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Tucker Center Talks: S2E17 - Women in College Coaching Report Card

In this week’s episode’s first segment, Nicole outlines top level and interesting findings of the latest Women in College Coaching Report Card. And then later in the show she discusses with fellow #disruptHERS, Drs. Lough, Lebel and Pegoraro, the latest disruptions to the male model of sport. LaVoi, N. M., Boucher, C., & Sirek, G. (2020, August). Head coaches of women's collegiate teams: A comprehensive report on NCAA Division-I institutions, 2019-20. The Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi A co-production with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport. For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow...

29 min3 d ago
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Tucker Center Talks: S2E17 - Women in College Coaching Report Card

Mum's the Word: S1E7 - Team Scheidegger: Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart

In this week’s episode, Sarah and Pam were joined by two members of Team Scheidigger, the 2019 7th world ranked Canadian women’s curling team. Guests Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart make up two of the four members of the team alongside sisters Casey Scheidigger and Jessie Haughian (who will also be guests in an upcoming episode). All four women on the team are mothers and this episode is a deep dive into the team dynamics in Team Scheidigger that allows them all to commit themselves to their sport and their families. Kristie shared her experience of going to the Olympic Games whilst pregnant—only the third women to have ever done it—and the attention she received. Cary-Anne is the newest member to become a mother, giving birth just a few months ago to her son Eddie. Cary-Anne shares her wonderful journey to motherhood, feeling supported by not only her family but also her team, and how important that all the team are on the same page when it comes to putting family first.An...

50 min5 d ago
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Mum's the Word: S1E7 - Team Scheidegger: Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart

The CWSA Podcast: S1E2 - Nancy Lieberman, 1979 Award Winner

Nancy Lieberman found her niche on the basketball court and describes how sports provided the stage for her to develop her values. She shares her early days playing in college and winning championships and the influence that Muhammad Ali, Billie Moore, and so many others had on her as she becomes a gatekeeper to the game. Her journey takes her at a young age to the Olympics, and playing and coaching the pros in both the men’s and women’s games. Nancy took her experiences from basketball courts and is sharing them with those who are less fortunate through her Nancy Lieberman Charities and Dream Courts. Hear how she has expanded the impact that basketball can have when it is programmatically woven into STEM; Kids and Cops, USTA and other life and livelihood lessons. She speaks to the racial inequities of today and offers a better way forward. Host: Chris Voelz, CWSA Executive Director Podcast length: 30 mins. A co-production with the CWSA. For more information, links and resources p...

30 min6 d ago
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The CWSA Podcast: S1E2 - Nancy Lieberman, 1979 Award Winner

Beyond the Balls: S1E12 - Gen Simmons to Become WSA President

On this week’s episode Ella and Georgina chat with Gen Simmons who is currently the deputy chair of Women Sport Australia. She is also the current General Manager of Gymnastics Victoria, and has formerly worked for Netball Australia, Racing Victoria, and Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union. Gen shares her experience as a woman on the corporate side of sport, and how her career path has led her into sports administration and now into a leadership role as she prepares to take over the reins from Carol Fox as the next WSA President. Gen offers an update on the current work of the WSA and the issues facing women in sport across Australia not least of all in the fight for equality. Duration: 36 mins Hosts: Ella Smith & Georgina Mallon. A co-production with Women Sport Australia For complete shows notes and more information, links and resources as well as other conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the W...

36 min1 w ago
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Beyond the Balls: S1E12 - Gen Simmons to Become WSA President

The WeCoach Podcast: S2E16 - Abby Sutherland, Volleyball Coach on Growth Mindset

Marci Kornegay sits in this week to chat with Abbey Sutherland, the head coach for University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Women’s Volleyball and newly appointed Senior Woman Administrator. Abbey explains how she has integrated WeCOACH programming and networking into the success of her volleyball program and how she has put action to buzz-worthy leadership terminology like growth mindset and modeling to intercept the challenges that are currently facing coaching in the wake of a pandemic. This episode will get you thinking and inspire you to transcend beyond just the x’s and o’s. Duration: 42 mins Guest Host: Marci Kornegay For complete shows notes and more information, links and resources as well as other conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. WiSP ...

42 min1 w ago
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The WeCoach Podcast: S2E16 - Abby Sutherland, Volleyball Coach on Growth Mindset

WiSP Sports Desk: S2E36 - Women's Cricket Continues to Make Ground

On our weekly news 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 Cricket England’s Beth Barrett Wild with an update on the women’s game and new Hundred Series. We hear how the women’s contracts have been protected for next year and what we can look forward to when England play the West Indies in the upcoming T20 series taking place behind closed doors at the County Ground in Derby, England but with extensive TV coverage. Stories we cover this week: The Hundred Contracts British/NZ Gymnastics (and Stuff launch women in sport section) Osaka wins US Open South African Government back Semenya Cathy Freeman Sydney 2000 anniversary FIFA Women's football programs Gabeira big wave FASANOC women in sport workshop and Nordic combined training camp Online training camp for women's Nordic combined declared a success Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy Gillen Podcast length: 52 mins For more...

45 min1 w ago
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WiSP Sports Desk: S2E36 - Women's Cricket Continues to Make Ground

Sound Bites: S2E6 - Preventing Nutrient Deficiencies: Vitamin B9

On this episode, Functional Medicine Practitioner,Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers a specific nutrient Vitamin B9. You may have seen it named as folate, folic acid and other forms like methyl-tetrahydrofolate. In this episode we talk about some of the most common symptoms or conditions associated with Vitamin B9 like depression, anxiety and fatigue… and to also give a nod to the newMums the Wordpodcast we also discuss how necessary Vitamin B9 is for pregnancy, healthy infants, and in cases like postpartum depression, and miscarriages. Dr K also includes ways you can take Vitamin B9 in food and can start adding these into your diet right away. Host: Dr. Kirstin Lauritzen Podcast length: 17 mins For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows a...

17 min1 w ago
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Sound Bites: S2E6 - Preventing Nutrient Deficiencies: Vitamin B9

Tucker Center Talks: S2E16 - When History, Politics, Gender and Race Meet

In this episode of Tucker Center Talks we have two great segments. In the first segment, Nicole talks Dr. Victoria Jackson, Clinical Assistant Professor of History at Arizona State University (ASU), affiliated faculty with the Global Sport Institute at ASU and former NCAA 10,000m national championship runner about the intersection of history, politics, gender and race. In the second segment Nicole talks with fellow #disruptHERS, Dr. Lough, Lebel and Pegoraro, on US pro teams striking in protest of racial injustice, and how female athletes have a leading disruptive role in this movement and moment. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi A co-production with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport. For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 5...

45 min2 w ago
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Tucker Center Talks: S2E16 - When History, Politics, Gender and Race Meet

WiSP Sports: S2E35 - Sarah Newberry Moore from Sailor to Podcaster

On our weekly news show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games. We have the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Team USA Olympic sailor Sarah Newberry Moore who is also co-host of our new podcast Mum’s the Word, which covers everything from periods to pregnancy and post-partum to parenting for sportswomen. Sarah explains how she is juggling Olympic training from coast to coast and how she is staying fit off the water. News stories we cover this week: Semenya loses Swiss Supreme Court appeal over World Athletics testosterone rules Osaka books place in US Open semi-finals with dominant win over Rogers Organisers confirm French Open plans but defending champion Barty withdraws Tokyo 2020 should be held "at any cost" says Olympic Minister England and Brazil confirm equal pay for men’s and women’s football teams Tobin Heath and Christen Press: Manchester United set to sign United States duo Fishlock claims Britain coach at...

52 min2 w ago
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WiSP Sports: S2E35 - Sarah Newberry Moore from Sailor to Podcaster

Mum's the Word: S1E5 - Ask the Expert with Dr. Juliet McGrattan

On this episode we begin the first in a regular segment of ‘Ask the Expert’. Sarah and Pam are joined by Dr. Juliet McGrattan, a former GP, health writer, host of the WiSP Sports Active Health podcast, keen runner and mum of three. Juliet helps us understand on a deeper level how female hormones affect the body at different times during a cycle. Sarah talked openly about her diagnosis of suffering from premenstrual dysphoric disorder, a condition which is similar to PMS but much more serious. Athletes and those concerned with their health are extremely focussed on other aspects of health and recovery, such as diet, sleep and training, but something that can impact your ability to perform so much is rarely discussed. Juliet emphasized the importance of paying attention to your cycle and seeking advice if your cycle fluctuates or disappears. On episode three, Sarah Storey explained how she rode her bike right up until she gave birth defying the stigma surrounding “dangerous’ sport...

45 min2 w ago
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Mum's the Word: S1E5 - Ask the Expert with Dr. Juliet McGrattan

Latest Episodes

Tucker Center Talks: S2E17 - Women in College Coaching Report Card

In this week’s episode’s first segment, Nicole outlines top level and interesting findings of the latest Women in College Coaching Report Card. And then later in the show she discusses with fellow #disruptHERS, Drs. Lough, Lebel and Pegoraro, the latest disruptions to the male model of sport. LaVoi, N. M., Boucher, C., & Sirek, G. (2020, August). Head coaches of women's collegiate teams: A comprehensive report on NCAA Division-I institutions, 2019-20. The Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi A co-production with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport. For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow...

29 min3 d ago
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Tucker Center Talks: S2E17 - Women in College Coaching Report Card

Mum's the Word: S1E7 - Team Scheidegger: Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart

In this week’s episode, Sarah and Pam were joined by two members of Team Scheidigger, the 2019 7th world ranked Canadian women’s curling team. Guests Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart make up two of the four members of the team alongside sisters Casey Scheidigger and Jessie Haughian (who will also be guests in an upcoming episode). All four women on the team are mothers and this episode is a deep dive into the team dynamics in Team Scheidigger that allows them all to commit themselves to their sport and their families. Kristie shared her experience of going to the Olympic Games whilst pregnant—only the third women to have ever done it—and the attention she received. Cary-Anne is the newest member to become a mother, giving birth just a few months ago to her son Eddie. Cary-Anne shares her wonderful journey to motherhood, feeling supported by not only her family but also her team, and how important that all the team are on the same page when it comes to putting family first.An...

50 min5 d ago
Comments
Mum's the Word: S1E7 - Team Scheidegger: Kristie Moore and Cary-Ann McTaggart

The CWSA Podcast: S1E2 - Nancy Lieberman, 1979 Award Winner

Nancy Lieberman found her niche on the basketball court and describes how sports provided the stage for her to develop her values. She shares her early days playing in college and winning championships and the influence that Muhammad Ali, Billie Moore, and so many others had on her as she becomes a gatekeeper to the game. Her journey takes her at a young age to the Olympics, and playing and coaching the pros in both the men’s and women’s games. Nancy took her experiences from basketball courts and is sharing them with those who are less fortunate through her Nancy Lieberman Charities and Dream Courts. Hear how she has expanded the impact that basketball can have when it is programmatically woven into STEM; Kids and Cops, USTA and other life and livelihood lessons. She speaks to the racial inequities of today and offers a better way forward. Host: Chris Voelz, CWSA Executive Director Podcast length: 30 mins. A co-production with the CWSA. For more information, links and resources p...

30 min6 d ago
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The CWSA Podcast: S1E2 - Nancy Lieberman, 1979 Award Winner

Beyond the Balls: S1E12 - Gen Simmons to Become WSA President

On this week’s episode Ella and Georgina chat with Gen Simmons who is currently the deputy chair of Women Sport Australia. She is also the current General Manager of Gymnastics Victoria, and has formerly worked for Netball Australia, Racing Victoria, and Melbourne Rebels Rugby Union. Gen shares her experience as a woman on the corporate side of sport, and how her career path has led her into sports administration and now into a leadership role as she prepares to take over the reins from Carol Fox as the next WSA President. Gen offers an update on the current work of the WSA and the issues facing women in sport across Australia not least of all in the fight for equality. Duration: 36 mins Hosts: Ella Smith & Georgina Mallon. A co-production with Women Sport Australia For complete shows notes and more information, links and resources as well as other conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the W...

36 min1 w ago
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Beyond the Balls: S1E12 - Gen Simmons to Become WSA President

The WeCoach Podcast: S2E16 - Abby Sutherland, Volleyball Coach on Growth Mindset

Marci Kornegay sits in this week to chat with Abbey Sutherland, the head coach for University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Women’s Volleyball and newly appointed Senior Woman Administrator. Abbey explains how she has integrated WeCOACH programming and networking into the success of her volleyball program and how she has put action to buzz-worthy leadership terminology like growth mindset and modeling to intercept the challenges that are currently facing coaching in the wake of a pandemic. This episode will get you thinking and inspire you to transcend beyond just the x’s and o’s. Duration: 42 mins Guest Host: Marci Kornegay For complete shows notes and more information, links and resources as well as other conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. WiSP ...

42 min1 w ago
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The WeCoach Podcast: S2E16 - Abby Sutherland, Volleyball Coach on Growth Mindset

WiSP Sports Desk: S2E36 - Women's Cricket Continues to Make Ground

On our weekly news 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 Cricket England’s Beth Barrett Wild with an update on the women’s game and new Hundred Series. We hear how the women’s contracts have been protected for next year and what we can look forward to when England play the West Indies in the upcoming T20 series taking place behind closed doors at the County Ground in Derby, England but with extensive TV coverage. Stories we cover this week: The Hundred Contracts British/NZ Gymnastics (and Stuff launch women in sport section) Osaka wins US Open South African Government back Semenya Cathy Freeman Sydney 2000 anniversary FIFA Women's football programs Gabeira big wave FASANOC women in sport workshop and Nordic combined training camp Online training camp for women's Nordic combined declared a success Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy Gillen Podcast length: 52 mins For more...

45 min1 w ago
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WiSP Sports Desk: S2E36 - Women's Cricket Continues to Make Ground

Sound Bites: S2E6 - Preventing Nutrient Deficiencies: Vitamin B9

On this episode, Functional Medicine Practitioner,Dr Kirstin Lauritzen, covers a specific nutrient Vitamin B9. You may have seen it named as folate, folic acid and other forms like methyl-tetrahydrofolate. In this episode we talk about some of the most common symptoms or conditions associated with Vitamin B9 like depression, anxiety and fatigue… and to also give a nod to the newMums the Wordpodcast we also discuss how necessary Vitamin B9 is for pregnancy, healthy infants, and in cases like postpartum depression, and miscarriages. Dr K also includes ways you can take Vitamin B9 in food and can start adding these into your diet right away. Host: Dr. Kirstin Lauritzen Podcast length: 17 mins For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 50 shows a...

17 min1 w ago
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Sound Bites: S2E6 - Preventing Nutrient Deficiencies: Vitamin B9

Tucker Center Talks: S2E16 - When History, Politics, Gender and Race Meet

In this episode of Tucker Center Talks we have two great segments. In the first segment, Nicole talks Dr. Victoria Jackson, Clinical Assistant Professor of History at Arizona State University (ASU), affiliated faculty with the Global Sport Institute at ASU and former NCAA 10,000m national championship runner about the intersection of history, politics, gender and race. In the second segment Nicole talks with fellow #disruptHERS, Dr. Lough, Lebel and Pegoraro, on US pro teams striking in protest of racial injustice, and how female athletes have a leading disruptive role in this movement and moment. Host: Dr. Nicole LaVoi A co-production with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport. For more information, links and resources plus conversations from the world of women’s sport including articles, blogs, videos and podcasts visitwispsports.com. WiSP Sports is the World’s First and Only Podcast Network for Women’s Sport with more than 60 hosts, 1300+ episodes across 5...

45 min2 w ago
Comments
Tucker Center Talks: S2E16 - When History, Politics, Gender and Race Meet

WiSP Sports: S2E35 - Sarah Newberry Moore from Sailor to Podcaster

On our weekly news show Chris Stafford is joined by Nancy Gillen from Inside the Games. We have the top stories from around the world of women’s sport. This week’s guest is Team USA Olympic sailor Sarah Newberry Moore who is also co-host of our new podcast Mum’s the Word, which covers everything from periods to pregnancy and post-partum to parenting for sportswomen. Sarah explains how she is juggling Olympic training from coast to coast and how she is staying fit off the water. News stories we cover this week: Semenya loses Swiss Supreme Court appeal over World Athletics testosterone rules Osaka books place in US Open semi-finals with dominant win over Rogers Organisers confirm French Open plans but defending champion Barty withdraws Tokyo 2020 should be held "at any cost" says Olympic Minister England and Brazil confirm equal pay for men’s and women’s football teams Tobin Heath and Christen Press: Manchester United set to sign United States duo Fishlock claims Britain coach at...

52 min2 w ago
Comments
WiSP Sports: S2E35 - Sarah Newberry Moore from Sailor to Podcaster

Mum's the Word: S1E5 - Ask the Expert with Dr. Juliet McGrattan

On this episode we begin the first in a regular segment of ‘Ask the Expert’. Sarah and Pam are joined by Dr. Juliet McGrattan, a former GP, health writer, host of the WiSP Sports Active Health podcast, keen runner and mum of three. Juliet helps us understand on a deeper level how female hormones affect the body at different times during a cycle. Sarah talked openly about her diagnosis of suffering from premenstrual dysphoric disorder, a condition which is similar to PMS but much more serious. Athletes and those concerned with their health are extremely focussed on other aspects of health and recovery, such as diet, sleep and training, but something that can impact your ability to perform so much is rarely discussed. Juliet emphasized the importance of paying attention to your cycle and seeking advice if your cycle fluctuates or disappears. On episode three, Sarah Storey explained how she rode her bike right up until she gave birth defying the stigma surrounding “dangerous’ sport...

45 min2 w ago
Comments
Mum's the Word: S1E5 - Ask the Expert with Dr. Juliet McGrattan
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