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It's Podcast Friday with the Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti!
We are pleased to have Bryan Minniti, the Asst. GM of the 2012 MLB National League East Champions Washington Nationals on the podcast today.  We cover quite a few topics, including the somewhat controversial decision by the Nationals to shut-down their star pitcher before the season was completed.


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Dr. Kristin Wingfield - Sports Medicine Doc and Cirque du Soleil acrobat
High-flying circus acrobat and sports medicine physician, Dr. Kristin Wingfield  joins us in the podcast today.   She brings an incredibly interesting perspective and experience to Sports Medicine and we have a fun chat about a a side of sports medicine that many don't think about.


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Huffines Discussion 2012 - Performance Prime's Jacques Dallaire and Performing Like a Champion
This is the second of the audio-only podcasts of the 2012 Huffines Discussion Talks.   This week's 2012 Huffines Discussion Scholar is Dr. Jacques Dallaire from Performance Prime whose talk was "Perform Like a Champion...What is Holding You Back?"


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Mr. Kevin Bastin - Athletic Training for All!
Mr. Kevin Bastin, Director of Athletic Training Services for the Ironman Sports Medicine Institute at Memorial Hermann Hospital is with us in the podcast.  We chat about athletic training and rehabilitation of elite athletes and recreational athletes.


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Huffines Discussion 2012 - Sports Illustrated's David Epstein and Sports Doping
Today we kick off the video and audio-only rebroadcast of the Speakers from the 2012 Huffines Discussion.  First up is Sports Illustrated's David Epstein.  Mr. Epstein is an incredible writer (he was nominated this year for the Livingston Award which recognizes the best journalist under the age of 35 in the United States.  Mr. Epstein's talk was on Sports Doping: Still the Rational Choice?".  This is a great talk about why elite athletes still choose to dope in spite of the risks.


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Ms. Adaora Elonu - Academics, Basketball, and Competition
We are pleased to have Ms. Adaora Elonu, MVP of the Texas A&M 2012 Women's Basketball Team join us to talk about academics, basketball, being a student-athlete, and competition.


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Mr. Andrew Wolridge - Life as a Football Student-Athlete
We are pleased to bring you a podcast today with Mr. Andrew Wolridge, former A&M football player.  This is a fun conversation and gives us a look behind the curtain at the life of a student athlete during their time in a major athletic program.


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Dr. Tom Welsh - FSU - Dancers and Sports Medicine
We look inside the world of dance today - ballet, modern, and other forms with Dr. Tom Welsh from Florida State University. 


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Dr. Jay Williams - Social Media and Sports Medicine with Soccer!

Dr. Jay Williams from Virginia Tech joins us in the podcast today to talk about using social media to translate sports medicine to the public, especially in the area of soccer.  Jay actually works in the area of molecular biology and sports and in the last few years has really been working to make Sports Science understandable to the public.  So join us for this fun conversation!


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Dr. Stephen Crouse - Sudden Death and Athletes

In the past few months, there have been several football players that have collapsed and died away from the field.  So how much risk do these athletes have for sudden death.  Dr. Stephen Crouse, an expert in athletic medical screen joins us in the podcast today to talk about what we know about athletic sudden death and the real risk to athletes.


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