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Clean Sport Collective

110 EpisodesProduced by Kara Goucher, Shanna Burnette, and Chris McClungWebsite

The Clean Sport Collective is a community of powerful voices comprised of athletes, brands, events, clubs, fans and the public to support the pursuit of clean sport and athletics through the absence of performance enhancing drugs.With this podcast, we will celebrate clean athletes, educate you on is… read more

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February 22nd, 2024


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Episode #108: Host Roundtable with Kara, Shanna, and Chris

November 22nd, 2022


With crazy lives and busy schedules, it's been a minute since we published an episode, but we are excited to release this roundtable on recent …

Episode #107: Jenna Fesemyer, Paralympian in Wheelchair Racing

March 29th, 2022


Jenna Fesemyer was born with a birth defect that would cause doctors to amputate her left leg soon after she entered this world as one of a set of …

Episode #106: Dominique Scott, 2-Time Olympian in Track and Field

March 22nd, 2022


Dominique Scott is a 2-Time Olympian, a 5-Time NCAA Champion, a South African champion and record holder, and the owner of two new, smoking-fast …

Episode #105: Elana Meyers Taylor, 5-Time Olympic Medalist in the Bobsled

March 8th, 2022


She first tried out for the Olympics in softball but didn't make the team. Then she switched sports, and the rest is a story for the history and record books.

Now, she is a 4-time Olympian. She is a 5-time Olympic …

Episode #104: Host Roundtable with Kara, Shanna, and Chris

March 1st, 2022


We are BACK for a new season of Clean Sport Collective Podcast episodes, and we start this season just like we did the last one with a host round …

Episode #103: Nathan Martin, Fastest US-Born Black Marathoner

December 20th, 2021


Nathan Martin is the fastest US-born black man to ever cover 26.2 miles. He ran 2:11:05 at the Marathon Project in 2020 to earn that title with a new personal best. He also finished 3rd American and 8th overall at the …

Episode #102: Zach Bitter and Ryan Montgomery on Clean Sport in the Trail/Ultra Community

December 13th, 2021


Ryan Montgomery and Zach Bitter are no strangers to doing really hard things over long distances. Zach holds the world records for both the 100-mile …

Episode #101: Catching up with Alysia Montaño

December 6th, 2021


"The biggest thing that I just want to stop feeling, that I continue to feel, is the time that I spent in my career being fake." - Alysia Montaño. 

Alysia has joined us on 2 episodes already so you know her story well. …

Episode #100: Molly Seidel, Olympic Bronze Medalist in the Marathon

November 22nd, 2021


"You don't quit. You don't look behind you, and you don't cheat." - Molly Seidel, discussing values she learned from her mom.

We can't think of a …

Episode #99: Annie Frisbie, 7th Place Finisher at the NYC Marathon

November 15th, 2021


Annie Frisbie had a dream day at the NYC Marathon. She finished as the 3rd American and 7th overall in her debut marathon, running two half marathon PRs en route to the finish line in Central Park. Her finishing time …

Episode #98: Noah Droddy, 9th Fastest US Marathoner of All-Time

November 1st, 2021


In 2016, Noah Droddy finished dead last in the US 10K Track Trials as an unsponsored athlete who was relatively new to the pro ranks.

In 2021, Noah Droddy is now the 9th fastest US marathoner of all-time, and to the …

Episode #97: Catching up with Des Linden

October 25th, 2021


"There's value in showing up when you're not at your best and seeing what you can do. Who are you when it's rough?" - Des Linden.

You will have to listen until the very end to hear this very introspective life advice …

Episode #96: Erin Strout, Writer and Digital Editor for Women's Running

October 12th, 2021


Good journalism is an important part of promoting a sport, and it’s also an important part of bringing the dark sides into the light. Fortunately, we have good journalists like Erin Strout who help us do both for the …

Episode #95: Kate Grace, US Champion and Olympian in the 800m

October 4th, 2021


We can't think of a better way to finish the summer of Kate Grace than with a podcast with Kate Grace! Yes, she's an Olympian, US Champion, and now …

Episode #94: Catching up with Sara Hall

September 27th, 2021


We last talked to Sara Hall in February of 2020 for episode #37, just before she had a disappointing DNF at the Olympic Marathon Trials shortly after. Then, the world shut down and her plan to cope by diving straight …

Episode #93: Courtney Dauwalter, 2x Champion and Course Record Holder at UTMB

September 20th, 2021


Courtney Dauwalter is already one of the greatest ultra runners of all-time, and she's far from finished. She recently won her second Ultra-Trail du …

Episode #92: Host Roundtable on Shelby Houlihan (and more)

September 13th, 2021


It was a busy summer for your Clean Sport Collective hosts, but we are excited to be back to you with new content, starting this week with a host …

Episode #91: Cory McGee, New Olympian in the 1500m

June 25th, 2021


We are excited to present this conversation with new Olympian Cory McGee! She earned a spot in Tokyo with a 2nd place finish in the 1500m at the Olympic Trials earlier this week, and in this episode, she joins us to …

Episode #90: Zola Budd Pieterse, Two-Time World Cross Country Champion

May 10th, 2021


Zola Budd Pieterse has every reason in the world to hate the sport of track and field, but she doesn't. Instead, she gives back to it in ways that …

Episode #89: Renee Anne Shirley, Clean Sport Truth-Teller

May 3rd, 2021


What price would you be willing to pay for telling the truth? What if you knew it would cost you your home, your livelihood, your security, and …

Episode #88: Hillary Allen, Sky Runner

April 26th, 2021


Hillary Allen is used to defying the odds. She did it in graduate school when her running career began, rising from a first-time marathoner in 2012 …

Episode #87: Anthony Famiglietti, Two-Time Olympian in the Steeplechase

April 19th, 2021


You might know Anthony Famiglietti (nicknamed “Fam”) as the two-time Olympian in the steeplechase with an aggressive, front-running style on the track. You may not know his other side as the quiet, introverted artist …

Episode #86: Nick Willis, Two-Time Olympic Medalist in the 1500m

March 22nd, 2021


Nick Willis might be the fastest "amateur" athlete in the world. He hopes it is fast enough to help him qualify for his 5th Olympic Games in Tokyo this year.

In this episode led by Chris and Adam, we find out all about …

Episode #85: Dawn Harper-Nelson, A Follow-Up

March 15th, 2021


With this episode, we release an important follow-up conversation with Dawn Harper-Nelson. In our preparation for our original interview with Dawn, …

Episode #84: Dawn Harper-Nelson, 4-Time Medalist in the 100m Hurdles

March 8th, 2021


You don't want to miss this episode with Dawn Harper-Nelson because we can't think of a better person to showcase on this International Women's Day. …

Episode #83: Kevin Hanson, Co-founder and Coach of Hansons-Brooks Distance Project

March 1st, 2021


There are few in the sport that have so selflessly given back to it as Kevin Hanson, and he's been doing it for the last 40+ years. He has coached at …

Episode #82: Jim Walmsley, 4-Time Ultra Runner of the Year

February 14th, 2021


You know Jim Walmsley as the 4-time ultra runner of the year who owns the course record at the Western States 100, the 50-mile world record, and now …

Episode #81: Clare Egan, Olympian and World Cup Bronze Medalist in Biathlon

January 31st, 2021


Clare Egan has *only* been competing in the sport of Biathlon for 8 years, but she has already made a lifetime of impact. Yes, you could talk about …

Episode #80: Alexi Pappas, Olympian, Filmmaker, and Author of Bravey

January 24th, 2021


For a professional runner, the resume of Alexi Pappas looks a little different than most. Even though she is an Olympian and 10,000m record holder …

Episode #79: Ali Jawad, 3-Time Paralympian in Powerlifting

January 17th, 2021


We dare you to tell Ali Jawad that he can't do something. He will probably prove you wrong just as he's been doing his entire life.

Ali was born without legs, but he has never viewed that as a disadvantage. At age 7, he …

Episode 78: Mikel Thomas, 3-Time Olympian in the 110m Hurdles

January 10th, 2021


Track and field is full of thousands of athletes who train hard, seeking glory without a sponsor and unsure of where they might earn their next check …

Episode #77: Shalane Flanagan, Silver Medalist and 4-Time Olympian

January 4th, 2021


We are excited to kick off the podcast in 2021 with one of the greatest American distance runners of all time - Shalane Flanagan. From the roads to the track to the grass and mud of a cross-country course, her resumé of …

Episode #76: Eilish McColgan, 2-Time Olympian for Great Britain

November 30th, 2020


What is it like growing up as the daughter of one of the greatest distance runners of all-time? Surprisingly normal actually.

In this episode, Eilish …

Episode #75: Leo Manzano, Olympic Silver Medalist in the 1500m

November 15th, 2020


Leo Manzano’s story should be a simple picture of everything that is beautiful about track and field. Mexican-born, he moved to small-town Texas at a …

Episode #74: Frank Lara, US 15K Champion

November 8th, 2020


For Frank Lara, there is so much bittersweet about winning his first national title. He earned his first podium in a US road championship less than a year after turning pro. He was ecstatic with his second-place finish …

Episode #73: Malindi Elmore, Olympian and Canadian Record Holder in the Marathon

November 1st, 2020


Olympian in the 1500m in 2004. Podium finisher at the Ironman distance in 2016. Canadian record holder in the marathon in 2020. Malindi has 16 years …

Episode #72: Paula Aranda, Chair of the Board for USA Weightlifting

October 25th, 2020


Paula Aranda is the Chair of the Board for USA Weightlifting. As a 31-year-old woman of color, her background is unfortunately all too rare within …

Episode #71: Ross Tucker, Sports Scientist

October 18th, 2020


We are excited to welcome Ross Tucker back to the show! He joined us in a special episode in January to discuss the great shoe debate, and this time we learn more about his background growing up in South Africa before …

Episode #70: Lee Troop, Coach and 3-Time Olympian in the Marathon

October 11th, 2020


Lee Troop grew up in Geelong, Australia and started running as an elementary school kid with his dad. His journey from that kid to become a 3-time …

Episode #69: Host Roundtable with Kara, Shanna, Adam, and Chris

October 5th, 2020


This week, we take a break from interviews for a Clean Sport Collective host roundtable to discuss current events in the world of clean sport. Chris …

Episode #67: Brian Beckstead, Co-Founder of Altra Running

September 20th, 2020


One of the best ways to support #cleansport is to buy products from companies that have signed the Clean Sport pledge. Altra Running is one of those companies. 

In this episode, Shanna and Kara interview Altra …

Episode #66: Francie Larrieu Smith, Five-Time Olympian in Track and Field

September 13th, 2020


Did you know that women weren't allowed to compete in the 1500m in the Olympics until 1972 in Munich or in the 10,000m until 1988 in Seoul? As a …

Episode #65: Marla Runyan, Four-Time Olympian and Paralympian in Track and Field

September 6th, 2020


She won 6 Paralympic medals including 5 golds. She competed in two Olympics in the 1500m and 5000m. She won 3 national titles in both the 1500m and …

Episode #64: Don Kardong, 4th Place in the 1976 Olympic Marathon

August 31st, 2020


You've heard the story of Frank Shorter and how he was robbed of a second gold medal in the 1976 Olympic Marathon (discussed in episode 15). But, …

Episode #63: Summer Sanders, Olympic Gold Medalist in Swimming and Sports Commentator

August 23rd, 2020


"I really need athletes and coaches and executives within national governing bodies to understand... there is no gray area." - Summer Sanders.

We agree. There is no gray area when it comes to clean sport. There is also …

Episode #61: Jon Rankin, US Junior Champion in the 1500m and Founder of Go Be More Apparel

August 9th, 2020


Jon Rankin is a self-described dreamer, and his story is one that is packed with equal doses of heartbreak and inspiration. In this conversation with Kara and Chris, you will hear about how he fell in love with the …

Episode #60: Liz McColgan, World Champion in the 10,000 Meters

August 2nd, 2020


Liz McColgan is a legend and pioneer in the sport of track and field. She won the first-ever women's 10K at the Commonwealth Games in 1986. She …

Episode #59: Tianna Bartoletta, World and Olympic Champion in the Long Jump

July 26th, 2020


"We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort." …

Episode #58: Travis Tygart, CEO of USADA

July 19th, 2020


With this episode, we welcome back Travis Tygart to the show. Travis is the CEO of the US Anti-Doping Agency and was our very first guest to join the podcast in episode #1.

In this episode, Kara and Chris chat with …

Episode #57: Sanya Richards-Ross, World and Olympic Champion in the 400m

July 12th, 2020


You might know Sanya Richards-Ross as an athlete, but do you know Sanya Richards-Ross as a person?

When it comes to the 400 meters, Sanya Richards-Ross is one of the greatest of all-time. She has 14 global championship …

Episode #56: Christian Taylor, Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion in the Triple Jump

July 5th, 2020


Christian Taylor is a name you need to know. He’s one of the most dominant athletes in his discipline – the triple jump. He’s won 6 of the last 7 global outdoor championships dating back to 2011 including 2 Olympic and …

Episode #55: Matt Taylor, Co-Founder and CEO of Tracksmith

June 26th, 2020


Matt Taylor grew up in the industrial city of Pittsburgh, PA with a family history in the steel and coal industries. As that city (and its industries …

Episode #54: Lashinda Demus, World Champion in the 400m Hurdles

June 21st, 2020


Imagine missing the Olympic team by .14 seconds in 2008 after working so hard to return from having twins and becoming a mom the first time. Then four years later, imagine nearly tearing your hamstring off the bone just …

Episode #53: Gary Hall Jr, 5x Olympic Gold Medalist in Swimming

June 14th, 2020


Many remember Gary Hall, Jr as the 10-time Olympic medalist (five gold, three silver, two bronze) who dominated in the 50 and 100m freestyle for 3 …

Episode #52: Aisha Praught Leer, Commonwealth Games Champion in the Steeplechase

June 7th, 2020


In this episode, we learn the fascinating back story of how Aisha Praught Leer became a Commonwealth Games champion in the steeplechase, while also …

Episode #51: Betsy Andreu, Truth Teller in Cycling

May 31st, 2020


Betsy Andreu was there when Lance Armstrong first admitted to doping in a hospital room in Indianapolis while preparing for cancer treatment. She …

Episode #50: Floyd Landis, Banned Tour de France Champion and Cycling Whistleblower

May 24th, 2020


It is easy to villify those who have made bad decisions. When someone is willing to tell the whole truth, show remorse, and help build a better …

Episode #49: Lindsay Crouse, Journalist for the NY Times

May 17th, 2020


In this episode, we dig into the story behind the stories as Shanna and Kara interview NY Times journalist Lindsay Crouse. In 2019, Lindsay helped break two of the biggest stories of the year, one with Alysia Montano …

Episode #48: Ben Rosario, Coach of Team NAZ Elite

May 10th, 2020


Ben Rosario is the founder and head coach of Team NAZ Elite sponsored by Hoka, but he has done it all in our sport. He's competed in 2 Olympic Marathon Trials, finished 2nd in the US Marathon Championships, owned a …

Episode #47: Jim Ryun, First High Schooler to Run a Sub 4 Mile

May 3rd, 2020


With this week's guest, we shift from a legend in the hurdles to a legend in the mile as Shanna and Chris interview Jim Ryun. In 1964, Jim Ryun burst on the track scene at the age of 17 by running the first sub-4-minute …

Episode #46: Edwin Moses, The G.O.A.T. in the 400m Hurdles

April 24th, 2020


Edwin Moses began participating in track and field at an early age, but no one could have predicted where it would take him. Undersized in high …

Episode #45: Kara Interviews Shanna and Chris + Listener Questions

April 17th, 2020


In this episode, we mix things up with a get-to-know-your-hosts episode followed by listener questions. Kara takes the lead to interview co-hosts …

Episode #44: Bob Kennedy, 2-Time Olympian in the 5000m

April 12th, 2020


Bob Kennedy is one of the most talented and consistent distance runners in US history. During his career, he was a 2-time Olympian, earned American records in the 3000m, 2 mile, and 5000m races and became the first …

Episode #43: Jessie Diggins, Gold Medalist in XC Skiing

April 5th, 2020


We could all use a smile or two right now, and we believe this interview will give you just that. Jessie Diggins and her teammate Kikkan Randall won …

Episode #42: Sally Bergesen, Founder + CEO of Oiselle

March 29th, 2020


We are excited to wrap up this series for Women's History Month by interviewing Sally Bergesen, the Founder and CEO of Oiselle. Sally Bergesen founded Oiselle in 2007 and since then has been making both better apparel …

Episode #41: Kathrine Switzer, First Woman to Officially Finish the Boston Marathon

March 22nd, 2020


On April 19th, 1967, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially finish the Boston Marathon in a time of 4 hours and 20 minutes. During the …

Episode #40: Nancy Hogshead-Makar, 3x Olympic Gold Medalist in Swimming

March 16th, 2020


Nancy Hogshead-Makar is an American swimmer who won 3 gold and 1 silver medal at the 1984 Olympics. She was a champion in the pool from a very early …

Episode #39: Aliphine Tuliamuk, Olympic Marathon Trials Champion

March 8th, 2020


It seems all too perfect for International Women's Day to fall on the same day as the release of this interview. For this episode, we are excited to …

Episode #38: Colleen Quigley, Olympic Steeplechaser

March 1st, 2020


We are excited to kick off a new month with a new theme! March is National Women’s History month so this month’s guests will all be badass women who are athletes and/or advocates for clean sport. For this first episode …

Episode #37: Sara Hall, 2:22 Marathoner (#6 All-Time)

February 26th, 2020


Warning: if you listen to this episode, you might be inspired to run all-out hill repeats with an uncontrollable smile on your face. Sara's love and …

Episode #36: Kellyn Taylor, 2:24 Marathoner (#7 All-Time)

February 23rd, 2020


Kellyn Taylor is a 2:24 marathoner and ranked #7 on the US all-time list, but her story is so much more interesting than a time on the clock. She's also training to be a firefighter, has a passion for fostering …

Episode #35: Jared Ward, Olympian and 2:09 Marathoner

February 20th, 2020


Jared Ward is an Olympian and 2:09 marathoner, but he might be more proud of his role as a father to 4, professor at BYU, virtual running coach, or …

Episode #34: Stephanie Bruce, 2:29 Marathoner and US 10K Road Champion

February 16th, 2020


In this episode, we stay with team NAZ Elite and interview Stephanie (Steph) Bruce. Not all superheroes wear capes and Steph Bruce is an example of that. You already know that she is fast (at both the marathon and 10K …

Episode #33: Scott Fauble, 2:09 Marathoner (Top 10 All-Time)

February 12th, 2020


Scott Fauble was the top American at the Boston Marathon and the 2nd ranked marathoner in the US in 2019. His 2:09:09 in Boston makes him the 10th fastest US marathoner of all-time. He trains with team Northern Arizona …

Episode #32: Emily Sisson, 2:23 Marathoner (Fastest US Debut)

February 9th, 2020


In this episode, Kara and Chris interview Emily Sisson as we continue our series in the build-up to the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta on …

Episode #31: Shadrack Biwott, Boston Marathon Podium Finisher

February 5th, 2020


Shadrack Biwott is one of only three athletes in the men's field for the US Olympic Marathon Trials who has stood on a World Major Marathon podium. …

Episode #30: Molly Huddle, Olympian and 28-time US Champion

February 2nd, 2020


Olympian Molly Huddle has won so many US titles on the track, road, and grass that even she has lost count. As one of the surest bets in US distance …

Special Episode: New Shoe Regulations with Ross Tucker, Kara Goucher, and Adam Goucher

February 1st, 2020


World Athletics (formerly the IAAF) released their updated regulations regarding footwear today. These regulations establish new rules governing the …

Episode #29: Evan Dunfee, World Bronze Medalist in the 50K Race Walk

January 26th, 2020


Evan Dunfee is a top name in the sport of elite race walking, but perhaps more importantly, he is an outspoken advocate for both clean sport and athlete rights.

Evan finished an agonizing 4th at the Rio Olympics in the …

Episode #28: Uli Fluhme, Race Director and Clean Sport Advocate in Cycling

January 19th, 2020


We are excited to introduce you to Uli Fluhme. He is a race director and clean sport advocate in the sport of cycling, and his story is a fascinating one. 

Uli grew up competing in the world of European cycling where he …

Episode #27: Desiree Linden, Boston Marathon Champion

January 12th, 2020


We continue a new year of Clean Sport podcasts with another amazing guest as 2018 Boston Marathon Champion Desiree Linden joins Kara and Chris on the show.

You know Des as a two-time Olympian in the marathon with 3 …

Episode #26: Steve Magness, Nike Oregon Project Whistleblower

January 5th, 2020


We are excited to kick off a new decade of fighting for clean sport with this powerful episode. Some use the word whistleblower, but we prefer to use …

Episode #25: James Wilks, UFC Fighter and Producer from The Game Changers

December 22nd, 2019


In this episode, Chris and Shanna interview James Wilks, retired UFC Fighter and Producer from the documentary The Game Changers

James was born and raised in England and began experimenting with martial arts at a …

Episode #24: Clean Sport Panel with Rob Krar, Dylan Bowman, Alysia Montaño, and Kara Goucher

December 15th, 2019


On November 15th, the North Face Endurance Challenge hosted us for a Clean Sport panel with elite trail athletes Rob Krar and Dylan Bowman, track …

Episode #23: Roger Pielke, Expert in Sports Governance

December 8th, 2019


Roger Pielke is a name you need to know. He has a Ph.D in Political Science and is a professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder. At CU, he is …

Episode #22: Emma Coburn, Steeplechase World Champion

December 1st, 2019


In this episode, Shanna and Kara interview steeplechase World Champion Emma Coburn. 

Emma is an athlete that really needs no introduction, but for those that don't know, Emma is a 3-time global championship medalist. …

Episode #21: Amelia Boone, 4-Time OCR World Champion

November 24th, 2019


We were very honored to sit down with Amelia Boone in New York City just before the marathon in a room full of gold shoes in the basement of Mile …

Episode #20: Mary Cain Tells Us Her Story

November 17th, 2019


In 2012, Mary Cain set the US High School record in the 1500m at the World Junior Championships running 4:11. Later that year, she got a call from …

Episode #19: Frank Shorter, Part 2

November 10th, 2019


In this episode, we bring you part two of our two-part interview with US marathon legend Frank Shorter. As a reminder, Frank Shorter is the only …

Episode #18: Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet, CrossFit Games Champion

November 3rd, 2019


Having read the episode title, some of you may already be skeptical to listen to this one. If you aren't a CrossFit fan or athlete, then you might wonder how you might relate to Camille's story. Well, we are here to …

Episode #17: Performance Enhancing Footwear? A Panel Discussion with Kara Goucher, Ryan Hall, and Alex Hutchinson

October 27th, 2019


In this episode, we switch gears from talking about the unfair advantage created by the use of performance enhancing drugs to potential unfair advantage created by the use of performance enhancing footwear. 

Host Chris …

Episode #16: Tyler Hamilton, Convicted Doper and Whistleblower in Cycling

October 20th, 2019


In a move that might surprise you, we bring on Tyler Hamilton for episode #16. Tyler Hamilton is a former cyclist who received two doping bans while …

Episode #15: Frank Shorter, 2-time Olympic Medalist in the Marathon

October 13th, 2019


In this episode, we bring you part one of a two-part interview with US marathon legend Frank Shorter. Frank Shorter is the only American to win two …

Episode #14: Kara and Adam Goucher on the 4-Year Bans for Salazar/Brown for Doping Violations

October 7th, 2019


Last Monday September 30th, USADA announced a 4-year ban for Albert Salazar and Dr. Jeffrey Brown for doping violations associated with their work …

Episode #13: Bonnie Ford, Senior Writer at ESPN

September 29th, 2019


With this week's episode, we switch gears from interviewing athletes to interviewing a journalist. Kara, Chris and Shanna are joined by Bonnie Ford to discuss doping and the pursuit of clean sport. 

Bonnie is a senior …

Episode #12: Alysia Montaño, 6-time US 800m Champion and World Bronze Medalist

September 22nd, 2019


With this week's episode, we follow one badass female track field athlete with another. Chris and Kara interview mom and 800m specialist Alysia …

Episode #11: Allyson Felix, 26-time Olympic and World Championship Medalist

September 15th, 2019


Allyson Felix (@allysonfelix) should need no introduction. She is the most decorated track athlete of all-time, male or female, with 26 global …

Episode #10: Roundtable Discussion with Kara Goucher and Shanna Burnette

September 9th, 2019


In this episode, we take a break from interviews to engage in a roundtable discussion on current anti-doping news, including discussion of three topics:

a. The recent sanction of triathlete Lauren Goss for using a …

Episode #9: Adam Goucher, 4-time NCAA Champion and Olympian

August 25th, 2019


In this episode Kara Goucher and Chris McClung interview Adam Goucher. Adam (aka Mr. Kara Goucher) is a 4-time NCAA champion in cross country and track and field plus an Olympian in the 5K, and he has the highest US …

Episode #8: Annie Thorisdottir, 2-time CrossFit Games Champion

August 11th, 2019


In this episode, we interview Annie Thorisdottir of Iceland (@anniethorisdottir) about what drives her to be the best CrossFit athlete in the world. Annie has finished on the podium 5 times in the last decade at the …

Episode #7: Mirinda Carfrae, 3-time Ironman World Champion

July 28th, 2019


In this episode, Kara Goucher and Chris McClung interview Mirinda Carfrae (@mirindacarfrae) who is one of the best triathletes in the world. Mirinda (who goes by Rinny for short) has finished on the podium at the …

Episode #6: Jonathan Coyles, VP of Drug, Health & Safety Programs at Major League Baseball

July 14th, 2019


In this episode, we switch the discussion to a new sport and interview Jonathan Coyles, the VP of Drug, Health & Safety Programs at Major League Baseball (MLB).

In the early 2000s, the BALCO Scandal implicated a …

Episode #5: Ian Sharman, Ultra Marathoner

June 28th, 2019


With episode #5 of the Clean Sport Collective podcast, Kara Goucher and Chris McClung interview ultra marathoner Ian Sharman (@sharmanian). Ian has …

Episode #4: Jenny Simpson, World-Class Miler

June 16th, 2019


In this 4th episode of the Clean Sport Collective podcast, we interview Jenny Simpson (@trackjenny) to get her perspective on anti-doping efforts in …

Episode #3: Kevin Rutherford, CEO of Nuun Hydration

May 31st, 2019


With episode #3, Chris McClung and Shanna Burnette interview one of the founding members and current board members of the Clean Sport Collective - …

Episode #2: Kara Goucher and Shanna Burnette, Origins of the Clean Sport Collective

May 31st, 2019


In episode #2 of the Clean Sport Collective podcast, we introduce you to the 3 co-hosts of the show, Kara Goucher, Shanna Burnette, and Chris …

Episode #1: Travis Tygart, CEO of the US Anti-Doping Agency

May 31st, 2019


We are excited to introduce the Clean Sport Collective podcast with this first episode. The Clean Sport Collective is a community of powerful voices …

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