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SANDCAST is the leading podcast for beach volleyball and stories in the volleyball world. Hosts Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter take listeners into the world of the AVP, FIVB, NORCECA, and any other professional beach volleyball outlets, digging deep into the lives of the players both on and off the court as well as all of the top influencers in the game.
 
GODS to GHOSTS Volleyball is dedicated to celebrating and preserving the rich history of the sport of volleyball. It is our mission to provide a medium in which the legendary players, coaches, and instrumental figures of the sport from the 1950's through today can be acknowledged and remembered for their transcendent talent, colorful personalities, and countless contributions to the sport.
 
Coach Your Brains Out, by Gold Medal Squared has been releasing weekly podcasts going on five years now! Founded by professional beach volleyball players John Mayer and Billy Allen, the primary goal is practical, useful education that will help you become a better coach. Our podcasts are released every Thursday afternoon, so set your notifications accordingly!
 
This podcast is all about testicular cancer--the survivors, medical researchers, stories from caregivers, those who didn't make it, awareness advocates, and much more. It covers the whole subject with compelling stories about this cancer--which, though rare in general, is the number one cancer hitting young men. "Don't Give Up" fighting this wildfire-like form of cancer, because great strides have been made and with more awareness and effort, we can BEAT testicular cancer for good.
 
New Earth Nation is a a worldwide sovereignty movement launching as a planetary network of conscious communities. Where we end big-government, war-economy & voluntary servitude. New Earth Nation Radio is here to facilitate the sharing of information on how to reshape the world in alignment with Human Nature and Natural Law. Enjoy and Stay Tuned!
 
The Sports Performance Radio Show offers insights into Mind Performance Coaching and how many sports individuals are now using it to improve their game. Join us as we talk to top athletes such as 2010 Commonwealth champion Louise Hazel and Olympic champion Sanya Richards Ross. Mind Performance Coaching can be used in sport & fitness, business, education, career management & personal improvement. Check out our blog for further insight about our guests and the topics we cover http://budurl.com ...
 
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Who Are You: The Life Lessons of Sports

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Who Are You: The Life Lessons of Sports introduces us to extraordinary people who share personal stories about their relationship with sports well beyond the scoreboard. Joining our team gives you access to moving interviews as our guests explore and address their motivation, internal drive, risk, courage, and perseverance. Whether you watch, participate, compete, play, or coach, join us as we uncover the extraordinary power of sports 7 days a week. Listen to interviews with sports legends f ...
 
Be empowered to reach the best version of yourself in your early adulthood. This podcast is catered to millennials like yourself to equip you with the resources to reach your personal and professional best. Experience growth in areas such as your: Profession, Business, Finances, Health, Relationships, Leadership and more. The Model Millennials Podcast is designed to transform your thinking while giving you practical action items to move your life forward. We'll bring on top-notch guests with ...
 
The Original Volleyball Talk show / Live MOST Monday's at 10am Pacific. A broadcast about all things Volleyball with hosts KEVIN BARNETT (2-Time Olympian and Professional Broadcaster) and DJ ROUECHE (Official DJ for the AVP & Los Angeles Lakers).
 
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America’s Misty May-Treanor is the winner of three Olympic gold medals and the most successful women’s beach volleyball player of all time. Misty formed an almost unbeatable team with Kerri Walsh-Jennings, but she faced a tough personal battle at the London games in 2012, which she had decided would be her last competition because of persistent kne…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features Tokyo Olympic GOLD MEDALISTS April Ross and Alix Klineman, as well as the lovable and wonderful and fantastic guest host, Chris Geeter McGee. What an absolute treat this episode is. Over a few glasses of wine, Ross and Klineman discuss: - How they didn't consi…
 
In this podcast episode I get to interview Travis Mewhirter, current AVP and FIVB player as well as one of the co-hosts of the Sandcast podcast. We touch lots of topics that can help you become a better player, like attacking vision and strategy, blocking, passing, competitiveness, efficient practice, practicing by yourself, and more!…
 
Show Notes (Angie Akers episode 2) 1:11 - Challenges Angie faced when transitioning to coaching April and Alix + dealing with the pressure of coaching an already successful team. 1:57 - Adjusting coaching to fit the circumstances within their team. 5:06 - Dealing with awkwardness and discomfort within teams to develop better relationships later. 7:…
 
Michael Acosta was born with an undescended testicle. Even with the removal of that testicle as a baby, Michael had a higher risk for testicular cancer. He shares his story of cancer diagnosis at age 17 and now, more than 11 years later, his dedication to raising awareness about the disease. Listen to Michael's story on Don't Give Up on Testicular …
 
In this episode, Clarence and Stephen wrap-up the Tokyo Paralympic Games by chatting with two-time Paralympic gold medalist and libero for the U.S. Women's Sitting National Team, Bethany Zummo (5:22 - 56:17)! Bethany talks about dealing with mental health, some of her off-court interests, living that pin life in Tokyo, winning GOLD and so much more…
 
1:11 - How Angie ended up coaching April and Alix and representing Team USA in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics. 4:15 - How Angie used a pre-mortem exercise to prepare for the Olympic Games, and avoid potential mishaps while accomplishing their goals. 4:56 - Covid 19’s limitations on relationship building and team building exercises during the Ol…
 
In the early 2000s, Afghan women and girls set up the country's first football teams. Now the Taliban has returned and women's sport has been banned. We speak to Shamila Kohestani, former captain of the Afghan women's team, about why she fought to play and why in Afghanistan, football was more than a game. Photo: Woman's face painted with flag of A…
 
Welcome back to SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter. On this episode, we brought in yet another Olympian – and a rookie who is not a real rookie on the beach, TJ DeFalco. DeFalco competed in his first Olympics in Tokyo, making a name for himself with an absurd ability to hit the back row quick set, then got the coolest o…
 
After running through the latest with the fall sports including a hot start for No. 8 Water Polo, we sit down with one of the newest additions to the leadership team at the Beach, Senior Associate Athletics Director Sean Ferrera and talk through his background and his vision for the stewardship of external relations at LBSU! #GoBeach…
 
In 1972, war veteran Murlikant Petkar won India's first ever Paralympic gold medal at the Heidelberg Games. Petkar had been shot and paralysed seven years earlier in a battle during the war with Pakistan, but then took up sprint swimming. He spoke to Adrian Moorhead in 2016. The programme is a Sparklab Production for BBC World Service.(Photo: Murli…
 
Butch Discusses: - The best women's players on the beach from the old days, including Connie Keller, Jean Brunicardi, Patti Steere, Johnette Latreille, Jean Brunicardi, Edie Conrad, Eileen Clancy, Kathy Gregory, Nina Gruenwinkel-Matthies, Eileen Clancy, and Nancy Cohen to name a few, what made the mixed game so amazing, including some of the best m…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features the most recent winners of the AVP Manhattan Beach Open: Tri Bourne and Trevor Crabb. Bourne and Crabb made a huge comeback to beat Chaim Schalk and Theo Brunner in the semifinals before beating Casey Patterson and Chase Budinger in the finals. It marked Crabb…
 
In this episode, Clarence and Stephen talk about the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Then they catch up with FIVE-TIME Paralympian, gold medalist and middle blocker for the U.S. Women's Sitting National Team, Lora Webster, (2:50 - 23:43) from Tokyo! Lora talks about the Tokyo Paralympic Games, the food in Tokyo, some of Lora's favorite past Paralympic mome…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features the newest elite blocker on the AVP Tour: Taryn Kloth. Kloth pulled off the virtually unprecedented in winning the first AVP event of her career alongside wunderkind Kristen Nuss, and in Manhattan Beach, the two claimed fifth, losing only to April Ross and Ali…
 
In this episode, Clarence welcomes back co-host Stephen after helping cover the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Stephen talks about his Olympic Games experience. Then they catch up with first-time Paralympian and outside hitter for the U.S. Women's Sitting National Team, Emma Schieck, (14:00 - 54:26) hours before her Tokyo flight takes off. They discuss th…
 
Butch Discusses: - Mike O'Hara and his memories of him from the Hollywood YMCA and what made him an impressive indoor player, the time O'Hara asked Butch to play with him at Corona Del Mar in Butch's FIRST open tournament, including some memorable moments from that weekend in '65, Mike Bright and his memories of him, including Mike's paddle boardin…
 
At the opening ceremony of the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing, Chinese athlete Hou Bin stunned the huge global audience with an amazing feat of strength. As the world held its breath, he used a rope to haul himself, his wheelchair and the Olympic flame 39 metres into the air to light the cauldron. Hou Bin talks to Ashley Byrne. A Made In Manchester Pr…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, finally brings the hosts back together, in person, for the first time in a few months. Here they discuss Tri Bourne's recent wild ride into the Olympics, and how he thrived during them, finishing with the highest hitting percentage of the entire Olympic Games. On this …
 
Butch Discusses: - His two men's Open Wins with Rudy Suwara, and Dane Holtzman in Santa Cruz, and his recollection of both of them and what made them great players, his recollection of the '68 Manhattan Beach Open he played in with Mike Bright where they finished 3rd , and how amazing Rundle and Bergmann & Lang & Von Hagen played that weekend, incl…
 
In 1995, promising Kenyan runner Henry Wanyoike suffered a stroke and lost his sight. After initially feeling depressed, Henry learnt how to run tethered to a guide and went on to a set a series of long-distance running records for the blind. Henry Wanyoike talks to Alex Last. (Photo: Henry Wanyoike, right, with his guide on a run in 2013. Credit: …
 
In this episode, Clarence is joined by producer Curtis Ward as Stephen and Kyle are en route from Tokyo. Clarence and Curtis update us on everything with the conclusion of the Olympic Games. They sit down with U.S. Women's Sitting National Team members and Paralympic gold medalists Katie Holloway (outside hitter) and Nicky Nieves (middle blocker) a…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, is a rare throwback episode, a replay from the fifth podcast we ever did: With April Ross. The reason we're re-airing this one, and not recording a new one, is because it's just so damn good, and to hear what April Ross had to say in November of 2017, and then compare …
 
Season 5 of the LB Fee Show is here! We celebrate a successful first day of competition from Women's Soccer by talking with head coach Mauricio Ingrassia and as always, Andy Fee the return of the only official LBSU podcast! Subscribe and get the news straight from the AD himself every two weeks!By Long Beach State Athletics
 
It's after the Olympics and we've got a College Volleyball Weekly, or "CVW Beach Edition Episode!" This week: UCLA Beach AVCA 2x All-American Lexy Denaburg! Lexy sits down with Rob Espero for USAV Beach Olympic women's breakdown and thoughts on what we saw with former and current NCAA phenoms on the world's biggest stage in Tokyo. We then jump into…
 
At the Tokyo 1964 Olympics, British sweethearts Ann Packer and Robbie Brightwell became household names all over the world when they both competed in the running events. Ann would win a gold medal at her least favourite distance, the 800 metres, while Robbie had to make do with a silver in the 4x400 relay. As this was the amateur era, the couple re…
 
In this special episode, Stephen and our Content Producer Kyle Scholzen are still in Tokyo at the Olympic Games. They update us on all of the action from pool play. Stephen has a nice chat with Haleigh Washington (27:25 - 39:52), Middle Blocker, U.S. Women's National Team and talks about being an Olympian. Clarence wraps everything up discussing th…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features a voice you will all likely recognize, and that's the voice of Lewie Lett, who does the color commentary for virtually every major FIVB tournament and has also been a prominent voice throughout the Tokyo Olympic Games, commentating on everything from beach vol…
 
Butch Discusses: - The Mixed game, Eileen Clancy and seeing how talented she was as a young 10 year old kid playing with Jack Jensen, and the fact that she could drink a beer like no one's business, and asked her to play, a classic Butch and Barbara May Marine street mixed open story when they decided to forfeit when they weren't getting along, muc…
 
Butch Discusses: - The 2020 Olympics, including his take on the USA women's indoor team thus far, the USA men's indoor team and where they need to improve moving forward, and which indoor teams he thinks are the favorites to medal. He then touches on the beach volleyball games, what went wrong from Sponcil & Claes, and Dalhausser & Lucena, and who …
 
Geneticist and cancer epidemiologist Charleen Adams, Ph.D., shares her insights on the genetics of testicular cancer and cancer, in general. She began her career as a chaplain in Manhattan, NY, a position that led her to study disease prevention through genetics. She is now a bioinformatics Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Lemos Lab at the Harva…
 
At the London 2012 Olympics, Somalia sprinter Zamzam Farah became a crowd favourite after finishing last in her 400-metre heat by a whopping 27 seconds. Zamzam had grown up in war-torn Mogadishu, where she had to dodge violence from the militant Al-Shabab group while training on the so-called "Road of Death". Zamzam competed with her body fully cov…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with (OLYMPIAN!!) Tri Bourne and (not Olympian) Travis Mewhirter is a unique one. Again, we are turning to fan questions, as Mewhirter and our popular new cohost, Savvy Simo, a phenomenal player in her own right, discuss the Tokyo Olympics. We go over virtually everything in Tokyo: - Tri Bourne's strange r…
 
In this episode, Stephen is out in Tokyo for the Olympic Games with our content producer, Kyle Scholzen. They talk about their Olympic experiences and how Tokyo is going so far. They also chat with Taylor Sander (18:14 - 22:08), outside hitter for the U.S. Men's National Team and discover some breaking news from him. Clarence wraps everything up di…
 
The first Olympic Games in Japan were held in 1964, less than 20 years after the country lost the Second World War. The bombed-out centre of Tokyo had been virtually rebuilt following the Allied Occupation, and the Japanese took the opportunity to showcase new technology such as the Bullet Train and colour TV broadcasts. Ashley Byrne talks to wrest…
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter is our monthly fan-question episode, though we didn't actually take any specific fan questions, as all of them centered on two topics only: Who is going to win the Olympics? What is Bally's purchase of AVP going to do for the sport of beach volleyball? Now, before we be…
 
At the 2000 Sydney games, women were able to compete in the Pole Vault at the Olympics for the first time. It followed the emergence of a generation of vaulters led by America’s Stacy Dragila, who proved that women could master an event traditionally regarded as too physically demanding and too technically difficult for them. Stacy Dragila went on …
 
This episode of SANDCAST: Beach Volleyball with Tri Bourne and Travis Mewhirter, features Derek Olson, a longtime player on the AVP and FIVB tours. He was an assistant coach at the University of California, Berkeley for two years before being promoted to interim head coach for the previous two. This off-season, he had the strangest of calls: Would …
 
Hosts Clarence Hughes and Stephen Munson begin a series of Olympic previews by sitting down with beach volleyball Olympic nominees Kelly Claes and Sarah Sponcil (6:36 - 39:00), who earned a berth to Tokyo in early June. They discuss Kelly and Sarah’s excitement of qualifying for their first Olympic Games, preparation on and off the court for Tokyo,…
 
USA MNT Team Captain comes back into the Viral Volley Podcast to look back at his Polish PlusLiga season with PGE Skra and Volleyball Nations League during this pandemic season. The BYU alumnus then discusses playing alongside “little bro," Brenden during VNL, the new faces of USA Volleyball like TJ DeFalco, Josh Tuaniga and Kyle Ensing, a little a…
 
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