zu­sam­men, um dem Pu­bli­kum aus nächs­ter Nähe Ein­blick in ihre Tä­tig­keit zu ge­ben. NZZ-Po­di­um setzt auf Qua­li ...
 
Welcome to "Making the Podium" - a fortnightly podcast for ambitious, bold & daring business owners, entrepreneurs and marketing professionals who want to be at the cutting edge of innovation in the sports, health & wellbeing industries. With over 25 years experience in the leisure industry, your host, Chris Sharman, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Topodium Group, has been lucky enough to work with businesses across the globe developing innovative products and cutting edge brands f ...
 
The key to life is being able to personally apply the advice you give to others. In this show, Jared Cohen, Alexandra Ellis, and guests discuss the struggles, philosophies, and evolving practices of coaching—being a coach, having a coach, and or any avenue of providing value for another individual that advances his or her life.Using the three EX’s as our guide: Experience, Experimentation, Example. Experience - What do you bring to the table both professionally and personally when interactin ...
 
Denise is the former Scotland National Coach for Netball, and the founder of the business Class Performance – Excellence Within. She has over 30 years of experience in performance sport as an athlete, selector, mentor, performance director, and, more recently, as a national coach. Her highlight was leading the Scottish Thistles, via 46 International CAPS from World Ranking 17th to 12th to qualify for the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow 2014. This podcast series is for sportspeople, male a ...
 
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Athletes prioritizing their health and wellbeing has been a through line in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games. And while that may sound like a given considering these are the highest performing physical specimens on earth, the public is being exposed more than ever to the hardships often hidden by the podium steps or outshined by the glimmer of Olympic …
 
A golden day 12 for both Australia & Canada is in the books as we go over everything that happened and more! How excited were we to finally get our sailing gold for Australia? Were Australia's two bronzes somewhat of a shock? How did we feel the skateboarding went a second time around? Is Peter Bol the new hero Australia needed? Is Canada getting e…
 
Simone Biles pulls out of most events due to Mental Health concerns. Carson Wentz puts the Colts Championship hopes on hold, due to a foot injury. NBA Free Agency is moving players around. These topics and more during this August 3rd episode. "Welcome to the Show!"由James "The Mic Doctor" Lawhorn, Lamar "Matrix" Lovelace, & Michael "Big Chops" Mills
 
Professional rugby union player Jack Willis, and musculoskeletal expert Professor Keith Baar join Charlie and James to explore injury and how best to recover from career-threatening injuries. You often can’t have a conversation about sports performance without coming across the topic of injury, so in this episode Wasps flanker, Jack shares his expe…
 
Whether through research, teaching, or creating student assignments, we work with copyrighted materials all the time. How can we be sure that we, and our students, are using copyrighted materials appropriately in our classrooms? Perry Collins, UF’s scholarly communications librarian breaks down copyright law and fair use, and provides useful questi…
 
In unserer fünften pod_cast Folge sprechen wir mit Anne Reischmann, die das Prädikat "Podium" aktuell verdient wie kaum eine andere: Vor wenigen Tagen gelang ihr zum ersten Mal der Sprung nach ganz oben bei einer IRONMAN 70.3-Distanz. Und so viel steht fest: Das war erst der Anfang. Die Quereinsteigerin spricht über ihren (Um-) Weg zum Triathlon, d…
 
A few days ago, we referenced our sister podcast, In the Village, hosted by Elizabeth Beisel. Her recent interview with Katie Ledecky was so insightful and fun that we wanted to share it to The Podium audience. So for today’s episode of our show, Katie Ledecky hauls her medal collection to In the Village to catch up with former teammate Elizabeth B…
 
Another day of Tokyo 2020 is done and another episode of your favourite Olympics podcast is here to go over everything that happened! How amazed are we that Norway apparently are as fast off snow as they are on it? How amazing was sport climbing to finally watch? How frustrated are both Canada and Australia for double fourth places in the cycling? …
 
When you win a medal at the Olympic Games, your names is etched in history and plastered all over the ticker tape. Sometimes, the names of our Olympic champions fit just a little too well and lead us to ask: Is it in the name? Jagger Eaton explains his family’s naming conventions and not so rock’n’roll celebration plans. Tennys Sandgren and Austin …
 
After the highs of yesterday it's time to calm ourselves down for a quieter day as we are back to cover all the action of day 10 of Tokyo 2020! How are we feeling about the legend that is Andrew Hoy claiming another couple of sneaky medals? Is Canada set to explode after their massive win in the soccer? Are we missing the swimming already? How are …
 
What just happened and what might happen are the two things an Olympic athlete can’t do much about. Getting past them, as we’ll hear, is a challenge at every level. To explore the mindset of taking the games stroke by stroke, we spoke with Gold medalist Chase Kalisz about staying ready overnight for morning finals and with golfers finishing their f…
 
It's a groundbreaking & record breaking day for both Australia & Canada at the Olympics and we're back to go over everything that happened & more on day 8 of Tokyo 2020! Just how will this day be remembered when it comes to Australia's esteemed Olympic history? Can we officially crown Emma McKeon as the new queen of Australia? Can we officially cro…
 
Two sports new to the Olympics in Tokyo are based on imagination. Visualizing and then executing a sequence of movements in precise order and in total control are key to both Sport climbing and Karate’s Kata. We revisit Sakura Kokumai’s explanation of Kata as the first practice takes place on Olympic day 8. Off the tatami and onto a wholly vertical…
 
As we reach the halfway point of Tokyo 2020 it's time to come back and chat about another golden day for Australia and another silver day for Canada with plenty to discuss as always! We celebrate the new equal record holder of medals won by an Australian Emma McKeon and talk up how tomorrow could be a big day for both Australia and Canada at the Ol…
 
Time, it’s the measure by which most sports are played. For 3x3 Basketball and Olympic boxing, two sports with more prominent and lengthy versions, the lack of time plays a huge role in making every move more crucial and exciting. We caught up with Team USA’s 3x3 Women’s Basketball team and finals-bound boxers to see what’s it’s like to have no tim…
 
A golden day for both Australia and Canada today and we're back to go over everything that happened and more! How excited are we to see Emma McKeon win gold and Cate Campbell actually come through for a medal? What about Canada being good at having lots of people in boats stroking? How is Canada reacting to Rosie MacLennan not defending her gold me…
 
Two countries with strong hockey ties look to begin new legacies of success in the summer sport by leveraging their history and history-making into participation and support back home. We’re joined by Elizabeth Murphy, who is not only part of the first Irish women’s field hockey team at the Olympics, her squad is the first female Olympic team of an…
 
Another golden day for Australia and a day that brought us the gold we most wanted as we celebrate Jess Fox finally getting to the top of the podium! Yes, everyone's favourite Australia has finally broken through for that elusive gold, and it's time to celebrate her in every single way! We also go gobbilty gook for Zac Stubblety-Cook, celebrate Can…
 
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are alive with beeps, from vending machines to the backing up of athlete transport shuttles. Most of us don’t think twice about the virtual birdsong of digital chirps around us. But for some athletes, that’s the sound of their most ambitious dreams coming true. Hear from Connor Fields, the defending Gold medalist in Men’s BM…
 
An absolutely epic and history making day 5 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics is in the books with so many medals coming our way (for Australia, sorry Canada) that we barely know where to start! We talk up just how Tasmania is higher on the medal tally than most nations, and just how they are comparing to Canada right now. We also find out just how good r…
 
We’re sharing an episode of the new TODAY podcast – live from Tokyo! Join Savannah Guthrie & Hoda Kotb each morning for all the insider news, history making moments, and great interviews from the Olympics. You can LISTEN to us anywhere you go! On your commute or on the run, you’ll get your daily dose of news, every morning. Follow and listen to TOD…
 
While participants at these Olympics are well-versed in guidelines, mother nature follows no such plans. As tropical storm Nepartak threatened to strengthen into a Typhoon and make landfall on July 27th, organizers and athletes began treating the weather as more than small talk. We connected with surfers to see how a disruptive force for other even…
 
Another golden day for Australia and Canada is here and we're back to cover all of that and more with our Tokyo 2020 day 4 recap! Why are we pumping our own tires today by declaring that THE CURSE IS IN THE PURSE? Was the 100m backstroke final the best event so far of the Olympics? Why is Kaylee McKeown the hero we never knew we needed? Is our comm…
 
The US Men's Olympic team fails to win game one in Tokyo and some believe its due the spoiled generation of US Athlete. Deshaun Watson prepare to show for Texans training camp, with trials looming, while reports of Aaron Rodgers to sign and play for Green Bay. Somehow, it seems like money eventually won for both players. This and more during this J…
 
After failing to win a medal on the opening day of the Summer Olympics for the first time since 1972, the United States has secured its first podiums in Tokyo, unleashing a flurry of hardware for Team USA. Connect with Jay Litherland and Emma Weyant, the U.S. athletes who helped uncork the medal count, to hear how good victory tastes! Listen to The…
 
Another day of Tokyo is behind us and it's been a golden day for both Australia & Canada...but more importantly TASMANIA! Yes that's right, Tasmania is finally on the board after an epic day that we will celebrate! We go over all the medal wins and talk up why Tasmania clearly is the star of the day. We also find out why watching the triathlon was …
 
What is lost can’t be replaced, but it can drive us to new heights. That’s the case for so many things about the 2020 Tokyo Games, dubbed the “Reconstruction Olympics”, from the venues to the athletes competing in them. On Olympic Day 2, we take you to the small exhibit that’s at the heart of the biggest sporting event on earth. Italian rower Luca …
 
After a golden day for Australia and a silver day for Canada, it's time to bring the squad back together for another epic recap of the Tokyo Olympics by going over everything that happened on day 2 of the games! Just how pumped are we all to have so many medals won by both nations? How great are we at swimming commentary? Is it time to finally prai…
 
The new Olympic sports in Tokyo might be brand new for many fans of the games, but they begin an exciting fresh chapter of an existing book. This gives us a rare opportunity to discover “new veterans”. Hear how Felipe Gustavo risked it all to make his mark on street skateboarding and showed a generation of skaters that a gritty Brazilian competitiv…
 
The first day of competition at Tokyo 2020 is finally upon us which means we're back to go over all the excitement and action that it brought us! How disappointed are we all that there were no medals for either Canada or Australia on the first day? How can we use our commentary skills to perfection when it comes to the great sport of dressage? Did …
 
The day has come. After an unprecedented leadup, the wait is over: The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are opening as the sun rises over the US. TODAY Show fixtures Al Roker and Craig Melvin join us to discuss the magic of live events, their favorite Opening Ceremony memories and their upcoming trip to the Games. Listen to The Podium daily during the 2020…
 
It's time to light that cauldron and get yourself even more excited than you already are as THE GAMES HAVE OFFICIALLY BEGUN! Yes, that's right, after the...uh...somewhat 'interesting' opening ceremony it's time for your favourite Olympics podcast to go over everything that you just watched and give our very unique take on it in true Off The Podium …
 
THE GAMES ARE COMING BACK TO AUSTRALIA! Yes, that's right, the Olympics will officially be hosted in Australia for the third time, with Brisbane being awarded the right to host the 2032 Olympics! We break down the news and talk about just what it means to Australia to have the Olympics back and how these games will be different compared to others. …
 
The Opening Ceremony of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games is finally upon us. The world’s eyes will be focused on the first global gathering since the pandemic and its ability to pipe music, spectacle and hope onto billions of TV screens. Although this monolith of an event dazzles in its size, production and technology, the main product are the memories…
 
Pundit and former Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher joins Charlie and James to discuss the evolution of the beautiful game. The ultimate one-club player, Jamie Carragher spent 17 years at Liverpool Football Club and he shares how sports science has changed at the club and for the sport throughout the years. With preseason upon us, Jamie also dis…
 
THE GAMES ARE FINALLY HERE! Yes that's right, after an extra year of waiting we are finally about to celebrate the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and make ourselves very busy and excited for the next two weeks! And with that in mind, it's time to bring you a full preview episode of everything you need to know ahead of the Olympics and just what to expect when…
 
Another exciting interview coming your way today as we sit down with Australian 400m hurdler Tristan Thomas to talk about his amazing career in and his time at the 2012 Olympics! In one of our most personal chats to date, Tristan opens up about the unique way he got into the sport and the 'sliding doors' moment that very nearly saw him not go down …
 
In what may our final interview before the start of the Tokyo games, we thought it was fitting to bring you an interview with an athlete who's about to head there himself. We chat with Abdi Abdirahman about his history as a distance runner in the Olympics going back over 20 years to Sydney, his preparations for Tokyo, and why he has no plans to ret…
 
A special dual interview episode for you to sink your teeth into today on Off The Podium as we continue the build up to the Tokyo Olympics, as we sit down with Australian wrestlers Jayden Lawrence & Connor Evans to learn more about the sport, as well as their amazing careers! Both Jayden & Connor give us a unique insight into the sport and teach us…
 
TSPP reviews the McGregor-Poirier fight. Was it a legit win, injury-based, and should they fight again? The NBA finals take a turn, as the Buck turn the light from the Suns. The Men USA Basketball team loses to Nigeria. IS this a big deal? And, is someone backpedaling from a previous statement? Find out on this July 13, 2021 Episode. "Welcome to th…
 
Olympians train hard. For many, it’s their job to push harder and longer and heavier than us mortals do. When we say “no way” and bump up against our limits, they endure. But the net effects of all those watts and miles and grunts aren’t only measured in washboard abs, records held and medals won: the discomfort of the most unbearable workouts is i…
 
In the latest episode of Off The Podium we're excited to learn a bit more about the sport of diving for the very first time, as we sit down with Australian diver Laura Hingston to learn more about the sport and her amazing career. We find out which sport Laura started off in and how it brought about an interesting transition into diving. We also le…
 
TSPP decided to put together an extra show, with various debates, including: Who's the better safety, Troy Polamalu or Ed Reed? The better Wide Receiver and HOF worthy, Lynn Swann or John Stallworth? Did the US Track team make the best decision leaving Sha'Carrit Richardson off the Olympics team? What is the more violent sport, Boxing or MMA? Let t…
 
As we get closer to the Tokyo Olympics, we're excited to bring you a great interview today with an athlete who is set to compete in only a couple of weeks time, Canadian fencer Maximilien Van Haaster! We learn from Max just how he got into the sport of fencing and how the different areas of the sport, and the sport in general, work. He also takes u…
 
The tradeoff between the raw ability of fresh joints and the savvy of a mature mind used to be linear, with each slice of cake predictably and measurably pushing an athlete from precocious prodigy to washed up veteran. But this summer, Tokyo will host Gen-Z with veteran pedigrees right next to athletes staying physically competitive far past what w…
 
Caster Semenya is being denied the opportunity of competing in the Olympics due to higher levels of Testosterone. Sha'Carri Richardson has been suspended from competing for a Gold Medal, after testing for THC. Devin Bush is on Social media, causing controversy in different ways. The NBA Playoffs are concluding, with the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee B…
 
Four time Tour De France winner, Chris Froome, and expert on Hydration for performance, Dr Lewis James, chat to Charlie and James about how hydrating correctly can be the difference between winning and losing. After winning seven Grand Tours, Cyclist Chris Froome OBE knows what it takes to perform race after race, but most recently has made an incr…
 
As we get ready to FINALLY experience the Olympic Games in Tokyo, it's time to celebrate another occasion first as we bring your our landmark 100th episode and celebrate with a very special episode that might be worth as much as an Olympic gold! Join us as we go over some of our favourite memories from the first 100 episodes, and then take a trip d…
 
What would you label a group of athletes responsible for the majority of medals for the most decorated nation in the last 2 Olympics? Winners. A group who has fought for over a century to go from 2% of Olympic Athletes to 49%? Trailblazers. And what if this same group was routinely cast as less capable, exciting, profitable and valuable athletes? W…
 
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