Conversations from the world of women’s sports

WiSP: Paula McGuire

Paula McGuire from Scotland has recently achieved the unlikely feat of learning all 17 sports that are part of the Commonwealth Games, which given her introverted nature and totally unsporting background was a serious accomplishment. She shares her story and explains how sport has become a part of her life and transformed in her in many ways. You can find Paula's website here and follow her on Facebook here and on Twitter @pmusttryharder.  Post your comments and questions on our Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford.  This podcast is available for download from the iTunes store to your Smartphone Podcast App.

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Milliner Sarah Havens from Louisville, Kentucky has her own bespoke business at Sarah Haven Millinery and has created hats for both professional theatre companies and the fashion industry. She has also worked at Santa Fe Opera, The Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Louisville Ballet, The Stage One Children's Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and The Met.  Visit her website at Sarah Havens Millinery here.  Join us on Facebook at Chris Stafford Radio and on Twitter @chrisestafford. Download this podcast from iTunes to your Smartphone Podcast App for free.

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Heather Blitz has been having a stellar year with Oak Hill Ranch's stallion Ripline and has also been in the winner's circle with her Grand Prix partner Paragon. She offers some insight into training these two very different horses and shares her experiences of training a very talented horse, which itself presents challenges.  You can follow Heather  - Paragon - Ripline on Facebook and on Twitter @heatherblitz, @HRHParagon and @IamRipline. Post your comments and questions on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford. This Podcast is available as a free subscription on iTunes for download to your Smartphone Podcast App.

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WiSP: Deborah Slaner Larkin

Women in Sport is a brand new show featuring women in all sports, their stories and current issues. My first guest is the CEO of the Women's Sports Foundation, Deborah Slaner Larkin who explains the work of the WSF since it was founded in 1974 by tennis legend Billie Jean King.  Find out more about the WSF on its website here and follow them on Facebook here and on Twitter @WomensSportsFdn.   Post your comments and questions on our Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford. This podcast is available for download from the iTunes store to your Smartphone Podcast App.

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Inga Wolframm joins me to co-host this brand new show featuring Inspirational Women from around the world and different walks of life.  The one thing they have in common is that they are all very talented. Our first guest is 19 year old Erin Hanson, a poet from Brisbane, Australia whose blog The Poetic Underground is a global success and her poetry is truly inspirational.  Erin tells her story and reads a few of her poems. Be sure to visit her website here - thepoeticunderground.com - and follow her on Twitter @erinhpoetry and on Facebook at The Poetic Underground.  Post your comments and suggestions for guests on our Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow us on Twitter @ingawolframm and @chrisestafford.

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Cat Chamberlain @Cat_rose05 talks to Young Rider Erin McHenry for our Dressage for Youth Segment. You can find Erin's Blog here and follow her on Twitter @erinmmchenryPost your comments and questions on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter @chrisestafford. This podcast is available for download from the iTunes Podcast store to your Smartphone Podcast App.

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Finnish Olympic dressage rider and renown trainer, Kyra Kyrklund is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. She tells her very personal story of how she dealt with the diagnosis and her treatment plan, while maintaining her business and managing to ride regularly.  You can post your comments and questions on the Facebook Page at Chris Stafford Radio and follow on Twitter@chrisestafford. This podcast is available for download from the iTunes Podcast store to your Smartphone Podcast App.

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