Alysia Montano, Molly Huddle and Roisin McGettigan are three Olympians, from 2 countries, including 2 Moms and 1 current pro coming together to talk about the inspiring figures, important topics and interesting stories in women's sports. We care about the landscape and future of our sport of Track and Field and we want to create more media coverage of women's sports in general. We'll be interviewing inspiring athletes, and discussing topics and news in the track world and beyond. Thanks for Keeping Track with us!
Brittney Reese: Decade of Long Jump Gold
Today Alysia, Ro and I catch up then Alysia and I talk to USA Long Jump Legend Brittney Reese. She is a 7 time World Champ gold medalist , 2012 Olympic champion and 2016 silver medalist, and indoor American record holder. We talk to her about her...
Mary Wittenberg :Leading and Learning in the Endurance World
We talk to Mary Wittenberg, lifelong runner, current president of EF cycling, former CEO of Virgin Sport’s Virgin Group, and for 17 years she was CEO of NYRR. We talk about Mary’s start in the sport and how she went from a law career to leading the...
The Unstoppable Chaunte Lowe
Our guest is the inspiring Chaune Lowe, Olympic medlalist and AR in the High Jump, who shares with us some of the many layers of her journey in life and sport including her recent battle with brest cancer, how doping in sport has affected her career,...
Mackenzie Wartenberger's Journey From Cal Athlete to Wisconsin Women's XC Coach
Alysia and Molly talk to current University of Wisconsin Women's XC coach Mackenzie Wartenberger about how her struggles as an athlete infiormed her coaching, empowering her athletes to handle pressure, coaching during a pandemic and thoughts on motherhood and career
Valarie Allman : We Discuss the Discus American Record
Alysia and Molly talk to Team USA Discus thrower Valarie Allman about setting and AR during a pandemic, life as a thrower, what her other interests are and how to better spotlight and market field events.Special thanks to Gatorade Endurance for...
Dalilah Muhammad : Journey to the Top
We talk to Dalilah about her journey from her J.O. days to not winning an NCAA title or making the USA final to being the best ever in the 400h event. We talk about her mental approch to the pandemic and competition as well as representation in sports media and marketing and why she has to fight for her value as a female athlete who is black and who is Muslim
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OMG, my new favorite podcast! Thank You, ladies for providing a Voice to educate, inform, entertain, enlighten, and inspire us! As an amateur athlete, I feel that I relate in the most minuscule way... you are speaking my language. I especially liked the question at the end of Gwen’s interview about how can the public support & demand equality in sports sponsorships/media coverage etc for BIPOC athletes. We, the public, idolize you all. And, I, for one, am very willing to help sponsors & governing bodies support athletes as they should be supported! 💪💫
Inspiring Convos with Inspiring Women!
Keeping Track is so informative, incredibly eye-opening, and (of course!) entertaining! I love the way each episode makes me think, and it feels like such a privilege to get an inside look into running from these three women!
Love this podcast!
I thoroughly enjoy the realness of the conversations and the stories told by all the women on the show, including the hosts. Thank you creating this space for women to talk about athletics and the array of issues they face!