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Episode 21: Holly Rowe
In our latest episode, Geno flips the script and is the one asking the questions with ESPN's Holly Rowe. Holly details her early days in the broadcasting industry, her love for sports, and she also open up about her victorious and courageous battle with breast cancer.
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Episode 470 - Holly Rush
On this week’s show we speak to Tom Stancliffe from Tribe sports nutrition, there’s a new women’s parkrun world record, an insanely fast 10k, Laura Muir gets off to a great start, Mo’s ranked 3rd in the world, just send full teams UKA(!) and have you been bitten by dog whilst running? Tony’s here with his trials, there’s a training talk about kicking off your marathon build up, Holly Rush shares her Dubai to Oman run, you rate your run, stand on the podium and look amazing in kit around the world.
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Ep76 - Holly Putnam
Interview! Holly Putnam, Faculty Clinician, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, Cornell University Dr. Holly Putnam graduated veterinary school in 2003, and initially went into private practice for small animals in Albany, NY. After moving to Austin, TX, in 2008, however, she began working at a high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinic for low-income neighborhoods and area shelters. Seeing the large number of community cats in these “veterinary deserts” (places with no easy access to veterinary care) sparked a new passion in her for shelter medicine. Now residing once again in NY, she is the faculty clinician for the Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Program at Cornell University, where she gives courses on Companion Animal Welfare and Shelter Medicine. These courses expose students to issues affecting community cats, as well as teach them how to complete a spay/neuter surgery and observe practices at the local TNR shelter. Though she acknowledges that we still have a long way to go in community cat welfare, she is pleased to see the change in mindset around these animals since graduating thirteen years ago, and is optimistic that more private practice veterinarians will be willing to join the effort.
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