Social Sport

By Emma Zimmerman

On Social Sport, Emma Zimmerman features conversations with endurance athletes of all types committed to fostering social change. The athletes she speaks with are climate change activists, mental health advocates, and promoters of more inclusive outdoor spaces. Through Social Sport, she shares the stories and thoughts of people who explore the connection between sport and activism in their lives. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialsport/support

  1. 1.
    #72 - Zahra Alabanza on outdoor adventure for healing and Black liberation
    53:11
  2. 2.
    #71 - Emma Gee, first openly LGBTQ+ athlete at BYU, on the performance enhancing benefits of being your authentic self
    51:35
  3. 3.
    #70 - Chris Mosier on the 'Changing the Game' documentary and supporting transgender youth in sports
    31:21
  4. 4.
    #69 - Lynn Mattix on Fund Her Tri and sharing the healing nature of sport
    1:00:52
  5. 5.
    #68 - Lucy Bartholomew on sustainability, body image, and being a positive role model for young athletes
    51:45
  6. 6.
    #67 - Cut to the Chase with Emma and Kamilah: transgender athletes' rights and support from the running community
    44:23
  7. 7.
    #66 - Liz "Snorkel" Thomas, the "thru-hiking legend," on expanding outdoor access through writing and urban-hiking
    48:48
  8. 8.
    #65 - Sabrina L. De La Cruz on Angel City Elite and inspiring the next generation of BIPOC runners
    40:17
  1. 9.
    #64 - Sandy Namgung on speaking up against anti-Asian violence, and not letting racism win
    52:36
  2. 10.
    #63 - Sam Snyder, PhD, on where conservation, political organizing, and running intersect
    45:41
  3. 11.
    #62 - Cut to the Chase with Emma and Kamilah: people-centered environmentalism and where athletes fit
    50:02
  4. 12.
    #61 - Savannah and Dallas Erdahl of OPE Running on handmade, sustainable, & ethical running apparel
    54:19
  5. 13.
    #60 - Rahaf Khatib on communicating her worth as a covered Muslim American woman in running
    47:45
  6. 14.
    #59 - Robyn McGillis and Marie Davis Markham on Wildwood and empowering young, female runners
    56:40
  7. 15.
    #58 - Rosie Cruz on athlete abuse at Loyola Marymount University and an "NCAA problem"
    1:07:46
  8. 16.
    #57 - Cut to the Chase with Emma and Kamilah: "Social Media Holidays"
    50:46
  9. 17.
    TEASER Cut to the Chase with Emma and Kamilah
    3:45
  10. 18.
    Episode 56: Indra Hayre, diversity & inclusion consultant, model, and founder of Inclu-SKI-vity
    48:58
  11. 19.
    Episode 55: The Philadelphia Distance Run, with Andy Kucer and C.C. Tellez
    59:25
  12. 20.
    Episode 54: Mary Lytle, cofounder of Radical Adventure Riders, on challenging the gender binary
    44:38
  13. 21.
    Episode 53: Dinée Dorame on living her values as a Navajo woman in sports media
    1:05:02
  14. 22.
    Episode 52: Garrick Chan, Founder of Asian Athlete Spotlight, on fighting racism and stereotypes
    41:22
  15. 23.
    Episode 51: Grayson Murphy and David Roche are rockstars: environmentalism and coaching the whole person
    1:02:25
  16. 24.
    Episode 50: Heather Caplan, anti-diet dietician, on weight-stigma in sports and beyond
    56:24
  17. 25.
    Episode 49: Zoë Rom on climate change and environmental justice in sports journalism
    53:06
  18. 26.
    Episode 48: Aliya Tyus-Barnwell, founder of Ride Up Grades, on redefining the word "cyclist" and breaking down barriers to entry in biking
    56:38
  19. 27.
    Episode 47: David Proctor and Paula Quatromoni on RED-S in male athletes and diversifying eating disorder care
    57:35
  20. 28.
    Episode 46: Starla Garcia, M.Ed, RDN, LD, on cultural competency in dietetics and preventing RED-S among BIPOC athletes
    1:03:44
  21. 29.
    Episode 45: Elise Cranny on RED-S, body changes, and inspiring young runners to celebrate their strength
    49:14
  22. 30.
    Episode 44: Rachael Steil on breaking misconceptions on eating disorders in running
    48:04
  23. 31.
    Episode 43: Kiera Carter, writer and editor-at-large at Women's Health, on RED-S in running
    44:31
  24. 32.
    Episode 42: Bernardo Ruiz, renowned film director, on The Infinite Race, an ESPN 30 for 30 film
    32:11
  25. 33.
    Episode 41: Jessica Guo on Ostroy Racing & Development, and creating a more accessible bike culture
    46:11
  26. 34.
    Episode 40: Latoya Shauntay Snell and Taylor Dutch on the Runners Alliance and Intersectionality
    1:12:49
  27. 35.
    Episode 39: Ben Chan on racism in trail running, and holding powerful people accountable
    1:00:08
  28. 36.
    Episode 38: Addie Bracy, professional trail runner and OUTrun cofounder, on safety and inclusion for LGBTQ+ runners
    43:48
  29. 37.
    Episode 37: Sidney Baptista on PIONEERS Run Crew and running as connection and inclusion
    51:39
  30. 38.
    Episode 36: Yuki Hebner on Wesleyan University Cross Country and the general toxicity in college running
    42:11
  31. 39.
    Episode 35: Matilda Egere-Cooper on Fly Girl Collective, Empowering Black and Brown Women through Fitness
    45:41
  32. 40.
    Episode 34: Ride to DC, cycling 300 miles to honor the existence and significance of Black lives
    50:29
  33. 41.
    Episode 33: The Running to Protest Movement and a Reckoning in the NYC Running Community
    1:04:05
  34. 42.
    Episode 32: Aubrey Wall on Body Acceptance Coaching for Athletes
    54:25
  35. 43.
    Episode 31: NOlympics LA and confronting our humanity as sports fans
    53:13
  36. 44.
    Episode 30: All about Womxn Run the Vote Relay with Keshia Roberson
    49:43
  37. 45.
    Episode 29: Vanessa Foerster on Diversify Triathlon Movement and Training your Mind
    47:29
  38. 46.
    Episode 28: Adam "Salty" Dalton on his evolution to becoming one of three openly-queer athletes to qualify for the Olympic Marathon Trials
    1:02:24
  39. 47.
    Episode 27: Carolyn Su of @DiverseWeRun on representation, inclusion, and the burden of showing up as a BIPOC in the running community
    1:12:52
  40. 48.
    Episode 26: Renee Hutchens on mountain biking as decolonization & fighting the erasure of indigenous peoples
    1:01:32
  41. 49.
    Episode 25: Therese Haiss on authentic conversation around mental health & depression, and empowering LGBTQ+ community members
    55:15
  42. 50.
    Episode 24: Victoria Jackson, sports historian and former professional runner, on the deep roots of injustice in athletics
    1:00:01

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