79. Reflecting with 2-Time Olympic Medalist Helen Maroulis
We've got another Olympian guest this week: Helen Maroulis who won GOLD back in 2016 against all-time great, Saori Yoshida. Then, multiple concussions and a dark struggle with mental health put Maroulis's wrestling career on hold...or so they thought. Helen bounced back in time for the Tokyo games and medaled once more, against all odds. Hers is a story of perspective and perseverance, values she also applies to her charity work. Helen works closely with When We Band Together, a nonprofit organization that provides safe places for refugees to live and thrive. h.e.r.LIFE will be donating $1 per stream of this episode to WWBT, and if you’d like to donate on your own, you can do so at wwbt.org. As always, thank you for listening! Find us on Instagram @her.blog.life: https://www.instagram.com/her.blog.life/ Follow Rachel @rachelmalak13: https://www.instagram.com/rachelmalak13/ Follow Helen Maroulis @helen_maroulis: https://www.instagram.com/helen_maroulis/ Subscribe to Rachel’s YouTube channel for behind-the-scenes videos of recordings: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpvDljLIDd8mRegPxrGYqpA?view_as=subscriber Check out all our blog posts at https://herbloglife.online/
Conversation O'Clock with 2x Olympic Medalist Helen Maroulis
Women's Sports Matter
Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of the Women’s Sports Matter Podcast! In today’s episode, I had on Helen Maroulis, a 2x Olympic Medalist. She won Gold in Rio and Bronze in Tokyo. She became the first U.S. Olympic Champion in Women's Wrestling after defeating Saori Yoshida 4-1 to win the gold medal. Today, we talked about what it was like to compete in the Olympics during a pandemic, how she prepared for the Olympics, and important it is to talk about mental health. You can follow me on Twitter and Facebook @WSMpodcast & Instagram @womenssportsmatter. To submit questions, topics, folks I should interview, and more, tag me on socials! Check out my other episodes that will be posted on this channel the same day I post on RedCircle. Want to message me about coming on the podcast or for suggestions? Email the podcast here: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to subscribe and thanks for listening!Podcasts I've Been On:The Final Third Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4gE0UOhI0iebqzlRqDZZC1?si=74684a56e5814481United Soccer Coaches Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4cChnScMp0iULj5ybfWyP5?si=3b2c539f8ab14090Resources:Register to Vote: https://www.vote.org/Find A Vaccine Near You: https://www.vaccines.gov/search/Find Your Legislator: https://openstates.org/find_your_legislator/The Trevor Project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/NAMI: https://www.nami.orgBLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/Issues in the world: https://issuesintheworld.carrd.co/Social Media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenssportsmatter/Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSMpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/WSMpodcastMy Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfvUE_I7u2rbN3aOFOX1M-A/My podcast website: https://redcircle.com/shows/womens-sports-matter Where you can listen to my podcast: Amazon Music, Anghami, Apple Podcasts, Audacy, Audible, Breaker, Gaana, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Overcast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, RedCircle, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn.More Platforms Coming Soon!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/womens-sports-matter/donations
Helen Maroulis: The Inspiring Olympics Comeback Story of a Wrestling Pioneer
Helen Maroulis became the first American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in wrestling when she won in Rio in 2016. Not only did she break new ground for women’s wrestling in the United States, it was the magnitude of victory that also impressed. To earn the gold, she beat the most dominant wrestler of all time, three-time Olympic gold medalist and thirteen-time World champion Saori Yoshida of Japan. Her career seemed full of possibilities, but a concussion suffered during a competition two years later put everything on hold. Eventually, with considerable outside help, she fought her way back. And at the recent Olympic Wrestling Trials in Fort Worth, she earned her way back on to the team headed to Tokyo, winning in a dramatic match over Jenna Burkert. In this conversation with SportsTravel Editor and Publisher Jason Gewirtz, we talk about Maroulis’ start in wrestling, the journey to the Olympic Games, her epic comeback from her concussion and the victory at the Trials. Special thanks to one of Helen’s sponsors, Procter & Gamble, for their help arranging this conversation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the Mini-Pod Helen Maroulis. Helen is the first American woman to win a gold medal in Women's Freestyle Wrestling at the Olympics. This summer she is going to Tokyo to try to win back-to-back gold medals. The road to Tokyo is not easy, but Helen always finds a way to overcome the odds. Helen’s wrestling record when she starts 1-30. So never count her out. And as always ...Thank you for your support. Helen Maroulis Twitter: @helen_maroulisInstagram: @helen_maroulisWebsite: helenmaroulis.com Special Thanks P&G https://us.pg.com/blogs/lead-with-love/ About P&G’s Olympic Campaign P&G is launching its “Lead with Love” campaign. P&G, in partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is using the Olympic Games platform to celebrate and inspire acts of good. Tim Loves the Olympics Instagram - @tltopodcast Twitter - @tltopodcast Facebook -@tltopodcast
364: WWE RAW Fallout, Mia Yim And Becky Lynch Updates (Feat. Helen Maroulis)
The Wrestling Inc. Daily
Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman is back to host the latest episode of our new podcast The Wrestling Inc. Daily! Today's episode includes: Second City's EJ Cameron joining Nick to talk all the pro wrestling news from the last twenty-four hours. Including Humberto Carillo's scary WWE RAW fall, updates to the WrestleMania Backlash card, Mia Yim reportedly debuting on Smackdown this week, Becky Lynch re-signing with WWE, The Godfather as Steve Austin's next Broken Skull Sessions guest, and moreNick's conversation with America's only female Olympic Freestyle Gold Medalist Helen MaroulisThe latest installment of The Wrestling Inc. Daily mailbag discussing what pro wrestling show this week you are most excited forAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
#226 Olympic Trials Recap: J'den Cox, Kyle Dake, Helen Maroulis and Gable Steveson
Wrestling Changed My Life(Wrestling Podcast)
ABOUT THIS EPISODEThe Olympic Trials were incredible, and in this episode Adam Tirapelle and I break-down some of our favorite moments including: -Kyle Dake vs Jordan Burroughs-Gable Steveson and his chances for winning gold at Tokyo-J’den Cox and what’s next for the two-time UWW World Champion-Helen Maroulis vs Jenna Burkert Enjoy!*PRESENTED BY SPARTAN COMBATThis episode is brought to you Tokyo Dreams, the all-access, behind the scenes, vlog on Kyle Dake, Yianni Diakomihalis, Vito Arujua and Gabe Dean. Watch Tokyo Dreams on IGTV (@spartancombat) and Youtube. *FANSIf you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! *TEXT THE SHOW–Keyword: Wrestle–Number: 224-54* FOLLOW the PODCASTTwitter: @Ryan_N_Warner Instagram: Wrestling Changed My LifeFacebook: Wrestling Changed My LifeWebsite: wrestlingchangedmylife.comShop merchandise at our Online Store: Store.WrestlingChangedMyLife.com ***ABOUTPresented by Spartan Combat and hosted by Ryan Warner, the award-winning Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features in-depth interviews with wrestlers, fighters and coaches. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday. Wrestling Changed My Life is the fastest growing wrestling podcast and has been featured as high as #28 on Apple’s Top Sports Podcasts Charts.
The Unstoppable Podcast hosted by Anthony Robles presented by SafeStreets
Helen Maroulis made history at the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics by becoming America’s first Women’s Freestyle Wrestling gold medal winner, but she had to beat a lot of boys to get there. She and Anthony compare notes about what it means when your team has your back, what happens when sometimes giving your all still isn’t enough, and why life can be like a rainbow. instagram/Twitter - @helen_maroulis Facebook- Helen Maroulis Special thank you to our sponsor SafeStreets , visit https://www.safestreets.com/unstoppable for more details. Follow The Unstoppable Podcast on social media at: Twitter -@Be_Unstoppabl3 Instagram - @THEUNSTOPPABLEPODCAST Facebook- The Unstoppable Podcast with Anthony Robles
AWW #19 - Pan Am Qualifier Interviews with Sarah Hildebrandt, Jacarra Winchester & Helen Maroulis
We put free lance reporter Greg Lapinski to work in Ottawa & he got three great interviews with 50 kg Sarah Hildebrandt, 53 kg Jacarra Winchester & 57 kg Helen Maroulis. Here’s the minutes of this episode: 0:10 Pan Am Qualifier summary | 1:20 Sarah Hildebrandt interview | 5:41 Jacarra Winchester summary | 6:55 Jacarra Winchester interview | 11:14 Helen Maroulis & Kayla Miracle summary | 13:30 Helen Maroulis interview
Helen Maroulis Gets Transparent & Vulnerable | Ep. 10
"I cried & cried." Helen Maroulis has had the highest of highs winning both World & Olympic Championships and quite frankly, the lowest of lows as well. She's no stranger to not only wrestling the best of the best on the mat, but off the mat wrestling with God. I so appreciate Helen's willingness to get transparent and vulnerable on Episode 10 of the BASCHAMANIA podcast as we chat her past and future, including the 2012, 2016 and 2020 Olympics! Tune in to this episode that's full of faith-centric golden nuggets! Wanna support the podcast? Apparel is now available at SHOP.BASCHAMANIA.COM or inquire about sponsorships by emailing email@example.com. Be sure to follow the podcast @Baschamania on social media.