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So, what's next?
48 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
So, what's next for James Chapman?
It's the final episode of season TWO! How on Earth has this happened? It's been a wild ride of a first year of the podcast and I couldn't thank you all enough. To round out what has been another season of fun, I'd like to welcome Australian Olympic rower, James Chapman onto the podcast. James has an abundance of achievements including, but not limited to, second at the 2011 World Championships, first at the 2012 Munich World Cup and Lucerne World Cup, second at the 2012 London Olympic Games and first at the 2013 Sydney World Cup. James is now doing incredible work as the Leadership and Culture Principal Consultant at Maximus International which you can check out at https://www.maximus.com.au/ or https://www.linkedin.com/company/maximus-international. And if you want to find out more about James, you can find him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-j-chapman/ See you all for season three! The launch of season three will happen on our Instagram page @podcastsowhatsnext so make sure to give them a follow.
38 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
So, what's next for Alipate Carlile?
We've got to keep you on your toes so it's time to step away from the world of Olympians this week and jump to the professional sport of AFL. On this week's episode of So, what's next? we get to know the wonderful Alipate Carlile. Alipate played 153 games for Port Adelaide Power since commencing his career with the Power in 2006 and has been a Power loyaltist since day dot. Now, Alipate is working as the Multicultural Programs Manager at Port Adelaide Football Club and has a wealth of knowledge about leadership and mentoring, how his identity has developed over his career and how his team completely flipped their culture on it's head to produce some incredible seasons. I hope you all enjoy this episode and as always, you can find us on Instagram @podcastsowhatsnext. See you all next Tuesday for the FINAL EPISODE OF SEASON TWO!
53 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
So, what's next for Georgia Ridler?
I walked away from speaking to Georgia thinking, "Jeez... it's nice to hear my thoughts are normal." Welcome to another week of So, what's next? and on this week's episode, we have the Lead Performance Psychologist at the Australian Olympic Committee, Georgia Ridler. After speaking to so many athletes, I wanted to find out more about how our mental wellbeing can affect our performance, the importance of the work life balance, the incredible skills that athletes learn that can be used in the world of employment and how to identify as more than just an athlete. I truly encourage any athlete and person, regardless of where they're at in their career, give this episode a listen. In other news, go check us out on Instagram @podcastsowhatsnext. See you all there!
46 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
So, what's next for Cheltzie Lee and Sam Hall?
Why on earth are there two names in the title? That's right, we have double the guest speakers on today's episode! Let's welcome 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic figure skater, Cheltzie Lee and 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic freestyle skier in mogul skiing, Sam Hall. Apart from the fact that these two have some incredible sporting achievements under their belt, they also MET through sport and so I thought what better way to share their transitions out of sport than with each other. This episode is filled with banter and them finishing each other's sentences and I'm absolutely here for it. I hope you all enjoy the episode and much as I did recording it.
49 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
So, what's next for Suzy Balogh?
Welcome back to So, what's next?, the podcast covering athletes transitions out of sport and all the lessons they've learned along the way. On this week's episode, we welcome Suzy Balogh, Olympic gold medallist in the sport of shooting. Suzy won gold at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics in Trap as well as bronze at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games in Trap Pairs and gold in Trap Pairs and bronze in Double Trap Pairs at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. Suzy now runs Hitting Targets, a gun club in NSW introducing people to clay shooting. She is also a mentor in the Gold Medal Ready program under the Australian Institute of Sport, getting Australian athletes ready for Tokyo 2020/21 and an Olympians Unleashed Speaker at the Australian Olympic Committee, talking to year 9’s about setting career and sporting goals.
36 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
So, what's next for Jeff Fenech?
Welcome to another episode of So, what's next? This week i'm incredibly excited to bring to you three-time world title holder, Jeff Fenech. Holding a world title across three weight divisions, bantamweight, super bantamweight and featherweight, Jeff was trained by Johnny Lewis and is recognised as one of the best boxers Australia has ever had. Jeff was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2002, Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame Moderns category in 2003, and was elevated further to Legend status in 2013 and was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1986. Jeff competed at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics before turning to professional boxing where he had 33 fights, winning 29, 21 by knockout, lost three and drew one.
41 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
So, what's next for Steph Magiros?
Hi friends! On today's episode of So, what's next? we're jumping straight into the halfpipe with Steph Magiros. Steph made it to the semi-finals of the half pipe at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, placing 18th overall. Steph is now a qualified yoga teacher, two time Australian Ninja Warrior contestant and just an all-round enthusiastic and optimistic person. This chat with Steph covers Steph's wild ride from gymnast, to Olympic snowboarder, back to elite level gymnast and her amazing drive to achieve her dreams of making it to an olympics. If you want to see more of Steph, go give her a follow on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stephmagiros/?hl=en (@stephmagiros)!
51 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
So, what's next for Nova Peris?
Welcome back to SEASON TWO of So, what's next? I'm absolutely blown away by the support that you all gave during season one and we're back for an even bigger and better season two! On today's episode we have the trailblazer that is Nova Peris. Nova Peris is a descendant of the Gija people of East Kimberley and the Yawuru people of West Kimberley; the Muran Clan Iwatja people of West Arnhem Land, and is an incredibly successful woman in both sports and politics. Nova is a two-time Olympian, competing in two different Summer Olympic sports. First, Nova, as part of the Hockeyroos team won gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic and became the first Indigenous Australian to win an Olympic gold. Nova then competed in athletics in at the 2000 Sydney Olympics reaching semi-finals of the 400m sprint and fifth in the 4x100m relay. Post-sport, Nova was elected to the Australian senate as a senator for the Northern Territory at the 2013 federal election as Julia Gillard’s named ‘captain’s pick’. This made Nova Australia’s first Indigenous woman elected to federal parliament. I'm so honoured to have had the chance to speak to Nova and I hope you all enjoy this episode as much as I did.
50 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
So, what's next for Eamon Sullivan
It's the final episode of SEASON ONE of So, what's next? I can't believe it! On today's episode we have the delightful former Australian sprint swimmer, Eamon Sullivan. Eamon competed at the Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games and is a three time Olympic medalist. Eamon has also broken two world records and since his retirement from swimming has gone on to win the first series of Celebrity MasterChef Australia in 2009 and opened Bib and Tucker in North Fremantle, May Street Larder in East Fremantle, Goody Two’s, Japanese whiskey bar in Perth CBD and Pogo Restaurant and Sammy’s Restaurant in Mount Hawthorn. Eamon actually joins us for this episode from Pogo’s!
40 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
So, what's next for Kim Mickle?
Welcome back, welcome back! On today's episode of So, what's next?, we're chatting to the incredible, Kim Mickle. Kim is an Australian track and field athlete competing in Javelin. She held the Australian record for a throw of 66.83m until 2018 and has a number of achievements under her belt including first place at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Silver at the 2013 World Championships and qualifying to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics. Kim then moved into the world of AFLW with the Fremantle Football Club. Kim is the epitome of cup-half-full in this episode as we cover her experiences in individual and team sports, multiple injuries and life lessons she's picked up along the way!
47 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
So, what's next for Lydia Lassila?
Would you trying flying into the air and completing a full-twisting somersault, then a double-twisting somersault, and then another single-twisting somersault, all in one jump? Look, me neither BUT on this week's episode of So, what's next?, we get to talk to the first woman to nail this in aerial skiing... welcome, Lydia Lassila! Lydia is a five time Olympic freestyle skier, competing at the 2002 Salt Lake City, 2006 Turin, 2010 Vancouver, 2014 Sochi and 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games, taking gold at the 2010 and bronze at the 2014 Olympic games. Lydia is also the Founder and Director at BodyICE, joint-specific heat and ice recovery packs , as well as their latest venture, ZONE, environmentally conscious yoga equipment. Lydia also has a critically acclaimed documentary and book called, The Will to Fly, which you can bet I binge watched as soon as we finished the recording. BodyICE - https://bodyice.com/ (https://bodyice.com/) ZONE - https://bodyice.com/collections/zone (https://bodyice.com/collections/zone) The Will to Fly book and documentary - https://bodyice.com/pages/mental-training (https://bodyice.com/pages/mental-training) If you want to show your support, please hit subscribe or give it a rating. You can find the ‘So, what’s next?’ community on Instagram, @podcastsowhatsnext.
32 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
So, what's next for Jamie Dwyer?
Hello friends, happy So, what’s next? Tuesday! We’ve got another fantastic guest speaker joining us today… the one and only, Jamie Dwyer. Jamie is a four-time Olympian, having gone to the 2004 Athens, 2008 Beijing, 2012 London and 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Jamie won Olympic gold at the 2004 Athens Olympics and is a five time FIH, International Hockey Federation world player of the year, awarded in 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011. To add to his incredible achievements, Jamie also has an Order of Australia Medal for his services to sport, was inducted into the Australia Institute of Sport ‘Best of the Best’ and is now the owner of JDH, the go-to hockey brand for hockey equipment, sticks and apparel, and part owner in a number of different restaurants and cafes around Perth. Jamie Dwyer Hockey: https://jamiedwyerhockey.com/ (https://jamiedwyerhockey.com/) If you want to show your support, please hit subscribe or give it a rating. You can find the ‘So, what’s next?’ community on Instagram, @podcastsowhatsnext.
36 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
So, what's next for Louise Sauvage?
Happy Tuesday, friends! I have been absolutely hanging to share this episode with the legend-status, Louise Sauvage. Louise is a nine-time Paralympic gold medalist and four-time silver medalist. She’s also a 11-time gold and two-time silver medalist at the IPC Athletics World Championships. Louise sits in the Sport Australia Hall of Fame - being the first ever Australian Paralympian to be awarded legend status and is now coaching world-class athletes of her own. We chat all about what she’s learned as a coach and athlete, how she prepared and recovered when move from short distance racing to winning the Boston Marathon and how important participation in sport is for people with disabilities. I am an independent podcaster, sharing these stories as a way of transitioning out of sport myself and wanting to support other athletes. If you want to show your support, please hit subscribe or give it a rating. You can find the ‘So, what’s next?’ community on Instagram, @podcastsowhatsnext.
32 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
So, what's next for Sally Carbon?
On this week's episode, we have the wonderful Sally Carbon joining us. Sally is a two time Olympian, competing in field hockey, placing fifth at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and achieving gold at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Sally also has an Order of Australia Medal for her services to sport, has written nine books, both kids books and adult books, alongside sitting on a number of boards. Sally is not only an incredible businesswoman but her passion for creativity is positively infectious.
37 minutes | Jul 27, 2020
So, what's next for Heath Spence?
This week we're joined by our very own Australian Cool Runnings story, Heath Spence. Heath is an Olympic bobsledder who competed at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in the two-man and four-man bobsleigh. Heath has since coached the Chinese and Korean national bobsleigh teams and has recently received his pilot's licence. Heath is an incredible speaker and shares his journey from how he got into the sport, how his sporting career abruptly ended and the differences between handling stress as a rugby player and bobsledder. Please hit subscribe if you want to hear more episodes or you can find the podcast on Instagram, @podcastsowhatsnext.
34 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
So, what's next for Lauren Mitchell?
On this week’s episode, we’re joined by the delightful, Lauren Mitchell. Lauren is a world champion, Commonwealth Games medallist and two time Olympian in artistic gymnastics and has turned to a career as a radiographer in one of Western Australia’s top hospitals. I was pretty nervous recording with Lauren as the first podcast guest however, Lauren was such a blast to interview and shares some absolute gems of wisdom throughout this episode. Please hit subscribe if you want to hear more episodes or you can find the podcast on Instagram, @podcastsowhatsnext.
2 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
WELCOME to So, what's next?
WELCOME to So, what's next?, the podcast for Australian athletes to share their stories about the transition through and life after sport. We want to explore how athletes define and handle stress and success throughout their journey as elite athletes, what their training regime looked like and then dive into what they experienced during their transition out of sport.
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