October 29, 2019

Dr. Stacy T. Sims, is a Senior Research Scientist at the University of Waikato. She is an applied researcher, innovator and entrepreneur in human performance, specifically sex differences in training, nutrition, and environmental conditions. She served as an exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist at Stanford University from 2007 to 2012, where she specialized in sex differences of environment...

October 24, 2019

Pip explains more about the Vendee Ocean Race and why this has been a dream of her’s which has been 10 years in the making. Pip goes into detail about her preparation and training as well as answering quick fire questions at the end. I am so exited to be following Pip as she chases her dream of breaking the women’s record while sailing solo around the world in the ultimate 3 month solo ocean race - T...

October 23, 2019


Hollywood seems to have finally realised that powerful women make for compelling movies. Recently, there has been a string of successful female-fronted films, including Wonder Woman and Captain MarvelAtomic Blonde rocked cinemas, Black Widow is on the way, and we now know there are even genderbent versions of James Bond and John Wick on the way.

All of this represents meaningfu...

October 22, 2019

Alice Morrison racing in the Tour D’Afrique from Cairo to Cape Town on a bike; world first trek from the highest point of North Africa to the Atlantic Ocean , and running the Marathon Des Sables Alice, is a Scottish Adventurer, currently based in Morocco. After a childhood spent running around the African Bush, she was sent to boarding school in Edinburgh where she learned Latin but no decorum. She s...

October 15, 2019

Caroline elected to have her large intestine removed, and to live with a permanent ileostomy. The decision she made then, and those she’s made since, have brought her face-to-face with some tough obstacles and hard decisions to make. No-one truly realises their own resilience until they are put in difficult situations. Motivated to learn to swim by her children, her enthusiasm for triathlon was lit a...

October 11, 2019

Imagine paddling from the source of a river to the sea - you'd start out high in the mountains, searching for the trickling headwaters that make their way ever so steadily to the ocean, some hundreds or thousands of miles away. Now imagine making that very same journey down the longest river in the world: the Nile. Sounds crazy, right? For Sarah Davis, paddling the length of the Nile was more th...

October 8, 2019

Jasmin Paris is a mother, long distance fell runner, small animal vet and research scientist, who was launched into the media spotlight in January this year when she won the 268-mile Montane Spine race outright, breaking the overall record by 12 hours, and beating her nearest rival by 15 hours.

October 4, 2019

At the age of 41, most moms aren’t planning to ski to the South Pole. But, to be fair, most moms aren’t Wendy Searle. In November of 2019, Wendy is setting off from Hercules Inlet in Antarctica for a 1100km (700mi) solo, unsupported ski to the South Pole to test the limits of human endurance and to solidify a place for women in the history of polar exploration. Coming up, we’ll learn more about this f...

October 1, 2019

During this podcast, Sharon shares more about her early life, how she got into running, and how running has changed her life. She shares more about the planning and preparation that goes into a World Record challenge like JOGLE. Sharon is super down to earth and full of top tips and advice to motivate and inspire you!

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