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Maggie Nichols Podcasts

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Maggie Nichols. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Maggie Nichols, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Maggie Nichols. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Maggie Nichols, often where they are interviewed.

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Total Sports with Maggie Nichols 6-29-20

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OU women's gymnastics star Maggie Nichols joined James Hale and Josh Helmer on Total Sports to discuss her thoughts on the Netflix documentary "Athlete A".
Jun 29 2020 · 16mins
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Chalk Talk: Maggie Nichols

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This week on Chalk Talk, McKenna and Taylor are chatting all about the quarantine, the end of the NCAA season, potential eligibility for athletes from this season, and updates on the Tokyo Olympics. Then, the one and only Maggie Nichols joins in to give us insight on the abrupt end of her career, obstacles she had to overcome to become one of the most successful NCAA gymnasts in history, if she would return for another year if granted eligibility, what's next for her (assuming gymnastics is over), her approach to each apparatus, and answering some listener questions! You don't want to miss this!

Mar 20 2020 · 46mins

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Maggie Nichols - Gymnast- University of Oklahoma, Fmr USA National Team

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On Jan. 9, 2018, Maggie Nichols released a statement informing the world that she, too, had been sexually assaulted by former USA Gymnastics team physician Larry Nassar.  She also let the world know that she was the one who had been identified only as “Athlete A” in the reports of Nassar’s actions, which he inflicted under the guise of medical treatment on more than 300 victims.  She did it to let everyone know that he did not do this to Athlete A, he did it to Maggie Nichols.  Maggie Nichols did this for all young girls who approach her for photos or autographs whenever she appears in public. She did it for the strangers who also were victims of abuse and feel ashamed, not empowered.  

From the time she was 3, Maggie Nichols spent countless hours in the gym to shape herself into a world-class gymnast. Maggie missed time with friends and holidays with family to pursue that dream.   But with all this training come injuries, Maggie knew about injuries as she had to deal with a lot of injuries throughout her career. But one injury brought her under the care of Dr. Larry Nassar.  Listen as Maggie tells her story.


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Mar 24 2019 · 15mins
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S2 002 - Maggie Nichols Shares Her NCAA Secrets

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Welcome back to Season 2 of the I Have Cool Friends podcast! Sam welcomes to the podcast collegiate gymnast, Maggie Nichols. Maggie is a junior at the University of Oklahoma and has already accomplished so much in her gymnastics career. Maggie won a gold medal with the American team and an individual bronze medal on floor exercise at the 2015 World Championships. Maggie has also earned five NCAA championship titles, including one team and four individual and she is the only gymnast in Oklahoma’s history to achieve a perfect 10 on all four events. In addition to these incredible feats, she received the first and only perfect 10 from the first meet of the 2019 NCAA season! Maggie is well-known for her motivational messages on social media and uplifting personality, which have contributed to her being an amazing teammate and friend.  

In this episode, Sam and Maggie talk all about college gymnastics and its importance to the overall sport today. From the perspective of two gymnasts who trained at both the Elite and collegiate levels, Maggie and Sam both understand the hard work and dedication necessary to achieve gymnastics greatness. Maggie walks Sam through her time at the University of Oklahoma, from their emotional second place finish in last year’s NCAA Championship to the new crop of freshman gymnasts they have this year. Maggie describes how she transitioned to the college scene with such grace and flawlessness. She talks about her coaches and the messages they relay to the team before and after every meet. Finally, Maggie gives her predictions of which teams she believes will be the Final Four on the Floor and shares one piece of advice that college gymnasts can utilize to get better every day.

Full show notes: http://ihavecoolfriends.show/s2e2

Jan 10 2019 · 51mins

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238: Maggie Nichols & KJ Kindler

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Spencer and Jessica recap the week in college gymnastics:

  • Who has joined the hall of 10's.
  • McMurtry DTY, Karas Michigan 1.5 for 9.975, Zaakira Muhammad, WVU, perfection on a full for 9.900.
  • Kennedi Edney wasn’t supposed to do AA, steps in on floor with this--that wasn’t even in the lineup before, wins AA.
  • Taryn Fitzgerald at Stanford front aerial landing on two feet.
  • Crack or Correct: The most controversial scores of the weekend.
    • McMurtry’s DTY - only got a 9.995. Should it have been a 10? 
    • Sofie Seilnacht got a 9.7 from one judge, 9.75  from the other for this gorgeous beam routine. Robbed or fair? 

The 2015 team World Champion, bronze medalist on floor and national treasure, Maggie Nichols, talks about her transition from elite to college gymnastics at Oklahoma. KJ Kindler, two-time national championship coach of the defending NCAA champs at OU join us to nerd out about:

  • Maggie Nichols (21:00): 
    • The arm landing position question answered!
    • Oversplits
    • How she increased her level of fitness after her ACL tear.
    • Going pro
    • Secret skills she worked on that fans never got to see.
    • Skills she's thrilled she'll never have to do again!
  • KJ Kindler (38:25):
    • How she manages to dominate from January through April. 
    • What are her secrets to such a dominant, consistent beam team.
    • Did she always know that Chayse Capps was going to be a star
    • How did Brenna Dowell and KJ negotiate Brenna's return to elite last year
    • The story behind the Syrian refugee floor routine and how the team handles the current political turmoil (American Refugee Committee).
    • Sultry choreography
    • Why Natalie Brown had to take the slither out of her routine. Watch it here, RIP "The Slither."
    • Chayse Capps beam drop.

HOW: Tell us what the historic UNC LGBTQ meet meant to you. Be as creative as you want. A story about how gymnastics helped someone come out. Or how gymnastics taught you to be a better ally. Use the hashtag #ThxUNCgym on Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr. We will pick a winner from a random drawing of entries. DEADLINE: February 5th, 2017  PRIZE:

  • Three "Carolina Gymnastics Love is Love" t-shirts from the meet (sizes S, M and L) 
  • Commemorative tickets from the event
  • One pair of the famous ombre blue and black Carolina Nike shoes (size 7.5, see far right shoes in the photo above)
  • Join Club Gym Nerd here.
  • Buy one of our awesome shirts here.
Feb 01 2017 · 1hr 22mins