Episode 4 – Ian Madigan, Jamie Heaslip, Dan McFarland, Andrew Porter & Felipe Contepomi
The Up & Under Podcast
Episode 4 has arrived | Jason sits down with Jamie Heaslip to look back on the weekend's action and ahead to the PRO14 final this weekend between Leinster. | Ian Madigan chats to us about those two incredible match-winning kicks | Dan McFarland on facing unbeaten Leinster this weekend | Felipe Contepomi on reaching yet another final | Andrew Porter on a bizarre route to the final | And lots more | Be sure to subscribe and send any questions to email@example.com
Rugby gets cancelled, Ian Madigan goes north and Living with the Lions
The Left Wing
This week on The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald observe podcast social distancing as they recap a wild week in rugby.With the PRO14 final cancelled and the Champions Cup on ice, it’s looking increasingly likely that the club rugby season won’t be completed.The lads discuss the latest cancellations, reflect on Leinster’s lost perfect season attempt and chat about Ian Madigan’s move to Ulster.Luke thinks it is a great move for both Madigan and the northern province as the out-half looks to get his career back on track.Luke also answers some questions from the listeners, including what life was like on the 2009 Lions Tour.
Ireland's Six Nations target, a French revival and Ian Madigan's possible Ireland return
The Left Wing
On the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined on the line by Bristol out-half Ian Madigan to preview the Six Nations.The lads discuss Andy Farrell's first team selection, with Luke and Ian weighing in on the decision to start Conor Murray over John Cooney.Caelan Doris has been selected to make his Ireland debut, and Ian is very excited to see what the Leinster back row can bring.The panel are in agreement that France could be dark horses for the 2020 championship, with Ian tipping them to win it outright.Luke thinks England are the team to beat, but the Saracens salary cap scandal still hangs over the squad.Ian talks about the impact that has had on the Premiership, and also discusses his own future.Madigan's Bristol contract is up at the end of the season, and he says that he might return home to Ireland to play for one of the provinces.
Owning It: Training your emotional resilience with rugby star Ian Madigan
Owning It: The Anxiety Podcast
This week I talk to rugby star Ian Madigan about how he manages his anxiety, what he's learned in training as a professional athlete that he can take off the pitch and apply to his personal life, how we can become more resilient, the importance of positive self affirmations and lots more. You'll enjoy it if you're a rugby fan but being into rugby is in no way essential to get something from this podcast (sure I don't have a clue about the rules of the game!). Brilliant life skills and advice that are relevant to all of us. Enjoy!BUY OWNING IT BUY THE CONFIDENCE KIT Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/owningittheanxietypodcast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ian Madigan welcomed Jarlath into his home in Bristol to discuss his rollercoaster ride his career has been in recent years. Ian opens up about his injury at Bordeaux (https://dataships.io/ to find out more about Ian's exciting new business. Jarlath also gives us a taster of the first episode of the new "An Irishman Abroad: Returning Home" series with James Parnell. Visit https://anewdawninireland.com/ for more information on James' work helping Irish people return home from abroad. To hear the full extended cut of this interview, access the full back catalogue of 189 Irishman Abroad episodes visit patreon.com/irishmanabroad. You can also gain access to the entire Irishman Abroad archive of episodes through our iPhone and Android Apps. Download the Irishman Abroad Android or iPhone apps for free using the links below. https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/irishman-abroad-by-jarlath/id1101165812?mt=8 https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=irishman.jarlath.com.anirishmanabroad&hl=en An Irishman Abroad is brought to you by Currency Fair. Currency Fair is the official partner of the podcast. To get great exchange rates and to avoid ridiculous bank and broker charges when transferring money to anywhere in the world go to currencyfair.com. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
Ian Madigan on life in the Premiership, Ireland hopes and another bumper European weekend
The Left Wing
On this week's episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined by Ian Madigan to discuss his first season in the Premiership with Bristol.Madigan joined Bristol in 2017 and won promotion to the top flight after a year in the Championship. Madigan opens up on the challenges and excitement of playing Premiership rugby, as well as talking about how the Bristol project is developing under Pat Lam.Madigan also discusses his hopes of an Ireland recall as well as the development of Joey Carbery as he looks to challenge Johnny Sexton for the starting out-half jersey.It was also another great weekend for the provinces, with all four Irish teams booking European quarter-final places. Luke and Will look back on a brilliant weekend for Irish rugby as well as Joe Schmidt's surprise decision to select Jack Carty ahead of Ross Byrne in his Six Nations squad.
Ian Madigan on out-half play and why Johnny Sexton should be World Player of the Year
The Left Wing
On the last Left Wing of the season, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined by Bristol out-half Ian Madigan to recap Ireland's series win over Australia and much more.Madigan has already done his firs t block of pre-season training with Bristol and is relishing a crack at the Aviva Premiership this year. He tells the lads how the team is getting on, the new signings he is excited about and the impact John Muldoon has made already as the defence coach.Madigan also delves into the intricacies of playing at number ten, as well as some of the common misconceptions that some fans and commentators have about the position.The lads also discuss their highlights from Ireland's historic win in Australia, as well as making the case that Johnny Sexton should be given the World Player of the Year award.