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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Scott Jenkins. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Scott Jenkins, often where they are interviewed.

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15 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Scott Jenkins. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Scott Jenkins, often where they are interviewed.

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Celtic Way with Father Scott Jenkins

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Aug 12 2020 · 31mins
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Scott Jenkins How Can Sports Lead a Cultural Shift Toward American Purpose?

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Since accelerated progress toward American Purpose will require a cultural shift, America’s passion for sport at all levels provides a huge opportunity to harness its power to make that shift.  In this episode we talk with Scott Jenkins who has managed numerous professional sports stadiums across America who also leads the Green Sports Alliance, a collaboration of teams and leagues working to have sports lead that cultural shift.  Listen to Scott’s story about the emerging opportunity that sports presents, the early progress, the importance of sustainability science, the threat of greenwashing, and how consumers and youth are demanding that the sports organizations make more progress sooner.

Jun 25 2020 · 46mins
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Defying Tyranny With Sheriff Scott Jenkins

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On this special edition of Making the Argument, Nick is honored to welcome the Sheriff of Culpeper County, Scott Jenkins. 

In this episode, Nick and the Sheriff dive into the 2A Sanctuary movement, a sheriff's role during the COVID-19 crisis, Northam's mask mandate, and how your local sheriff should be the best line of defense against government encroachments onto your civil liberties.

Jun 01 2020 · 50mins
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E016 Interview with Scott Jenkins

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Last year I had the pleasure of kicking off my podcast with an interview with a good friend of mine Scott Jenkins.     The feedback was incredible and so I have invited him back to talk some more only this time we are going to delve a bit deeper into his Mindset and get an insight into how he prepares for some of the most testing and dangerous challenges.     While we are all in lockdown Scott is in the middle of a gruelling training program to prepare him for his biggest challenge to date – Badwater!     About Emma:   Get inspired and fired up with Emma Gibbs-Ng, founder of the Life Beyond Limits Podcast, bringing Mindset to life!     The Life Beyond Limits Podcast brings together incredible stories of inspiring people from around the world who have achieved greatness, overcome adversity and never given up.     The host, Emma Gibbs-Ng also combines her personal experiences of overcoming multiple traumas along with her a experience as a leading Mindset Coach, to inspire, influence and help thousands of people to create a growth Mindset and achieve greatness in all areas of their life     Emma's Links:   Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Website   Scott's Links:     Facebook Instagram     About Scott:     Scott Jenkins is a true iron man, power house and adrenaline junkie!     Scott has a passion for making a difference to peoples lives and has seen him run 2687 mile, cycle 4500 miles, hike 100 miles and row 145 miles all in the name of charity.
May 20 2020 · 44mins
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Endurance for a Cause with Scott Jenkins

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Scott Jenkins joins me as my guest on Episode 10 of the show! Scott lives and works in London, UK as a Regional Sales Manager for Johnson & Johnson. Scott is also an insane ultra endurance athlete. Scott's resume include numerous 100+ mile ultra footrace finishes including a 35th place finish at Moab 240. Moab is a 240 mile endurance run through Moab, Utah which includes just under 30,000 ft of elevation gain. Scott does many of these endurance challenges for charities as well which makes all his accomplishments even more special. One challenge we talk about on the show was Scott's 2000 mile run over 75 days from Boston, Massachusetts to Austin, Texas. He is currently an ambassador for Operation Smile which provides free and safe surgery for children and adults affected by cleft lip and cleft palate. We discuss all this and much more on this episode of The Tanner Kern Podcast. If you'd like to connect with Scott on social media his instagram is https://www.instagram.com/scottjjenkins/?hl=en and his Facebook is https://www.facebook.com/thejenkobros/. If you're interested in learning more about the show visit https://www.tannerkern.com.

May 12 2020 · 50mins
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33. Scott Jenkins: Welshman, Ultrarunner. 2,000 miles across America, First Welshman to complete MOAB 240, qualified for Badwater 135. "Live Like You Want to be Remembered"d

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Scott Jenkins, is a Welsh ultrarunner from Penarth, now based in London.

Scott is an Operation Smile Uk And Squirrel’s Nut Butter ambassador, he has been a guest and speaker at the Notional Running Show and has raised money for different charities over the years including Operation Smile.

He is the brother to Rhys Jenkins who was a guest on Episode 29 of the Podcast.

He has an incredible List of running achievements, which could never be justified by an introductions, however - here are just a couple;

Scott and Rhys and their friend also completed 2,000 miles across America from Boston to Austin to raise money for different charities which was actually, technically one of their first ultra marathons - and furthest distance to date.

Scott, like his brother has completed the Grand Canal Slam which includes

145 mile Grand Union Canal Race, 145 Mile Kennet & Avon Canal Race and the 130 Mile Leeds -Liverpool Canal Race - achieving the Grand Canal Slam.

He and his brother have ran across Iceland - 250 miles.

He became the first Welshman to complete the MOAB 240 Mile in Utah, a 240 mile footrace through desert, canyons, rock, and two mountain ranges.

Excitingly, this year Scott has now qualified for Badwater 135 - the second Welshman to qualify - second to his Brother Rhys.

Both Rhys and Scott have achieved so much in their running careers, and have raised a very respectable amount of money for charity, they are both so very kind and supportive and a credit to the Running and Ultra Running Community.

What to Expect:

  • How Scott started running
  • Running 2,000 mile from Boston to Austin a 75 Day Running Challenge
  • How they trained and prepared for the 2,000 mile run across America
  • What was the toughest element of this 2,000 mile challenge
  • What Scott learnt about himself during this challenge.
  • His MOAB Ultra Experience - 92 hours running and managing the range of temperatures of -8 to 30 degrees
  • His experience of hallucinations during the race
  • Top tips for Ultrarunning
  • What he thinks it takes to be an endurance runner
  • His Challenges he has set for this year including Badwater
  • Badwater 135 application process
  • How he will train for Badwater - specifically heat training
  • How he will be making the most of mindset hacks to aid him with his training and running Badwater 135
  • Scott’s #WhyIRun
  • Why it’s important to do make time for friends & family but also to do good


LINKS

Scott Jenkins

instagram.com/scottjjenkins/

operationsmile.org.uk/

MOAB 240

http://www.moab200.com/

Badwater 135

www.badwater.com/

Natalie - Not Another Runner

Instagram:

instagram.com/notanotherrunner/

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Apr 14 2020 · 1hr 26mins
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EP22 - Scott Jenkins - Amazing Ultrarunner from the UK

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On this week's episode of the Run the Riot Podcast - All the way from the UK - Scott Jenkins! Scott is a great guy, tough runner, and a giving heart. He's run 2000 miles from Boston to Austin. He's completed the Moab 240 and run many other races in the US and UK. He's also organized endurance events to raise money for charity. This year, he and his brother will be toeing the line at Badwater! Lots of laughs and fun on this episode!
Mar 08 2020 · 1hr 22mins
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Green sports pioneer Scott Jenkins on engaging fans in sustainability through stadium innovation

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In the first episode of the second series, The Sustainability Report talks to Scott Jenkins – one of the founders of the green sports movement in the US.

Throughout his career working on the operational side of sports management, Jenkins has made it his mission to make the stadiums he has been responsible for as sustainable as possible, and leverage that innovation to engage with fans and other important stakeholders.

After spending time at Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field and Safeco Field of the Seattle Mariners, Jenkins now oversees operations at the newly-build Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta – one of the most sustainable stadiums in the world with the highest number of LEED points for a building of its type.

The Sustainability Report sits down with Jenkins the day after Super Bowl LIV in Miami, the biggest event in the US sporting calendar. It was a game that the Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosted the year before, and Jenkins talks about the high-profile showpiece as a great opportunity to engage the public in the topic of social and environmental responsibility.

During the episode, he discusses the work that went into creating a LEED Platinum stadium, the changing attitudes of fans and sponsors and how they are presenting the sports industry with new opportunities and challeneges, and the priorities of the Green Sports Alliance – an organisation that he chairs.

“Everything about the Mercedes-Benz Stadium was done to redefine the stadium experience,” he says. “Whether it’s the food and beverage programme, the security process or going cashless at concessions. The architecture is stunning, the technology in the building is the best in the world.

“Everything we’ve tried to do is redefine what it means to the fans and bring it up another notch. And our focus on sustainability was no different.”

Mar 03 2020 · 29mins
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Scott Jenkins (Post MOAB 240)

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Scott Jenkins is a Moab 240 FINISHER. He completed the race in 93 hours 58 minutes and 14 seconds, finishing 35th and in doing so became the first Welsh man ever to finish one of the most iconic ULTRAs on earth. Ben sat down with him over a bottle of whiskey to celebrate and debrief his extraordinary experience.

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Dec 18 2019 · 1hr
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#580: Get back up and keep moving forward with ultra athlete Scott Jenkins

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#008. "Scott Jenkins lives and works in London, UK as a Marketing Manager for Johnson & Johnson’s knee portfolio. Born in Penarth, Cardiff, Wales, he moved to London in 2013 to pursue a career change from a GP exercise referral personal trainer to join the corporate world of Johnson & Johnson. His career has flourished as a result of his strong mental attitude, which he often attributes to his strong ultra-running resume. Scott and his brother Rhys, always look to create their own extreme ultra-endurance challenges, and where schedules match up, complete them together. By doing this they have raised over £50,000 for a variety of different charities, all of which have a special connection to each of them. In recognition of this, Scott via Johnson & Johnson, was lucky enough to complete an Operation Smile mission in 2015 in Mekele, where he assisted in screening and in theatre for the repair of Cleft Lips and Palates. Since then, Scott has been selected as 1 of 3 UK Ambassadors for the charity Operation Smile. Scott has overcome some tough mental and physical challenges in order to complete his challenges in the past, including rhabdomylosis.” I loved pretty much every single minute of this talk with Scott, super inspiring and loads to learn. I think often ultra athletes are a little bit pigeon hold to be a breed of their own but this is not the case, the things we learn in ultra are useful in so many areas of life. I also enjoyed talking to Scott about his desire to complete challenges that are not official races, the risks, the feelings and the rewards of these opposed to traditional races. Connect with Scott on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottjjenkins/
Nov 21 2019 · 54mins
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