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Hear Her Sports

Female athletes share secrets to speak up, live with power & confidence, and do amazing things. Hear Her Sports podcast covers successes and challenges of exceptional women in sports.
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Dec 26, 2019

Lilah Thompson, high school sophomore volley standout discovered volleyball only about a year ago. She has absolutely found her sport and shines at it! She is the only sophomore on her school’s Varsity volleyball team and plays for Avidity Volleyball Club on the top-level team for her age group. She has been recognized with the Most Improved Award for the 2018 season, named a New England Conference All-star in the Fall of 2019, and was just named one of the best high school athletes of the season in The Boston Globe. Hear Her Sports is long-form interviews with female athletes & women in sports breaking boundaries, speaking up and living with power & confidence.

Dec 19, 2019

Hannah Stodel, 3 time World Champion, 4 times Paralympian. Hannah was born without a lower right arm. At 15 she started competing with her eyes on the Paralympics and now she is preparing for the Vendee Globe, and incredible, solo around the world race. Hannah talks about love of sailing, confidence, her studied preparations for the Vendee, and unicorn duct tape and chocolate. Hear Her Sports is long-form interviews with female athletes & women in sports breaking boundaries, speaking up and living with power & confidence.

Dec 12, 2019

Jessica Berman, Deputy Commissioner and Executive Vice President of Business Affairs at the National Lacrosse League, first woman to hold the title of Deputy Commissioner at any professional sports league in North America and now highest-ranking woman in men’s professional sports leagues. She shares great stuff on emerging sports leagues, big career moves, creative time while running, collecting people, confidence, imposter syndrome and her new position. Hear Her Sports is long-form interviews with female athletes & women in sports breaking boundaries, speaking up and living with power & confidence.

Dec 5, 2019

Lia Neal, Olympic swimmer, Stanford grad, now pro competing in International Swimming League. Lia won bronze and silver medals in the 4x100 freestyle relays at the 2012 & 2016 Olympic Games, was first woman of Black descent to swim an Olympic final for the US and won a gold medal at the Junior World Championships. She shares stories of training, swimming as kid in Brooklyn, giving back, what’s it like being at the Olympics, and finding a bit of balance as a new pro. Hear Her Sports is long-form interviews with female athletes & women in sports breaking boundaries, speaking up and living with power & confidence.

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