Stephanie Case: ultra runner and founder of 'Free to Run'.
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 113 is an interview with Stephanie Case. Stephanie is a human rights lawyer, ultra-distance runner and women’s rights advocate with expertise in conflict settings and humanitarian emergencies. In 2009, she gave up a career in corporate law to work for the United Nations (UN) in Afghanistan, Palestine, Malaysia, Switzerland and the United States, and for non-governmental organizations across Africa. She founded Free to Run in 2014 with the aim of ensuring that women and girls in areas of conflict are able to safely and boldly engage in outdoor adventure and develop the skills necessary to become leaders in their communities. Recently she was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal (Civil Division), on behalf of the Governor General of Canada’s office. This award celebrates Canadians who have performed an exceptional deed or activity that brings honour to Canada. They recognize remarkable contributions in many different fields of endeavour, from advocacy initiatives and health care services, to research and humanitarian efforts. The contributions can be innovative, set an example for others to follow, or improve the quality of life of a community. If this episode we discuss her charity, how she trained when she was in Afghanistan, how we met at Barkley and her experiences racing, particularly Tour Des Geants. This was such a fun chat for me, I hope you enjoy it as much too!
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Enjoy this fun chat with Stephanie!
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 118 is an interview with Ruth Croft. New Zealand trail running sensation Ruth Croft ran for 17hrs 33mins 48s put her on the podium in a stunning debut at one of the world’s most-competitive ultramarathons.
In her first attempt at the 100-mile...
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Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 117 is an interview with Andrew Wynd. Andrew is an Australian expert physiotherapist with a special focus on foot and ankle problems. With over 20 years of clinical experience, he typically deals with complex cases from both elite athletes to...