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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Emma Snowsill. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Emma Snowsill, often where they are interviewed.

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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Emma Snowsill. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Emma Snowsill, often where they are interviewed.

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#95 - Olympic Gold Medallist Emma Snowsill (Frodeno)

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This week we are extremely lucky to be joined by Emma Frodeno (Snowsill), Australia’s only Olympic triathlon gold medalist, Commonwealth gold medalist, and three time world champion. We look back at her journey through triathlon, how it led to the high of 2008, how that race felt, and what followed. This is an amazing opportunity to do a deep dive into success at the highest level of our sport (and laugh about it!)

We also discuss the possibility of Ironman moving their world championship to 2021 and doubling up in that year, while Tim talks through the changes being made to the IMVR series (he’s a big fan).

You can follow Emma at https://www.instagram.com/emma_snowsill

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May 08 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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Emma Snowsill - Sport Australia Hall of Fame

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Champion triathlete Emma Snowsill speaks to Darren Parkin at the Sport Australia Hall of Fame awards. For Tobin Brothers, celebrating lives.
Oct 15 2019 · 12mins

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62 Emma Snowsill – Triathlon Olympic Champion

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In 2008 Emma Snowsill became the Olympic Champion in triathlon and is this week’s guest on the Best in the World with Richard Parr. The former World Champion explains to Richard how she got started in the sport, her training methods and philosophies along with the mental side of competing. Emma talks about her experience of the Olympic village and the appeal processes she had to go through after not being selected for the 2004 and 2012 games. The Australian also tells Richard how her life has changed since becoming a mother. You can follow Emma on Twitter @emmasnowsill and learn more about her new company at ryzon.net.  

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Apr 25 2017 · 47mins
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FB 67 Emma Snowsill

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Last week you heard some great insights from Champion Athlete, Jan Frodeno on his quest to take on Kona and what he has had to do to make the transition from short-course to long-course a successful one. Today we get to talk his wife, Olympic Gold Medalist, Commonwealth Medalist and 3x World Champion - Emma Snowsill.

Emma has enjoyed an amazing career but has dealt with some serious health issues, that ultimately lead to her retiring from the sport. As a result Emma has learned some hard lessons and had decided to embark on a quest to fully understand health and help educate athletes as to what real health actually means.

Emma Talks About:
  • What being a World Champion has taught her.
  • Why she stopped racing.
  • Emma's personal health journey.
  • Learning about true health.
  • Understanding that what we eat underpins performance.
  • Giving back to the sport.
  • Being an ambassador.
  • Educating people on the sport through commentary.
  • What is in store for Emma.

This was a fantastic opportunity to sit down and speak candidly with such a remarkable athlete - and person. Emma's positivity is amazing as she prefers to view her health battles as step into a new direction and career, rather than something that holds her back. Emma's story carries the message that as athletes we owe it ourselves to understand what true health really is.

You should check Emma out on Instagram and via her Website.

Dec 01 2014 · 49mins