Head of FIMBA USA, Jim Sweeney, joins us today. He has a really interesting story, having played college basketball and his dealing with the mob. Now, he runs FIMBA USA, which organizes basketball tournaments for players over 35 years old for men, and over 30 years old for women.
Check them out at Fimba.net.
Rachael Flatt has a very interesting story. She excelled at figure skating at an early age, and then competed in the Olympics while she was still in high school.
Now, she's getting her doctorate in clinical psychology to help athletes with the mental side of their lives and careers.
Today, we talk to former collegiate athlete Luke Romick. Luke actually won the Wooden Citizenship Cup, awarded to the best role model in college sports, in 2016. He now heads partnerships at the Thirst Project, which helps developing countries have access to clean water.
Check them out at ThirstProject.org.
Allysa Seely is a American paratriathlete who won gold at the 2016 Summer Paralympics. Her story is inspiring, and she describes what it means to be "athlete minded."
Today, we talk to Ian Warner. Ian ran track at Iowa State, was on Team Canada during the 2012 Olympics, and now has his own startup entitled Kho Labs, which helps athletes connect with other athletes and physical therapists in their area.
Check them out at KhoHealth.com