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The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

Featuring Dr Rod Siegel, Dr Alice McNamara an Bill Tait

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The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

Featuring Dr Rod Siegel, Dr Alice McNamara an Bill Tait

    Doc, (Doc?), Goose Episode 8: Kellie Wilkie “What I’ve Learned from Coaches, Tractor Drivers and Astronauts”

    Doc, (Doc?), Goose Episode 8: Kellie Wilkie “What I’ve Learned from Coaches, Tractor Drivers and Astronauts”

    Taking lessons from experiences, both positive and negative, is key to growth. In this Episode Kellie Wilkie explores what she learned as a competitive swimmer, and junior physio and how that helped shape the way she wished to practice. Kellie has gone on to establish herself as a world leading physio for rowers, ribs and lower backs. We also explore what tractor drivers taught her about back management, and what astronauts taught her about working in high functioning teams.



    Kellie was a National Team Physio through the 2008-2016 cycles for the Australian Rowing Team. She is the owner of a 20 year practice in Hobart (BodySystem) and more recently has teamed up with long time colleague Dr Larissa Trease to create development and learning material for helping young rowers grow into healthy & fit older rowers.T



    Links:

    GRowingBodies: https://growingbodies.blog/ 



    LeoTraining Episode: https://www.leotraining.io/kellie-wilkie-rib-stress-injuries-in-rowing/ 

    Wilkie K, Trease L & Wallis M. Prevalence of low back pain among Australian senior rowers. BMC Sports Sci Med Rehabil 7, O20 (2015). doi: 10.1186/2052-1847-7-S1-O20

    Wilson F, Ng L, O'Sullivan K, Caneiro JP, O'Sullivan PP, Horgan A, Thornton JS, Wilkie K, Timonen V. 'You're the best liar in the world': a grounded theory study of rowing athletes' experience of low back pain. Br J Sports Med. 2020 9 Oct  https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2020/10/09/bjsports-2020-102514



    Injury and illness data in Australian Rowing 2009-2016 (Paper discussed in this podcast):

    Trease L, Wilkie K, Lovell G, et al Epidemiology of injury and illness in 153 Australian international-level rowers over eight international seasons British Journal of Sports Medicine Published Online First: 25 June 2020. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2019-101402

    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2020/06/25/bjsports-2019-101402.info 



    Dr Rachel Harris Rio Rib Paper:

    Harris R, Trease L, Wilkie K, et al Rib stress injuries in the 2012–2016 (Rio) Olympiad: a cohort study of 151 Australian Rowing Team athletes for 88 773 athlete days British Journal of Sports Medicine 2020;54:991-996.

    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/54/16/991 





    Additional support material (including some training and testing data from Rod) is available on the BRowShow Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast



    The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast 



    Dr Rod Siegel is the National Physiology Network Lead at the AIS, National Physiology Lead at Australian Sailing and a Sport Scientist at the VIS

    Twitter @RodSiegel https://twitter.com/RodSiegel 



    Dr Alice McNamara is Sports Medicine Registrar (ACSEP), Vertical athlete, & dual World Champion Rower

    Twitter @alice_mac6 https://twitter.com/alice_mac6

    Insta @_alice_mac https://www.instagram.com/_alice_mac/?hl=en



    Bill Tait is the Performance Manager at the VIS, former Australian Olympic coach and National representative rower

    Twitter @rowtait https://twitter.com/rowtait

    Insta @rehabbillytait https://www.instagram.com/rehabbillytait/?hl=en

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Doc, Doc, Goose Ep. 7: Taking Command with Rowie Webster

    Doc, Doc, Goose Ep. 7: Taking Command with Rowie Webster

    Aussie Stingers Captain Rowie Webster is one of the most decorated and respected Water Polo athletes in the World. Naturally a ‘leader by example’, we explore Rowie’s approach to leadership under duress (injury, set back, changing team dynamics), how she approaches self improvement, and the trusted partners she has drawn upon to keep her at her best. This is a must listen for young athletes and their coaches/supporters, as well as leaders of all ages/stages in sport and life.

    Additional support material (including some training and testing data from Rod) is available on the BRowShow Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

    The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

    Dr Rod Siegel is the National Physiology Network Lead at the AIS, National Physiology Lead at Australian Sailing and a Sport Scientist at the VIS

    Twitter @RodSiegel https://twitter.com/RodSiegel

    Dr Alice McNamara is Sports Medicine Registrar (ACSEP), Vertical athlete, & dual World Champion Rower

    Twitter @alice_mac6 https://twitter.com/alice_mac6

    Insta @_alice_mac https://www.instagram.com/_alice_mac/?hl=en

    Bill Tait is the Performance Manager at the VIS, former Australian Olympic coach and National representative rower

    Twitter @rowtait https://twitter.com/rowtait

    Insta @rehabbillytait https://www.instagram.com/rehabbillytait/?hl=en

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Doc, Doc, Goose Episode 6: Dr Lari Trease on ‘What Injuries & Illness Most Impact Elite Rowers’ – (an 8 year observational study of the Australian Rowing Team)

    Doc, Doc, Goose Episode 6: Dr Lari Trease on ‘What Injuries & Illness Most Impact Elite Rowers’ – (an 8 year observational study of the Australian Rowing Team)

    In this episode we take a deep dive into a seminal study recently published focusing on the injury and illnesses which most contributed to training missed by athletes on the Australian Rowing Team during the London and Rio Olympic Games. This is a must read overview for coaches, athletes and service team members working in Rowing, but also other endurance activities and indeed all sports. Dr Lari openly discusses the study design, the demographic, and the key injury and illness factors which lead to missed training by some of the most elite athletes in the world.

    Dr Lari is a Sport & Exercise Physician and has worked in this specialist field for more than 10 years. Dr Lari was the Chief Medical Officer to Rowing Australia for the Rio Olympic Games and has worked as an Australian Team Doctor across a range of other sport settings including the Sochi Winter Olympics, Beijing Paralympics and the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games. Check out much more on Dr LAri at https://growingbodies.blog/

    Injury and illness data in Australian Rowing 2009-2016 (Paper discussed in this podcast):

    Trease L, Wilkie K, Lovell G, et al Epidemiology of injury and illness in 153 Australian international-level rowers over eight international seasons British Journal of Sports Medicine Published Online First: 25 June 2020. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2019-101402

    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2020/06/25/bjsports-2019-101402.info

    Dr Rachel Harris Rio Rib Paper:

    Harris R, Trease L, Wilkie K, et al Rib stress injuries in the 2012–2016 (Rio) Olympiad: a cohort study of 151 Australian Rowing Team athletes for 88 773 athlete days British Journal of Sports Medicine 2020;54:991-996.

    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/54/16/991

    Intersection syndrome paper:

    Hoy G, Trease L, Braybon (Deceased) W Intersection syndrome: an acute surgical disease in elite rowers BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 2019;5:e000535. doi: 10.1136/bmjsem-2019-000535

    https://bmjopensem.bmj.com/content/5/1/e000535.info

    Fiona Wilson paper:

    https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/44/3/207.short?casa_token=oho2hACbdW0AAAAA:yPv4BW_qVAB7X8T0xX_8eY_ACXm78f2kG_TJajyZXiIkATELhZ96DWN887u26L3wwXRRl9yD9aU

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Doc, Doc, Goose #5 “If we listen to Twitter…” Reflections on the current crisis.

    Doc, Doc, Goose #5 “If we listen to Twitter…” Reflections on the current crisis.

    Taking a step back – what are we learning from this situation. What is being reinforced to us, vs what are learning for the first time. And.. What might we take forward with us. Dr Alice, Dr Rod and Bill reflect on what they are heard and what it means to them.

    The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

    Dr Rod Siegel is the National Physiology Network Lead at the AIS, National Physiology Lead at Australian Sailing and a Sport Scientist at the VIS

    Twitter @RodSiegel https://twitter.com/RodSiegel

    Dr Alice McNamara is Sports Medicine Registrar (ACSEP), Vertical athlete, & dual World Champion Rower

    Twitter @alice_mac6 https://twitter.com/alice_mac6

    Insta @_alice_mac https://www.instagram.com/_alice_mac/?hl=en

    Bill Tait is the Performance Manager at the VIS, former Australian Olympic coach and National representative rower

    Twitter @rowtait https://twitter.com/rowtait

    Insta @rehabbillytait https://www.instagram.com/rehabbillytait/?hl=en

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Doc, Doc, Goose #4: Josh Dunkley-Smith – The 590w Project, Part 2

    Doc, Doc, Goose #4: Josh Dunkley-Smith – The 590w Project, Part 2

    Two time Olympic Silver medalist Josh Dunkley-Smith spent an evening discussing the history that led to his WORLD RECORD breaking 2000m ergometer. In the second installment, we explore his early capacities on the ergo, the time he accidentally broke a world record, and the realization that the 2k record was within his capabilities. We explore some of the alternative training approaches Josh undertook in his ‘season off’ post the Rio Games, and we hear how he knew he had the record broken, even before the half way mark of his final attempt.

    Link for the video from ‘Super Saturday’ here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/rowforsarah/

    Additional support material (including some training and testing data from Rod) is available on the BRowShow Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

    The BrowShow presents “Doc, Doc, Goose”. Exploring the intersection of Sports Science, Medicine and Athlete Management with Insights, Interviews, and Information from the world of Performance Sport. Follow our Facebook page for show notes and links https://www.facebook.com/BRowShowPodcast

    Dr Rod Siegel is the National Physiology Network Lead at the AIS, National Physiology Lead at Australian Sailing and a Sport Scientist at the VIS
    Twitter @RodSiegel https://twitter.com/RodSiegel

    Dr Alice McNamara is Sports Medicine Registrar (ACSEP), Vertical athlete, & dual World Champion Rower
    Twitter @alice_mac6 https://twitter.com/alice_mac6
    Insta @_alice_mac https://www.instagram.com/_alice_mac/?hl=en

    Bill Tait is the Performance Manager at the VIS, former Australian Olympic coach and National representative rower
    Twitter @rowtait https://twitter.com/rowtait
    Insta @rehabbillytait https://www.instagram.com/rehabbillytait/?hl=en

    • 1 hr 39 min
    SHORTS: Josh Dunkley-Smith Part II PREVIEW

    SHORTS: Josh Dunkley-Smith Part II PREVIEW

    Preview of JDS Part II
    Full episode drops this Thursday

    • 4 min

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