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Outspoken - Adrien Costa

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S02 EP03 What is an athlete? It’s a simple question with a myriad of complicated answers. Or is it? Adrien Costa had the cycling world at his feet, amassing an incredible resume before the age of twenty when seemingly out of the blue he decided to leave the sport entirely. Finding himself in the mountains once again but this time closer to their summit Adrien was again pushing himself in pursuit of his limits, that is until the universe pushed back. Adrien lost his leg in a climbing incident. But rather than let his injury define him, he’s channelled that brush with death to find clarity on what it is to be an athlete and a human being. Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea. Watch our films, read our stories and much more over at www.thereabouts.co Music: @_builderstea thereabouts: @hereorthereabouts Abby: @aplevene Gus: @thatisgus

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    Outspoken - Grace Mckenzie

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    A new episode of Outspoken continues our deepdive into the issue of trans rights in sport.Rugby prides itself on a motto of “rugby for all.” Yet on October 9, 2020, World Rugby banned trans women from the highest level of the sport — becoming the first international governing body to do. The “science” used to justify this ban is a sham. We get into that. But frankly, scientific arguments around this issue in rugby, running and sport at large misses the actual point. What those arguing against inclusion seem to forget is that they are toying with real people’s lives, including the life of the brilliant, kind, and delightful Grace McKenzie. Sport has played an integral role lifting Grace up throughout her life, and ultimately affirming her as a human. World Rugby striped that sanctuary away. Yet Grace rose to the challenge to fight for this foundational human right If you want to listen, you can find the episode wherever you listen to podcasts. EDITOR’S NOTE: Since recording, the Rugby World Cup has been moved to 2022. You can sign the petition in support of Grace and her fellow trans ruggers here: https://www.change.org/p/world-rugby-keep-rugby-open-to-trans-women-athletes Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea. Watch our films, read our stories and much more over at www.thereabouts.co Music: @_builderstea thereabouts: @hereorthereabouts Abby: @aplevene Gus: @thatisgus
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    Outspoken - Adrien Costa

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    S02 EP03 What is an athlete? It’s a simple question with a myriad of complicated answers. Or is it? Adrien Costa had the cycling world at his feet, amassing an incredible resume before the age of twenty when seemingly out of the blue he decided to leave the sport entirely. Finding himself in the mountains once again but this time closer to their summit Adrien was again pushing himself in pursuit of his limits, that is until the universe pushed back. Adrien lost his leg in a climbing incident. But rather than let his injury define him, he’s channelled that brush with death to find clarity on what it is to be an athlete and a human being. Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea. Watch our films, read our stories and much more over at www.thereabouts.co Music: @_builderstea thereabouts: @hereorthereabouts Abby: @aplevene Gus: @thatisgus
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    Outspoken - Grace Fisher

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    S2 E02 - In this episode of Outspoken shares the story of Grace Fisher, 100 mile trail running champion, mother, and Operations Research Analyst for the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security. Grace rediscovered running while testing equipment for the Army, blowing off steam with late night runs around the base. Running served as a sort of saving grace in her life, helping her heal from addiction and divorce. Yet even more so, Grace serves as a saving grace for sport itself. When asked about her own running, Grace lauds the grit and kindness of her competitors. And as the first openly transgender ultrarunner to podium at major races, she’s inadvertently helping to build a more inclusive and supportive running world (and beyond). Follow Grace's journey @gracerunsfar Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea. Watch our films, read our stories and much more over at www.thereabouts.co Music: @_builderstea thereabouts: @hereorthereabouts Abby: @aplevene Gus: @thatisgus
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    Outspoken - Tyler Landman

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    S2 EP01 - This story begins as all great stories do in the age of social media, with a stranger sliding into your DM's. Back In early 2019 I received a message on instagram. The account was private and had no profile picture. The message said they’d heard I had started climbing and that if I needed a climbing instructor, they’d be willing to help. The only other information they gave, was that they'd been for a ride a while back with my brother Lachlan. A little curious, I responded and so began getting to know the unique story of Tyler Landman. In sport we often find allegories for life, stories of overcoming, of perseverance of dedication but rarely do we find a literal representation of life's complexities in the sports in which we participate and spectate. In this episode of Outspoken, we take a look at how one man’s approach to climbing has lead his search for answers to the problems we all face at one point or another, that of finding balance, perspective and commitment. Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea You can find our podcast on Itunes, and Spotify. You can get in touch with us on instagram @aplevene, for Abby, @thatisgus for Gus or @hereorthereabouts for the official thereabouts instagram. Thank you so much for listening. You can find all our films, podcasts and other stories at www.thereabouts.co You can follow Tyler @tlandman You cann find more Builders Tea music @_builders_tea
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    Outspoken: Season two

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    We have some big announcements for season two of the Thereabouts: Outspoken podcast. First up, we have a new co-host. Introducing professional trail runner and writer Abby Levene. Abby brings a curious perspective to sport and the stories and meaning we derive from it. She will be producing and hosting her own episodes alongside Gus on a vast range of topics. Welcome to the team Abby. Second up we have a new format for the series. Which you'll just have to wait for episode one to hear. Stay tuned. Watch our films and read our stories: thereabouts.co Outspoken is a thereabouts production. Produced and edited by Abigail Levene, & Angus Morton. Sound design and mix by Ben Cranell. Executive producers Isaac Karsen & Angus Morton. Music by the enigmatic Builders Tea You can find our podcast on Itunes, and Spotify. You can get in touch with us on instagram @aplevene, for Abby, @thatisgus for Gus or @hereorthereabouts thank you so much for listening
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    Outspoken - CRUST Bikes

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    S1 E11 - The protagonist for today’s story, is an unlikely one. Cut from the same cloth as convicts, and cast from the salty shores of Australia to the land of opportunity, It has all the hallmarks of a classic underdog novel. A plumber by trade and avid BMX’r it wasn’t until a hacked bank account whilst on a surf trip in Mexico that Matt even rode a big bike for the first time. And even then on that long ride from Mexico City to Austin Texas CRUST was still but a twinkle in Matt’s eye. Enter an Ipod touch, yes an Ipod touch, Cheech and the rest is history. Knowing basically none of this, we sat down with Cheech and Matt who until very recently were literally the duo behind the burgeoning bike brand Crust that does things its own way, to hell with everybody else, to dig a little deeper into the story of a couple of folks just tryin’ to make a crust. In episode 11 of Thereabouts: Outspoken we catch up with founder of CRUST bikes Matt, and his business partner and wife Cheech to find out how the brand came to be, bringing surfboard design to cycling, bike orgasms, running a small business, and the joys of touring. For our Film Sometime Thereafter: https://roammedia.com/sometime-thereafter/ More on Crust over at: https://www.crustbikes.com/ More of our films: https://www.thereabouts.co
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    Outspoken - Team Amani

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    S1 EP10 - The idea behind the AMANI project is simple - they try to create cycling opportunities for talented rides from East Africa. At least, that was the plan, till COVID-19. The travel restrictions have forced them to reconsider their model and search for ways to achieve their goals of greater inclusivity in the sport in an environment where no races are taking place and international travel is restricted. That’s when they decided to take a closer look at the e-racing. Why e-racing? Following many conversations with partners and a few trial runs, they came to see e-racing as a potential game-changer, a leveller, an opportunity for much greater inclusivity. How? Namely, through e-racing they can showcase the talent of many of our riders to the world without incurring the costs associated with travel and stay in Europe. Less costs means more opportunities for up and coming riders. In addition, they see it as a brilliant development tool for talent scouting with hard data and standardised testing methods now suddenly accessible at the village level. That brings us to the The #RideOnline Campaign. The Objective: to get as many African cycling clubs and teams racing together online as soon as possible. The Plan: First, together with their partner Team Africa Rising, they are going to start by outfitting our three sister team clubhouses in Iten (Kenya), Kigali (Rwanda) and Masaka (Uganda) with e-trainers so as to extend e-racing and e-training opportunities to all riders on those respective teams. Second, using their Team Amani X Africa Rising Intercontinental Series event on Zwift, they hope to link all of these riders together on a single platform so as to provide a venue for networking amongst the riders and a space to demonstrate their collective strength. Third, members from Team Amani (Europe) will support the best riders from each of the sister teams under the umbrella of a single (e)Team Amani and try and win as many races as possible to showcase the individual talents of those riders in the network. We sat down with Mikel Delagrange who is one of the creators to discuss all of the above and much much more Link to the Zwift event: https://www.zwift.com/events/view/868182?__znl=en-eu Team Amani: www.teamamani.com @teamamani on Insta The Migration (Gravel event): @ride_migration on Insta (website coming soon) Lola Bikes and Coffee (team clubhouse, etc.) www.lolabikesandcoffee.nl @lolabikesandcoffee on Insta Links to Sister Clubs/Teams Rwanda: Team Africa Rising @africarisingcycling https://teamafricarising.org/ Kenya: Kenya Riders @kenya_riders https://kenyanriderssafaricom.com/ Uganda: Masaka Cycling Club @masakacyclingclub https://thehiddenathlete.com.au/masaka-cycling-club/
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    Outspoken - Sometime Thereafter: Nico

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    S1 EP09 - Sometime Thereafter is released by ROAM Media. To watch the film for free head over to: https://roammedia.com/sometime-thereafter/ 'How do we remember an experience? What do we glean from a journey? Personal growth is at the heart of adventure, but the lessons we learn and the memories we make differ between each individual. Sometime Thereafter is a phone conversation about a journey into the Canadian wilderness, the way we process experience and remember our past. Thereabouts has been interested in exploring the various ways sport, and adventure impact those who participate in them. In September 2018 myself and three friends embarked on a self supported journey through Canada with the purpose of getting to know the people of the place we were travelling through and learning what we could from them about living. The trip was an extension of the ride that became Outskirts: The Big Land and was a trip that has had a lasting impact on myself for innumerable reasons, not the least of which the shared experience with my three counterparts. As anyone who has done any sort of self-powered journey with friends will attest, what the experience is for each individual is vastly different. We all confront our own demons, we all have our own motivations, and we all have our strengths and weaknesses. With that in mind we sat on the footage for over a year before calling up those still willing to hear what the trip was to them, and how their lives had been impacted so many months later. Let me tell you, a lot can happen in a year. In the first installment of the Sometime Thereafter podcast special, I interview Nico via phone to hear about the power of journey sometime thereafter. Link to film: For more films, stories, and photos visit: thereabouts.co
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    Outspoken - Ashton & Chris

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    S1 EP08 - Today’s show touches a lot of different topics but at its heart is a journey of healing. Today we talk about Christina Birch and Ashton Lambies’ idiosyncratic rise to the top of USA cycling, as well as the off script way they handled their career goals being derailed by COVID - 19. At the heart of our conversation is a message to the power of finding your own place when it seems there isn’t on for you, and never relinquishing who you are, and what you stand for. In a year that has seen the world suffer a health crisis and a month where the world has taken to the streets in a demand for racial equality we have been trying to figure out where sport can fits into the picture as a positive catalyst for progress and change. We recently spoke with basketball legend Reggie Miller about the role of sport in a time like this and his comment was that sport has the power to heal, and to provide a platform of example. We have seen major changes in the NFL and the NASCAR over the last week and so we got to thinking about how sport can bring about healing, and change in subtle and personal ways. And that brings us to the stories of Chris and Ashton as told, by Ashton and Chris. Christina and Ashton would like to especially thank Kuat Racks for supporting their escape adventure. Martin is outfitted with the NV 2.0 rack with 2-bike add-on and the Pivot V2 arm; Christina continued her COVID escape to Arizona and Montana with the Sherpa 2.0 rack. Kuat Racks keeps us ready for adventure at the drop of a hat... or rather, at the drop of an N95 mask. Watch our other films, read our stories and much more over at www.thereabouts.co Music is from Outskirts written and produced by Builders Tea @builders_tea_ Instagram: @hereorthereabouts
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    Outspoken - Anton Krupicka

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    S1 EP07 - Why any kid decides to set out and dedicate themselves to a life of pain and suffering in pursuit of perfection in their sport is fascinating. A pure and naive dedication that seldom results in the life they thought it would. Today’s guest, a kid from Nebraska who set out to run his first marathon at 12, started off with the same single minded pursuit, and when one looks back at his life some twenty plus years later you’d be hard pressed to call that twelve year old naive. Today we sit down with Anton, Tony, Krupicka, a true sports man who, by my account has stayed true to that twelve year old kid who ran a marathon for no real reason. Tony has always marched to his own beat, it seems. A trues multi sportsman Tony started running as a young kid and never stopped, staying true to just that, running, and running the way he wanted. He went on to graduate with multiple degrees on his way to making his name by winning some of the most prestigious ultra marathons in the world. We sat down with Tony to talk about running that marathon at 12, chasing 100mile weeks through school and 200mile weeks after it, to finally making a living as an athlete and winning the fabled Leadville 100. Not once but twice. To us he’s the MJ of ultra racing. The Goat. What we didn’t expect was Tony’s response to that inevitable career crossroads, the power of arbitrary measures in finding meaning through adventure and the concept of loss. Follow Anton at: @antonkrupicka

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