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!
Episode Swap With Strides Forward Podcast feat. Courtney Dauwalter with Cherie Louise Turner
Our first women's sports pod cross promotion is with Cherie Louis Turner's Stride's Forward Podcast. We sent her our Dawn Harper Nelson Episode last month and we host her interview with ultra running star Courtney Dauwalter.
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Annnnnd anyone needing motivation to race-check out these two virtual events supporting maternal health causes like Every Mother Counts!
EMC Global Run Challenge which ends June 2!
Also the Made to Move Virtual Race
Michelle Carter: Three-Time Olympian, American Record Holder, and Rio Olympic Champion in the Shot Put
In this episode Ro and Molly talk with Michelle Carter who is a three-time Olympian, American Record Holder and Rio Olympic Champion in the shot put. She tells us how this past year has gone, how she harnesses her confidence, her plans outside of track,...
Mary Cullen: More Than A Survivor
We talk to Irish record holder, mama, cancer survivor and our good friend Mary Cullen about her start in the sport, her days at Providence College, her pro-career, injury struggles and recent battle with cancer which occurred during her pregnancy with...
Michelle Wheeler: Wheelchair Racer, Mother, and Mental Health Counselor
In this episode we talk to Michelle wheeler. She is a wheelchair racer in the marathon on the roads and Paralympic hopeful on the track. We talked to her about her life as Mom, as an athlete and as a professional mental health counselor. She tells us...
Joanna Harper On Sporting Gender
Joanna Harper walks us through Sporting Gender, and we discuss the reckoning of the human rights side of the issue of including Trans and DSD women in sport vs the intricacies of the sports physiology involved.
Weini Kelati Showing What's Possible
Weini Kelati talks about her new pro career and setup as well as her journey to running from rural Eritrea and how she wants to inspire women to dream big back home
Favorite podcast ever
I love this podcast so much. I love the thoughtful questions and especially appreciate the part when the hosts give guests a chance to talk about aspects of their story that are not usually heard. I am a marathon runner and had to spend last winter pool running after an injury. Listening to this podcast in the pool saved my winter. I recommend this to every runner I know.
Not as professional or formed as other running podcasts. Frequency is spotting, structure flexes often, and pre-interview banter is lengthy.
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! 💪💫