Personal Podiums | A New Podcast

Personal Podiums | A New Podcast

Personal Podiums is a new podcast brought to you by the co-founder of Heartbreak, Dan Fitzgerald, professional athlete, Marielle Hall, and creative-head, Jarick Walker. It podcast gets into the personalties of its guests to find common themes that we can all relate to. Using Marielle, Jarick, and Dan's varied backgrounds and experiences, the show digs into the human side of elite performers from a variety of perspectives giving the listener an intimate window into the personalities behind the performances.

Listen now on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.


Behind the 2021 Trials with Clayton Murphy | Clayton Murphy joins us to give the background story on the week leading up to his run at the 2021 Olympic Trials in the 800. We learn that there was so much behind the show stopping races that we didn’t know as fans. Listen here.

Greece’s Greatest Olympic Athlete | Katerina Stefanidi is one of greatest Greek Olympic athletes of all time. She’s also a great storyteller. Kat shares her athletic journey and the big lessons learned along the way. Listen here.

The Rookie and the Vet with Moh Ahmed and Grant Fisher | When Bowerman Track Club split into smaller groups in the early stages of the pandemic, Jerry Schumacher teamed his fittest, most experienced distance athletes, Moh Ahmed and Lopez Lomong with one of the team’s newest and most inexperienced members, Grant Fisher. What started as a lot of butt kicking ended with a magic and meteoric rise. Listen here.

Change and Trust with Darrell Hill | Olympian Darrell Hill sits down with us to talk about big changes in life, technical changes in sport and the importance of trusting yourself and the people around you. Our hosts share big personal and professional moments of change and trust too. Listen here

100m Women with Javianne Oliver and Teahna Daniels | Two of the fastest women in American history who shared an Olympic Silver medal in the 4x100 in Tokyo share their origin stories and focus on mental health. Marielle Hall shares context about what it means to be Black woman in sport with conversation inspired by a poem she shares. Listen here.

Olympic Freshman with Grant Fisher and Chris Nilsen | The Olympic Games don’t technically have Freshman but if they did, they'd look a lot like Grant Fisher and Chris Nilsen in Tokyo. These two young athletes took the opportunity of a “gap year” in the form of additional time afforded by the circumstances of the pandemic it turned it into Olympic glory. Now, both are the best Americans ever in their respective disciplines (5000m/10000m and pole vault). We also talk to true freshman Ania Keenan who is moving from California to NYC to pursue collegiate athletics and journalism at NYU. Listen here.