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Since 2002 Alpinist has striven to push creative boundaries with everything we do, from award-winning climbing journalism and creative writing to photography and art. Now, with the Alpinist podcast, we aim to extend our conversations with climbers and community members into interviews and oral histories that will entertain and educate our listeners with everything from dramatic and humorous adventure tales to in-depth discussions of the most significant issues in the climbing world today. Mo ...
 
A high altitude mountaineer travels through sub-zero temperatures, scales treacherous terrain, and carries hundreds of pounds of supplies. Many of us have very little in common with this person. We don’t need to worry about the lack of oxygen in the air or the extent of frostbite in our toes. Yet, we are all human. There are certain ideas which apply to all of us, no matter if we are standing at 29,029 feet or sea level. Why is it important to step outside of our comfort zone? How do we weig ...
 
This is Football Social Daily from Sport Social. We are the ONLY daily Premier League focused podcast bringing you all the latest news and opinion from the EPL. We tackle all the big Premier League talking points from the fans' perspective, 7 days a week throughout the season. Hit subscribe so you never miss a show and don't forget to get involved with us on social media - Twitter: @TheSportSocialFacebook: TheSportSocialInstagram: @SportSocialOfficalAmazon Alexa: "Alexa, Open Sport Social"
 
Daniel Harford and Adam White host RSN’s Sport and Racing Breakfast Show. Get the inside word from the athletes themselves as the biggest names from AFL, Racing, Cricket, Basketball, Soccer and Tennis in the country join the Breakfast Club. Adam Ramanauskas, Jimmy Bartel, Sharelle McMahon & Brad Johnson join Harf and Whitey each morning.
 
The Superhero Podcast with Simo Suoheimo brings you everything you need to become unstoppable. This show is your backstage pass to talks with world class experts and influencers, researchers, athletes, top performers and other superheroes to give you the tips and tools in health, nutrition and high performance you can use to upgrade your fitness, work and life.
 
Hazard Stevens and P.B. Van Trump, aided by the Indian guide Sluiskin, made the first documented successful ascent of Mt. Rainier on August 17, 1870. Hazard's account of the climb was first published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1876 and later reprinted with an introduction by Edmond S. Meany in 1916. Sluiskin tried to dissuade the climbers. "Takhoma” (the Indian name for Mt. Rainier) "was an enchanted mountain, inhabited by an evil spirit, who dwelt in a fiery lake on its summit. No human bei ...
 
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The Breakfast Club Podcast Wednesday 20th January 2021. Catch up with the best of this morning’s show. On Wednesday’s show; Matt Jones – Aussie Golfer Aidan Corr – Nth Melbourne recuit Nicola Stevens – Blues leader Bharat Sundaresan – Crcbuzz journalist Ryan Harris – former Aussie quick cricket Wes Agar – Stikers bowler…
 
Australia failed to bowl a side out in the fourth innings for the third time in recent memory, following Headingly 2019 and Sydney last week. Questions will surround the form of Nathan Lyon (9 wickets for the series) and Mitchell Starc (2 for the match) in particular.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
India became the first touring side to beat Australia at The Gabba since 1988, winning the fourth Test and ultimately the series 2-1. Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara and finally Rishabh Pant were exceptional as India chased 328 in the fourth innings, with just 18 balls to spare.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
Aidan Corr left GWS in the off-season after 98 games in eight seasons, including the 2019 GF. The Giants weren't overly pleased, leaving him out of the final rounds of the season. He joins North's new era under David Noble, and will look to strengthen the backline with fellow newBy RSN - Racing and Sport
 
Newcastle fans were left even more dejected last night as their side lost again - this time 3-0 to Arsenal. Is there a way out of the Steve Bruce-shaped hole? How will Arsenal fare from now after Aubameyang finally fired? (Part 2, 17:59) West Ham host West Brom as Big Sam visits his former club and Leicester can to top with victory over wobbling Ch…
 
The Breakfast Club Podcast Tuesday 19th January 2021. Catch up with the best of this morning’s show. On Tuesday’s show; Russell Milton – UK Football Correspondent Greg Johnson – Veteran’s Cricket Victoria President Josh Kennedy – Sydney Swans co-captain Jamie Maclaren – Melbourne City / socceroos striker Seb Gotch – Stars wicket keeper…
 
Tony Roach might be Minnesota's most-season ice fishing guide. Tony joins Bill Sherck to talk about his favorite ice fishing spots and even gives away a few secrets to his winter success! Thanks to Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) The Minnesota DNR (https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/wmas) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)…
 
Jamie Maclaren scored the winner for City in their 2-1 win over Western United on Saturday night at Aami Park. The win takes City to third, although they've played a game more than most. Jamie won his second A-League golden boot last season (first with City) with 22 goals from 23 games.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
Tueday will see trial matches in Endeavour Hills played between Victorian Country and Victorian metro over 60's and over 70's teams in preparation for the National Championships later this year. This is particularly exciting given the 2020 Championships was cancelled due to Covid-19.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
Matchday 18 of the Premier League saw Manchester United retain top spot after a 0-0 draw with Liverpool, while Manchester City moved into second with a 4-0 win over Crystal palace (two points behind, one game in hand). Leicester, Spurs, West Brom and Brighton also enjoyed wins. Russell Milton; UK Football Correspondent joined the Breakfast Club…
 
Manchester City were blistering as they surged in to second place in the Premier League with a 4-0 trouncing of Crystal Palace. Kevin De Bruyne bagged his 100th assist and Sterling and Gundogan scored screamers as City showed they are bang up for the title race. (Part 2, 20:31) Arsenal play Newcastle United tonight, and Mesut Ozil has finally left …
 
“Andrew Mayes and Glenn McFarlane caught up with experienced tournament director Peter Johnston following hard lockdown for 72 tennis players, Merv Hughes ahead of a crucial day of test cricket, Hurricanes Coach Adam Griffith on gameday of their crunch clash and Carlton Assistant Brent Stanton for the latest on the Carlton midfield at the start of …
 
Ant McGinley is joined by journalists and podcasters Rob Blanchette and Pete Hall to review the weekend's Premier League fixtures. They ask who are the real winners as Manchester United and Liverpool draw a blank at Anfield; Spurs and Leicester win to challenge the top five; West Brom beat Big Sam's boyhood club Wolves as he kickstarts their great …
 
Hobart will tonight play the Sydney Thunder, which is all of a sudden a must win for the Canes. They've slid to 7th after 10 matches, but due to the condensed nature of the table are only four points from second. Adam Griffith; Hobart Hurricanes coach joined the Breakfast ClubBy RSN - Racing and Sport
 
The Australian Open confirmed a fifth case of Covid-19 had been found among is charter flights late on Sunday night, with over 60 players and staff plunged into two weeks isolation ahead of the tournament. Players have been outspoken on what they perceive as unclear rulings, with some insisting they'd not have traveled had they known these tough co…
 
Carlton have returned to training for 2021, with new recruits Adam Saad, Zac Williams and Lachie Fogarty hoping to help them return to the finals after seven wins last year. Brent Stanton is entering his fourth year at Carlton, having retired after a 255 games for Essendon after 2017.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
Niall McCaughan is joined by The Athletic writers Sam Lee and Carl Anka to preview the weekend's Premier League fixtures. Manchester United and Liverpool do battle in the biggest derby for some time as top spot is at stake, Wolves v West Brom returns to the Premier League arena and can Chelsea boss Frank Lampard afford to slip up against Fulham? Al…
 
Arsenal and Crystal Palace drew 0-0 in the Premier League last night in an uninspiring game. What does the result do for both clubs moving forward? (Part 2, 19:15) We discuss Marcus Rashford's comments on how Mourinho taught him to be smarter in the box when it comes to penalties, with Liverpool and Man Utd facing off at the weekend and plenty of d…
 
Snakes tie themselves in knots to climb up slippery poles after endangered prey; Spinning stars act as cosmic lighthouses to help detect gravitational waves; Heavy machinery is compacting agricultural soils. Can we persuade plants to put up with it?; Canada committed to protecting 30% of our territory by 2030. Which 30% should it be?; ‘Shocking’ el…
 
The Dogs have returned to training over the past couple of weeks as they look to atone for their first week finals exit last season. One of the Dogs' most consistent performers, Jackson Macrae may come up against his brother Finlay in round one if the latter earns a debut for Collingwood.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
The new NHL season commenced yesterday, with reigning champions Tampa Bay Lightning opening with a 6-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. Lightning are expected to challenge again, despite losing Nikita Kucherov. Colorado Avalanche and Vegas Golden Knights also expected to contend. Jesse Spector; New York Ice Hockey Journalist joined the Breakfast Cl…
 
Tottenham missed a good opportunity for three points last night against a determined Fulham side. Are results becoming concerning for Mourinho's Spurs and are Fulham now the pick of the bottom bunch? Plus, Man City win their 7th game on the bounce against increasingly struggling Brighton to home in on the Premier League top two. (Part 2, 13:50) Are…
 
The Breakfast Club Podcast Thursday 14th January 2021. Catch up with the best of this morning’s show. On today’s show; Tim Wigmore – UK Cricket Journo Jack Hale – Tasmanian Sprinter Jackson Hately – Adelaide Crows Recruit Curtis Good – Melbourne City Defender Graham Arnold – Socceroos/ Olyroos manager Chris Goulding- Melbourne United Basketballer…
 
Graham Arnold had a huge 2020 planned with both national squads, only to have the vast majority of it scuppered by Covid-19. With the Socceroos racking up a backlog of World Cup qualifiers and still invited to the Copa America, and the Olyroos qualified for the Tokyo Olympics, 2021 will hopefully see considerable success for Australia.…
 
Curtis Good this week signed a three-year contract extension tying him to the club until 2025. Having started his career as a highly-promising youngster, Curtis has been riddled by long-term injuries over the years. Last season he strung consistent football together at City, and is now displaying his quality once again.…
 
Jack Hale ran the fastest 100-yards ever by an Australian on Saturday night in Geelong (9/43 seconds), breaking Gary Eddy's record that had stood for 55 years (9.52). Jack is fine tuning his 100-metre time as he looks to qualify for the Olympics, something he narrowly missed in 2016. He may also enter the relay.…
 
The first of two Tests between Sri Lanka and England will commence from 3:30pm (AEDT) today. It's Sri Lanka's first home series since 2019; they recently lost both Tests in South Africa. For England, Ben Stokes is being rested while Johnny Bairstow is in line for a Test recall.By RSN - Racing and Sport
 
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