English Rose Jade Clarke joins us ahead of the three-test series against the Silver Ferns in Christchurch to preview the event and give us some insight into their training & travel arrangements and quarantining in Aotearoa.
Jade Clarke is one of our newest Board Members and she has an incredible story to share. 20 years ago she had to raise a family, put herself through school, and somehow pay for it all on her own. We're so honoured to hear from Jade about how God got her through it, and how we can better understand what it is like for single parents.
Netball Nation #026 with Jade Clarke & Chrissy Fice
World Cup is just around the corner and this week it’s all about women’s sport, squad selection, build up and interviews. We speak with Jade Clarke and Vitality Brand Director Chrissy Fice, get Sara on the phone after a long haul flight back from Malaysia and perfect our chanting voices. Too much fun! Get in touch with us @mynetballnation or www.mynetballnation.com
Netball World Cup Special: Niamh Cooper, Jade Clarke and Emily Nicholl
Will Moulton hosts a Netball World Cup special of the podcast with Northern Ireland international Niamh Cooper, England star Jade Clarke and Scotland's Emily Nicholl. With 50 days to go ahead of the start of 2019 Netball World Cup in Liverpool (12-21 July) the excitement is starting to grow. The sport has a renewed focus on it like never before thanks in part to England's efforts in securing Commonwealth Gold in 2018. With the game changing tournament looming Will speaks with Niamh (1:33), Jade (21:31) and Emily (35:40) to get a sense of perspective from their specific camps. They also chat about the the impact the tournament could have as well as the changing nature of netball itself. Messages Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/SportSpielPod?lang=en Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SportSpielPod/ Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sportspielpod/ Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our website: sportspielonline.com Credits Music: Otis McDonald
Going for gold and increasing visibility for women in sport with Jade Clarke
Give Me Strength with Alice Liveing
This week Alice interviews top netball player and Commonwealth gold medalist Jade Clarke about her ascent to netball stardom. As the most capped English player of all time, Jade shares her journey to success, as well as her passion for promoting and celebrating female achievements in sport.
Alasdair Hooper and Will Moulton are joined by England Netball's record appearance holder Jade Clarke on episode 36 of SportSpiel. Feature Interview On our feature interview section (5:03) Jade talks to the podcast about that incredible and ground breaking Commonwealth Games gold medal won by England Netball in 2018. The record appearance maker also tells us about the Quad Series in January, the upcoming World Cup in Liverpool this year and how her and the rest f the team aspire to be role models. She also takes us through her own netball career and how she achieved more than she ever thought she could. Part Two Alasdair and Will present the news round-up (25:36) as they go through some of the important headlines that caught their eyes, including Laura Muir's record breaking mile and how things are shaping up ahead of the start of the Formula 1 season. In our discussion topic this week (40:29) we touch on the controversial issue of Caster Semenya as the South African runner challenges a proposed IAAF rule that would see women in track events - from 400m up to the mile - who are DSD (Differences of Sexual Development) athletes required to keep their testosterone levels below a prescribed amount. We also hold the latest round of Ask Alasdair (57:04) where Will asks Alasdair, and then the listeners, a sports trivia question. Messages Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/SportSpielPod?lang=en Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/SportSpielPod/ Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sportspielpod/ Get in touch: email@example.com Visit our website: sportspielonline.com Credits Image credit: With thanks to Jade Clarke Music: Otis McDonald