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Madisyn Cox

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Madisyn Cox on Weekend of 3-for-3 Best Times: "I don't think I've been happier"

The SwimSwam Podcast

While swims fans have been treated to some fast swimming this past week at the European Championships, top-notch US swimmers have been looking sharp three weeks out from the USA’s Olympic Trials. Case in point: tonight, former Texas Longhorn Madisyn Cox came up big with a 2:08.51 in the 200 IM. That time makes her the fastest women in the world so far in 2021, ahead of the 2:08.73 Australian Kaylee McKeown clocked a week ago at the Sydney Open. McKeown was slightly faster last December, having gone 2:08.23. Cox’s time tonight also moves her to #3 all-time among US women, jumping her up from #8. SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora Music: Otis McDonaldwww.otismacmusic.com

2mins

24 May 2021

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Madisyn Cox

Ultimate Swimmer

Madisyn is one of the top IM and Breaststroke specialists in the world and training hard for Tokyo 2021. She graduated from Lubbock High School and headed to University of Texas where she became an immediate force, not only on the NCAA level, but the international level as well. Madisyn is a multi-time All-American and had tremendous success in Austin before graduating in 2017. On the international stage, Madisyn has competed the Short Course World Championships, World University Games, and the Long Course World Championships. Please enjoy this interview with a TRUE Ultimate Swimmer! Follow Madisyn: https://www.instagram.com/mad_cox/ Follow Josh: https://www.instagram.com/joshdavis_usa/ Follow Ultimate Swimmer: https://www.instagram.com/ultimateswimmergram/

45mins

21 Feb 2021

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Madisyn Cox: Using the Mind to Conquer Adversity & Win Gold

Pro Corner with Austin Surhoff

In the intro: a reminder from Austin about the upcoming Pro Corner Patreon Page, launching December 2nd. He also reveals a live show with Madisyn scheduled for next week - keep an eye out for the exact day and time being announced very soon! If you wanna skip the intro, scroll to timestamp 5:52! Today's Guest: Texas Pro & World Championships Gold Medalist Madisyn Cox stops by Pro Corner to talk about her life as a professional swimmer so far. Overcoming setbacks has been Madisyn's most important skill she developed these last few years. She has done so in stunning fashion, and has become one of America's best Individual Medley swimmers.  In 2016, she experienced the deep disappointment of narrowly missing the Olympic team. She used that to fuel her best year of swimming ever - all the way to scoring an individual Bronze in the 200 IM and a Gold in the 4x200 freestyle relay at the 2017 World Championships. She discusses the incredible joy she felt when she got her hand on the wall to win bronze, and everything she did to prepare herself for that moment. Hint: hard work matters, but the mind matters the most. In 2018, she tested positive for a banned substance, and for months had to navigate the process of finding out what tainted substance had triggered the positive & mounting an appeal. She was vindicated when an independent court of sport supported with her case that she had unknowingly taken tainted vitamins. What got her through this harrowing time? As she puts it, she never wavered on this mantra: "I did not do anything wrong. I'm not a cheater." Easy to say, harder to believe about yourself in hard times. Once again, the mind matters the most. Madisyn also discusses: - Her powerful use of visualization techniques (google images is a big help)  - Her income as a professional athlete, including a sponsorship deal with Arena - Mentors that showed her how to be a pro - The importance of consistency and family in her success. Connect with Madisyn: Instagram: @Mad_Cox Connect with Austin: Instagram: @AustinSurhoff Facebook: @AustinSurhoff Twitter: @AustinSurhoff Connect with Pro Corner: Instagram: @ProCornerPodcast Facebook: @ProCornerPodcast Like what you heard? Rate, Review, and Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Wanna chat? Have questions? Leave a comment below, drop a line on Instagram @procornerpodcast, or via email at austin@procornerpodcast.com.  The best questions will be answered in a live in a mailbag episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/procornerpodcast/message

1hr 25mins

25 Nov 2020

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Episode 30: Madisyn Cox

Kick Set

U.S. National Team member Madisyn Cox talks about her experience competing at the multi-site Toyota U.S. Open, as well as her training & competition schedule changes after COVID-19.

27mins

24 Nov 2020

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Madisyn Cox, USA Swimming, Olympic Hopeful

Our Athletes with Michael Rasile

Madisyn Cox joins Michael Rasile to discuss postponing her enrollment to medical school for an extra year to try and compete at the 2021 Olympic Games! https://www.instagram.com/mad_cox/ Our Athletes with Michael Rasile  | Hosted by @MichaelRasile1 📺 FOLLOW Michael Rasile: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChrF4fA8uP7B6ImdfaHAe6Q?view_as=subscriber 🎙️ Subscribe here:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/our-athletes/id1435115101 🙏 PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/fortheloveofsports #OurAthletes ➙FIND FOR THE LOVE OF SPORTS PODCAST HERE: https://anchor.fm/our-athletes ➙FOLLOW MICHAEL ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Michaelrasile1 ➙FOLLOW MICHAEL ON LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-rasile/

15mins

3 Sep 2020

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Madisyn Cox on her new PR's #28

The Daily Swim Podcast

Madisyn Cox sits down with us to talk about the possibility of a new training era brought on by the pandemic, sit in to see what we have to say and if it’s something worth exploring!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

35mins

14 Aug 2020

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Madisyn Cox, USA Swimming, Olympic Hopeful

Our Athletes with Michael Rasile

The amazing and wonderful Madisyn Cox joins the show to tell us about her life in swimming! Madisyn crushed it in college at UT-Austin swimming for the Longhorns where she won 12 Big 12 Championships. Madisyn went on to win multiple international medals including a Gold at the World Championships.In 2018 Madisyn tested positive for a banned substance and was subsequently suspended from competition for 2 years. There was a long legal battle (which is currently still going) about how this substance got into her body. Many things were tested from contact solution to water but unfortunately nothing was found and Madisyn lost. After being suspended for 6 month, they finally found out where the banned substance came from and Madisyn was allowed to compete again.Hearing Madisyn's experience is a great story in perseverance and continuing to fight.Please follow Madisyn on all her socials!https://www.instagram.com/mad_cox/Follow us too!https://www.instagram.com/ourathletes.us/https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-rasile/www.ourathletes.usPlease rate this show 5 stars to help get these stories in front of more people!

40mins

21 Oct 2019

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Madisyn Cox: Steadfast Strength, Episode #25, 8-20-19

Champion's Mojo

How do you stay strong in the face of adversity - and how do you do it with tenacity and grace? US swimmer Madisyn Cox joins the podcast to talk about overcoming a major career setback to continue to do the sport she loves -- swimming. Cox discusses how time management and tapping into her life’s support system has aided her success so far. She shares her goals for the future, including training to qualify for the 2020 Olympics and applying for medical schools.  “Even in tough times, you still go in, you put your head down, you put in the work,” Cox said, when giving advice for cultivating a champion’s mindset.  Subscribe to the Champion's Mojo podcast on YouTube. Leave us a review, too! If you subscribe on YouTube you could win one of our monthly prizes. Champion on's Mojo is also on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play. More About Madisyn Cox Madisyn Cox is a top US Swimmer who had a stellar NCAA career at the University of Texas where she was a 10-time All-American and was named the 2015 Big 12 Conference Swimmer of the Year. Cox won a gold medal at the 2017 World Championships as part of the US 4 x 200 free relay and earned an individual bronze medal in the 200 IM. Cox finished just two spots out of making the 2016 Olympic Team in the 200 and 400 IM. She was recently ranked #1 in the world and is currently ranked #1 in the US in the 200 IM. She’s also currently on a fantastic run at the TYR Pro Swim Series.  Episode Topics and Mentions University of Texas  Stanford University University of South Carolina TYR Pro Swim Series Swimming Having a present mindset West Texas Trey Hayes Carol Capitani Eddie Reese The color Red “Win Practice” Medical school Swim coaching Time management Action Items From the Hosts  Maria: Time management. Prioritize your tasks on our to-do list by putting the most important in the top 3. Kelly: If you have something overwhelming, think of who else might be going through something and who you can help. Quote of the Week:  “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” - Helen Keller Have something you want to share with us? Email it to 4championsmojo@gmail.com.  Keep up with the show by visiting YouTube, ChampionsMojo.com and visiting the Facebook page, Instagram page, and Twitter page. Support the showPlease leave us a review on Apple, so others can find us! https://www.ChampionsMojo.com/ for all things Champion’s Mojo. Finally, we’d love to hear from you at hello@championsmojo.com

45mins

31 Aug 2019