Sport Retro Podcast: Facing fate in old Foxboro
Sami Jo's Podcast: Episode 6 – Natalie Spooner
Olympic gold medalist and world champion Natalie Spooner joins Sami Jo Small to share her thoughts on how to bring your best to your team and be a valuable teammate. © Provided by Hockey News on Sports Illustrated Natalie Spooner is an Olympic gold and silver medalist with Canada’s national women's hockey team. She shares insight on some of her top-performing teams, and how to create an environment to excel. Spooner and host Sami Jo Small chat about how others have helped her on her path to success, and how she uses her platform to give back to the game she loves so much.
Our journey in the BTSC Delorean to Steeler yesterday begins in a time when Hurricane David was ravaging the Dominican Republic, The Muppet Movie finally reached the top after 10 weeks in release and “My Sharona” by The Knack was the hottest song on the radio. Meanwhile, thewere still at the top of the football world as they, once again, were entering a season as the defending World Champions.
Welcome to September 3, 1979
Flash back to an awesome classic on the Steelers Retro Show and join BTSC’s Tony Defeo and Bryan Anthony Davis as they go back in time and relive the memorable, season-opening matchup between the Steelers and theon Monday Night Football.
The Hockey News Podcast: How Legitimate are the Minnesota Wild?
Can the streaking Wild hang with the other juggernauts in the West Division? Is Jakob Chychrun a Norris Trophy threat? How did the Women's World Championship slip through the cracks? And more. © Provided by Hockey News on Sports Illustrated This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin: - Andrew Shaw retires at 29 because of concussions. Will we keep seeing more players leave the game before their 30s because of head trauma?- Jakob Chychrun leads all defensemen with 16 goals. Has he entered the Norris Trophy chat?- Cole Caufield finally debuts in the NHL.
Check out the rundown of the show:
- What was happenin’ in 1979
- Gary Dunn’s super hero display
- A big day for Sidney Thornton
- and MUCH MORE!
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Podcast Academy Honors ‘Dying for Sex,’ ‘Wind of Change,’ Marc Maron at Inaugural Ambie Awards .
Dying for Sex was named podcast of the year Sunday night during the Podcast Academy’s inaugural Awards for Excellence in Audio, also known as the Ambies. In addition, Wind of Change was the night’s top winner, taking home three awards, including best host, best reporting and best nonfiction scriptwriting. In all, awards were handed out […]In addition, Wind of Change was the night’s top winner, taking home three awards, including best host, best reporting and best nonfiction scriptwriting. In all, awards were handed out in 23 categories.