SpeedSkating, Cycling, Olympics – MIA MANGANELLO

Mia Manganello talks speed skating, cycling, and the Olympics today. As always many pearls to take away from people who have found success in multi-sports and in high-level sport. Mia accomplished both and has a great story.

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Questions from the Show:

  1. Importance of making it to the Olympics?
  2. How did it feel to actually walk away with a medal? Did you have any sense going in if that was gong to be possible?
  3. Speedskating / rollerblading— interesting choices for a young kid to make in the age after roller blading was cool!
  4. Ice in FLorida?
  5. How did you get started in cycling? Why go away from skating?
  6. What made you fall in love with cycling
  7. 6 years of racing—what were your favorite racing moments/career highlights?
  8. Whenandwhy  did you decide to shift back to speed skating?
  9. Crossover between speedskating and cycling?
  10. DId you keep riding as cross training?
  11. Any more Olympic plans / return to cycling? You’ve only been gone a season
  12. What’s your offseason look like now? tempted to race road again? wedding???
  13. Your parents run a restaurant and you’re always quoted talking about pizza: what’s a day in your food life look like?
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XC Life, Injury Recovery – Jenn Jackson

XC Skiing, Mountain Bike, Cross-Country, Strength, injury
Jenn Jackson is an XC Mountain bike racer who won the under-23 National Title in 2017. She is also a former Cross-Country Skier. She loves all things exercising and the training process, especially for endurance based sports – running, skiing, cycling. Trying to find a balance between pursuing excellence in sport and not being defined by these high-performance endeavors.
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SHOW Topics

BIO
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Sports crossover?
how was it learning a new sport/ skill?
Ski Racing
how to ski,
what your ‘first-year’ racing was like (learning, what would do differently)
mindset around injury/training!