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Two blokes, 4 Olympic medals, a mic and the inside track on the adrenaline-pumping world of elite cycling; itโ€™s the sports podcast thatโ€™s got everyone talking. Welcome to PodCrash. Hosted by Olympic medalists and professional cyclists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes, this sport podcast gives you an all-access pass into the cycling and social lives of two top athletes. From anecdotes about the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games to interviews with sporting heroes, including the likes of Ed C ...
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This week's guest is Bradley Forbes-Cryans. An up and coming canoe slalom athlete already selected for Tokyo 2020/21. Bradley out paddled the reigning Olympic champion in a closely fought selection battle. Then COVID hit, and his selection looked to be in jeopardy. Hear Bradley's unique perspective of an athlete who had so much to lose by the Olympโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we speak to a man who has been a staple of the British Cycling support team, Chef Alan. Alan has traveled all over the world with Phil and Callum cooking and supporting them and the team. Previously Alan was a successful Chef and Restauranteur we hear about the surprising cross over between being a Michelin Star chef and Eliโ€ฆ
After a PodCrash mini-break we are back! This week's guest is British Badminton Men's Singles Number 1 Toby Penty. Likely to be selected for Tokyo 2020, Toby talks about his journey through the sport and the complexities of having a former teammate become one of his coaches. We hear about his expectations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics - witโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we speak to Etienne Stott, we hear about his journey to Olympic Gold and how he attempts to use his platform for good in protesting for environmental causes. Etienne is a member of Extinction Rebellion and has engaged in acts of civil disobedience leading to multiple arrests. We look to the future, one that has seen many chaโ€ฆ
In this week's episode we speak to Sam Ward. A latecomer to the elite Hockey world, after less than 2 years on the team he earned himself a place with Team GB at Rio 2016! After a freak accident on the pitch in 2014 Sam was left with significant facial injuries including losing the majority of his sight in one eye. After a long recovery, relearningโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we talk to Shane Perkins. An incredibly successful track sprinter and a staple of the circuit. We talk about the culture that used to exist in the Aussie cycling team where tempers sometimes spilled over into fights ๐ŸฅŠ The culture has now changed beyond all recognition but the new set up didn't gel with Perkins. He chose to cโ€ฆ
This week's guest is Kelly Massey, a "late bloomer" to the sport but finding success regardless in Olympic and Commonwealth and European Championships. Kelly has recently retired and is currently doing a PhD in elite and professional athlete retirement. A topic that merits extensive further research given recent negative coverage of athletes struggโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we talk to Ash Dykes, a slightly unusual guest compared to the norm as Ash does not compete in any organised sport but his achievements are as amazing as any Olympian. 29-year-old Ash has already established himself as one of the world's great adventurers; crossing Mongolia and Madagascar facing all kinds of hurdles includinโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we speak to Luke Patience. Olympic Silver Medalist, two-time olympian and he has already gained selection for Tokyo 2021. We hear about Luke's upbringing from humble beginnings moving around Scotland to his meteoric rise through the ranks as part of the illustrious British Sailing Team program. He shares his passion for Sailโ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we sit down with a titan of the sport, Theo Bos. Bos was initially inspired to take up Speed Skating after seeing his brother's success as a professional competing at the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics. In the Netherlands Speed Skating and Cycling are closely connected. Theo found his passion for Cycling through training for โ€ฆ
In this week's episode, we speak to Ed Clancy once again. We first spoke to Ed in 2019, it was our most popular and our favorite episode of the year. The "Grandfather" of the team asks if he can really make Tokyo 2020 after it was announced it has been postponed by a year due to Coronavirus. Ed initially considered retiring when he first heard of tโ€ฆ
A Covid-19 special. In this episode, we bring together PodCrash Alumni David Smith and Owain Doull alongside the usual hosts to discuss the challenges posed to athletes. As it stands many athletes can't train as normal and in David's case he has to self-isolate. Will Tokyo 2020 really continue as normal? What the future may hold for sport when we aโ€ฆ
This powerlifting champion has to make impossible decisions on a daily basis: pursue his life-long dream or focus on his health. Meet Ali Jawad, the GB Paralympic Powerlifter who is pushing through pain, suffering and turmoil for another shot at the podium. โ€œI just want to get that medal, achieve the dream - my dream - and go home.โ€ - Jawad In thisโ€ฆ
From backflipping 30 metres in the air, to running a marathon in North Korea; itโ€™s safe to say this athlete takes on some extreme challenges. This week, Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes catch up with Aimee Fuller, professional slopeside snowboarder, motocross enthusiast, X Games competitor and Olympic athlete. Having hopped on a quad bike at four yโ€ฆ
In this weekโ€™s episode, Olympic cyclists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes sit down with David Smith to hear about his journey in the world of sport and the devastating health issues heโ€™s fought along the way. Battling cancer, overcoming multiple surgeries and dealing with severe paralysis; describing Smith as an โ€˜inspirationโ€™ doesnโ€™t quite cut it. โ€ฆ
โ€œI think Rio was just the start for meโ€ - Joe Clarke Heโ€™s the Olympic kayak champion thatโ€™s going from strength to strength; Joe Clarke drops by for a hilarious chat with Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes. Recorded live in a new studio, this weekโ€™s PodCrash episode has better sound, better lighting (for the YouTube fans) and better hosting skills? Nโ€ฆ
What is it like to be in a relationship with another athlete? In this weekโ€™s episode, former elite cyclist and now PT Charline Jones and Scottish rugby player Lee Jones talk to PodCrash hosts Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes about sport, training and what itโ€™s like to be married to someone equally as competitive as youโ€ฆ Launching straight into the โ€ฆ
Want to find out more about the man behind the mic? In a detour from the usual PodCrash format, itโ€™s time for Olympic cyclist and PodCrash co-host, Callum Skinner, to get a grilling! Ben Nichols (our guest from Episode 14), takes on the role of interviewer in this special episode and delves into why Skinner retired from elite cycling in March 2019 โ€ฆ
Who do athletes and sporting organisations call in a crisis? While PodCrash co-host Philip Hindes is away racing in Valencia, Callum Skinner catches up with the extremely insightful Ben Nichols, who looks at sport (and its breaking stories) through a different lense. A PR and communications master, Nichols has been on the sharp end of some of the bโ€ฆ
Introducing the underdogs of the cycling world; Team Huub Wattbike. With a non-traditional route into cycling, this team burst onto the scene at nationals and have held their own ever since. From maxing out credit cards to attend the World Cup, to their innovative approach to aerodynamics - theyโ€™re making waves (and winning them medals). This week,โ€ฆ
Welcome to a special on-the-road episode of PodCrash! Live en route to Wrexham (yep, they did it), PodCrash hosts Philip Hindes and Callum Skinner are joined by pro tour riders Baby Girl (Chris Lawless), Adam Blythe and Owain Doull on this 73k cycle. The guys discuss feedback from Chris Lawlessโ€™ appearance on PodCrash (actual quote: โ€œThat guy shoulโ€ฆ
โ€œItโ€™s like a rollercoaster; except thereโ€™s a real element of risk that you could actually crashโ€ - Ben McCullough From careering down a bobsleigh track - the g-force blurring the edges of his vision - to running his own butler in the buff company, Ben McCullough shares his fascinating journey from professional athlete to CEO with PodCrash hosts Calโ€ฆ
Join Olympic cyclists Philip Hindes and Callum Skinner for the 10th episode of PodCrash. This banter-filled episode sees Hindes and Skinner joined by Team Ineos cyclist and Tour De Yorkshire winner, Chris Lawless. Hindes finally has news! Returning from a disappointing performance in America (his words), he cycled through NYC on a hire bike (the USโ€ฆ
โ€œOne wave changed my life and put me on the map.โ€ - Andrew Cotton. You donโ€™t want to miss this one. Champion cyclists Philip Hindes and Callum Skinner take a detour into the world of surfing with their first non-cycling guest; Red Bull Athlete and Big Wave Surfer, Andrew Cotton. Cottonโ€™s inspiring story starts with him selling wetsuits and making sโ€ฆ
โ€œYouโ€™re an Olympic gold medalist, going for another gold medal and you canโ€™t put your socks on in the morning.โ€ Ed Clancy. During this entertaining instalment of PodCrash, elite cyclists and Olympic medallists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes are joined by 3X Olympic champion, World Champion and 8X World Record-breaker, Ed Clancy OBE. In this weekโ€™โ€ฆ
Get a lesson in resilience, talking in code and living off ยฃ7k a year from the Paralympic Tandem Cyclist, Helen Scott MBE. From being dropped by the British Cycling Sprint Academy after just one year to winning 4 Paralympic medals, 12 World Championship medals and 4 Commonwealth Games medals, Helen Scott knows a thing or two about picking herself bโ€ฆ
Welcome to another action-packed episode of PodCrash. This week, Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes are joined by two-time Paralympic cycling champion, Steve Bate. Recorded in Bateโ€™s West Yorkshire home, this cycling podcast kicks off with the weekโ€™s news; Hindesโ€™ new YouTube videos, the fallout from revealing Kian Emadiโ€™s soft spot for Vicky Williamโ€ฆ
Sheโ€™s the athlete that had to fight to walk again after a catastrophic crash nearly ended her career in 2015. Great Britain Track Cyclist Vicky Williamson joins Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes for this weekโ€™s episode of PodCrash. Launching into the episode with this weekโ€™s news; Skinner had his car stolen, while Williamson struggles to find a new โ€ฆ
What happens when you fulfill a life-long dream at just 23? During the Rio Olympics, Owain Doull scooped a gold medal in the Menโ€™s Team Pursuit. Then, suddenly, he was back road cycling, heavier than before and struggling to keep up during the Tour of Britain. This week, Philip Hindes and Callum Skinner talk about the highs and lows of elite cyclinโ€ฆ
What can we learn from Great Britainโ€™s โ€“ scrap that โ€“ the worldโ€™s most successful track cyclist of all time? The legend that is Sir Chris Hoy MBE has a down-to-earth chat with PodCrash hosts, Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes, in this weekโ€™s episode. โ€œEvery generation of athlete - itโ€™s their responsibility to raise the barโ€ - Sir Chris Hoy MBE A lotโ€ฆ
Just one more wrist injury could be the end of Kyle Evansโ€™ competitive BMX career, but heโ€™s not hanging up his helmet anytime soon... Great British Cycling Team athletes Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes return for the second instalment of this banter-filled cycling podcast and, this week, theyโ€™re joined by gutsy Pro BMX racer and European Champion,โ€ฆ
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