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Tough Girl Podcast

The Tough Girl Podcast is all about inspiring and motivating YOU! I will be interviewing inspirational women from around the world, who’ve faced and overcome difficult challenges and situations, they will share their story, their knowledge and provide advice and essential tips for you to overcome your own personal challenges. Please check out the Tough Girl Challenges website - www.toughgirlchallenges.com and follow on twitter @_TOUGH_GIRL
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Nov 26, 2020
Katie Visco, who has been called a "bubbly and offbeat running, biking, soup-making, people-loving, community-building exclamation mark," started running when she was in middle school, duped into the sport thinking it was some kind of soccer conditioning camp. Oops. She quickly fell in love with running, and then...
 
In 2009, promoting the importance of a bold and passion-driven life, Katie ran solo across America, from Boston to San Diego, and became the 2nd youngest and 13th woman overall to make the crossing. During, and the year after her transAmerican crossing, she raised funds for the charity, Girls on the Run, and also stopped to visit more than two hundred audiences en route to spread her message to young and old alike. Running has been a versatile cornerstone of her wellbeing for years, and she especially loves the trails!
 
Besides trail running, biking, creating delicious food, and traveling, Katie loves her husband and family very much and enjoys getting to hear the stories of others. She's been writing since she was six and hopes to publish a book one day. She's stoked to share her journeys with you in hopes that you will glean something special from them for your own growth and joy. 
 
New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast.
 
Show notes
  • Katie in her own words
  • What she loves in life
  • Growing up in Chicago, USA
  • Being empowered as a young girl
  • Having creative and wild ideas
  • Being supported in her dreams 
  • Deciding to run across America at 23 years old
  • Loving running
  • Wanting to empower young people to follow their passions
  • Figuring out the why and understanding the motivation behind the challenge
  • Figuring out the funding and the logistics
  • The power of breaking down challenges
  • Why it’s ok to ask for support
  • Training the body for big endurance challenges
  • Dealing with stress in life
  • Lessons learned from running across America in 2009
  • Respecting everyone’s story
  • What happened between 2009 and 2019
  • Wanting to put some roots down and starting a company
  • Wanting to run across Australia since 2013
  • Dealing with injury setbacks and having to postpone the Australia run 2x
  • Figuring out the training for for a big ultra run
  • Figuring out the money and taking time off 
  • Being part of a team with her husband
  • Getting to the start line in Australia!
  • Why failure is just feedback
  • The biggest challenge of running across Australia 
  • The mental side of the challenge
  • Giving herself grace on the challenge
  • Mental tips and tricks
  • “Tedious but brief”
  • What a typical day was like
  • Reflecting back on the journey 
  • Adventure blues
  • No more ambitions to run across a country but wanting to do a big cycle around the world
  • Doing a different type of adventure
  • Final words of advice 
 
Social Media
 
Website - www.katievisco.com
 
Instagram - @katievisco
 
Nov 24, 2020
Amazin LêThi was born in Saigon where she was left in an orphanage by her mother. Amazin was then adopted by a white Australian family and became a trans racial adoptee and grew up in Australia. As a young adult, she was homeless for a period of time and it was at this lowest point, contemplating suicide, Amazin realized her passion and love for sport could help her survive. 
 
Amazin got into weightlifting as a young age and through this, she gaining physical and mental strength, which in turn helped her with her confidence. Amazin shares more from her personal journey of homelessness and having to fight against all the odds to overcome enormous barriers to become a leading global rainbow (LGBTQ) sports activist and thought leader. 
 
Amazin is a former competitive natural bodybuilder, TV/Film star, entertainment executive and the first Vietnamese internationally published health and fitness author. Currently focusing on the sport of shooting with her goal of reaching the Olympics in this sport. 
 
Amazin is the first Asian ambassador for Athlete Ally, a nonprofit dedicated to champion LGBTQI+ equality, and Stonewall U.K., Europe’s largest LGBTQ charity. Her own Amazin LeThi Foundation uses sports to develop leadership skills for “rainbow youth” and advocates for LGBTQ allyship in the athletic community.
 
Amazin in her own words:
 
Sport has always been part of my life but I never saw myself in sports, let alone as an LGBTQ athlete, which made me feel very alone and isolated. I never felt I could ever be out because I was always bullied as that one Asian person in sport.
 
Sport should be welcoming to everyone and no one should feel they should hide their sexuality or gender identity. Sharing my story and living authentically and unapologetically gives me the freedom to realise that my emotions are real, that how I feel inside matters and that I’m worthy of owning the space that I’m in. 
 
I want my story to provide a positive message for any Asian athlete who wants to be openly out in sports and to remind them they are not alone.
 
New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit that subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast.
 
Show notes
  • Who is Amazin
  • How sport has played apart in her life
  • Being bullied from a young age
  • Being a trans racial adoptee 
  • Being brought up in Australia 
  • Not fitting in anywhere and living in limbo
  • Falling into bodybuilding at a young age
  • Being dropped off at the gym
  • The power of sports
  • Wanting to be a competitive body builder
  • Being your authentic self in sports
  • Reconnecting with the Vietnamese language, country and culture
  • Leaving Australia and being homeless for a while
  • Wanting to create an impact but not being sure what or how to do it
  • Why sports helped her to survive 
  • Deciding to pilot a sports program in Vietnam
  • The start of the Amazin Lethi Foundation
  • Plans for the future
  • Training in shooting and hoping to go to the Olympics
  • Wanting another challenge in sports
  • Becoming a global advocate
  • All major sporting events over the next few years being held in Asia
  • Lack of Asian Representation
  • Wanting to make sports welcoming 
  • The role sports media plays 
  • Final words of advice
 
Social Media
 
Website - https://www.amazinlethi.com
 
Facebook @AmazinLethi 
 
Instagram @amazinlethi 
 
Twitter @amazinlethi
 
Nov 19, 2020
Amy is a professional athlete, career-woman, mother and the founder of the One Step Ahead Foundation. 
 
After losing her left leg below the knee due to a motorcycle accident that occurred in 1994, Amy compiled a tremendous portfolio of world records and firsts for a female amputee in marathons, ultramarathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons. As she attained more and more achievements, she found herself in the position of being a role model, especially for young people with physical disabilities of their own. She soon found herself working extensively with children, introducing them to sports and athletics as a way of helping them overcome their physical limitations. After several years, Amy founded the One Step Ahead Foundation in order to provide even more opportunities for children with physical disabilities.
 
In 2011, Amy became the first female amputee to finish the Badwater Ultramarathon, a 135-mile course starting at 282 feet below sea level in the Badwater Basin, in California's Death Valley, and ending at an elevation of 8360 feet (2548 m) at Whitney Portal, the trail head to Mount Whitney.
 
In February 2014, Amy completed Ultraman Florida.  This performance during the 6.2 mile swim, 261.4 mile Bike and 52.4 mile run earned her yet another world record for female para-athletes. Later that same year, Amy was the first para-athlete to complete the 2014 Obstacle Racing World Championships, a mandatory obstacle completion format, earning her second place in her age group.
 
As an AGOGE and two time Death Race Finisher,  Summer 2014 and Summer 2018,  Amy continues to push the boundaries of what is perceived as a limit.  Durning the 2018 Death Race,  36 hours into the event after countless miles, task and 3500 burpees, Amy set the longest distance crawled under barbed wire for 12 consecutive hours for both female and para-athletes.  
 
New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Growing up and loving the outdoors
  • Playing outside all day, everyday
  • How running became a big part of her life
  • How running was an equaliser 
  • Not taking anything seriously
  • The next steps after high school
  • Getting a scholarship 
  • Dropping out of college and getting a full time job to support herself
  • Deciding to run a marathon
  • Running her first marathon in 3hrs 24 mins….
  • Qualifying for the Boston Marathon
  • Starting to run longer distances
  • Getting hit by a car and fighting to save her leg for 3 years
  • Being worries about losing her job
  • Having her leg amputated at 21 years old
  • Not being able to afford counselling 
  • 10 years to find the right prosthetic leg for her
  • Running the Chicago Marathon in 2006
  • Being given a second chance
  • A step A head Prosthetics
  • "What do you want to do with your life?”
  • Having a goal to run 100 miles
  • Believe
  • Helping to get someone else through the marathon
  • The journey of getting to run 100 miles
  • Having trouble breathing while running fast miles
  • Running at a slower pace for longer distances
  • Becoming a Mighty Mum and doing her first obstacle race
  • Wanting to run at Western States in California and be the first athlete with an prosthetic to cross the finish line
  • Managing pain and dealing with pain
  • The recovery process after big races
  • Working full time (60-70 hrs per week), with 6 children aged from 9 years old to 18 years old
  • Helping other people to achieve their goals
  • Beta-alanine Supplement
  • Being a single mum to two children 
  • What training looks like 
  • Running on a treadmill versus running on the road
  • Final words of advice to motivate and inspire you
 
Social Media
 
Website www.seeamyrun.com 
 
Facebook @seeamyrun 
 
Instagram @amybkw1 
 
Twitter @runamyrun
Nov 17, 2020
Loretta was one of 9 children, and lived with her single mum and siblings. Loretta was born partially blind and intellectually challenged, she was unable to walk or talk until the age four. Through the support and commitment of her mum, Loretta eventually began to speak, walk and soon started to follow her big brother into running. 
 
After being introduced to the Special Olympics her life started to change. She introduced President Bill Clinton at the 1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games has won multiple medals in dozens of its events, and also holds the current women's record in her age group for the 5000 meters at seventeen minutes.
 
Loretta has also crossed the finish line of twenty-six marathons, twice placing among the top one-hundred women in the Boston Marathon. Loretta holds a 4th-degree black belt in karate, communicates in four languages, including American Sign Language, and holds three honorary doctorate degrees from Quinnipiac University, Villanova University, and York College of Pennsylvania, making her the first person with an intellectual disability known to receive such honours, according to Special Olympics Incorporated.    
 
Today, Loretta is a celebrated athlete who was honoured in 1996 with ESPN's ESPY Arthur Ashe Award for Courage. Her life story was told in Walt Disney Productions The Loretta Claiborne Story and in the biography, "In Her Stride" published by WorldScapes.
 
Loretta at 67 years young, still runs every day and is very active in her community. Her motto for life is, “God is my strength, Special Olympics is my joy”.
 
Listen to Loretta on the Tough Girl Podcast. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Who is Loretta
  • Growing up in the 1950s
  • Dealing with discrimination all her life
  • Her strong and powerful mother who had big dreams for Loretta
  • Making the transition from school to work
  • Looking after her mother when she got sick
  • Moving into her first apartment 
  • Advice from her mother
  • Finding out about the Special Olympics
  • Not being allowed to quit the Special Olympics
  • Starting going running with her brother
  • Getting into road racing in the late 70s and early 80s
  • Running in the Boston Marathon
  • Being told she was too good to compete in the Special Olympics as a runner
  • Starting martial arts and self training
  • Not being able to go to the gym because of Covid
  • Book - In her Stride
  • Having a film made about her life
  • Dealing with anger
  • Turning her anger into a positive 
  • Learning to control her anger through martial arts
  • Deciding to learn sign language
  • Loving sports
  • 2 mottos that Loretta lives her life by
  • The joy in her life
  • Being the Chief Inspiration Officer for the Special Olympics 
  • Women who have inspired Loretta
  • Having good people in her life
  • Quick Fire Questions
  • Final words of advice 
 
Social Media
 
Website www.lorettaclaiborne.com
 
 
Nov 12, 2020
Tracy was expelled from school at the age of 15 and with no exams or qualifications she left to travel the world. She began working on charter yachts in Greece at the age of 17 and learned how to sail. 
 
Tracy took part in her first Whitbread Round the World Race as cook aboard ‘Atlantic Privateer’ in 1985/86 becoming the first woman to race around the world on a Maxi.
 
Upon completion she decided to enter the first all-female crew in the 1989/90 Whitbread and ‘Maiden’ crossed the start line on 2nd Sept 1989 and sailed into the history books. ‘Maiden’ went on to win two of the legs and came second in class overall. The best result for a British boat since 1977 and the best result for an all-female crew ever. 
 
Tracy was awarded the MBE and became the first woman in its 34 year history to be awarded the Yachtsman of the Year Trophy.
 
Tracy founded The Maiden Factor in the process of rescuing her beloved yacht Maiden. In 2016 she decided she wanted to do more than just restore Maiden, she also wanted to make sure she was used for something special. 
 
Tracy is Patron of, fundraises for and supports a number of small but effective charities who facilitate the education of girls around the globe.
 
New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Who is Tracy
  • Growing up in Reading and losing her father at 10 years old
  • Being expelled from school at 15
  • How she fell into sailing
  • Saying yes to opportunities
  • Female role models in sailing 
  • Having amazing male mentors
  • Learning how to navigate
  • Fighting for gender equality and against injustice
  • Deciding to race around the world in the 1985/86 Whitbread Race
  • Taking the first steps into sailing as a cook
  • Gaining new skills and learning as much as she could
  • Finding out that she was tough enough
  • Wanting to prove that women could sail around the world
  • Turning the dream into a reality 
  • Dealing with the negative pushback 
  • Struggling to find the money
  • Getting Maiden to the start line!
  • Competition and collaboration 
  • Why women are STRONG TOGETHER
  • The power of women working together
  • Dealing with the pressure of performance
  • Having to prove that women could sail around the world safely
  • Using the fear to motivate 
  • Struggling to deal with stress
  • The Maiden Factor Foundation 
  • Finding Maiden and getting the boat back
  • Starting a 3 year world tour on Maiden in 2018
  • Inspiring the next generation of girls 
  • The impact of Covid on the charity
  • The process of making - Maiden The Movie 
  • “Girls have got to see success in it’s raw form”
  • “Success can be messy”
  • The impact of Covid and having to cancel the American part of the tour
  • Doing a tour of UK and Ireland in April 2021
  • Missing people
  • Final words of advice 
 
Social Media
 
Website https://www.tracyedwards.com 
 
Twitter @TracyEdwardsMBE 
 
The Maiden Factor - The Maiden Factor's mission is to continue Maiden's iconic legacy and inspire the next generation of girls through education
 
Website - https://www.themaidenfactor.org 
 
Twitter @maidenfactor 
 
Facebook @TheMaidenFactor
 
Nov 10, 2020
Susan took up cycling as a hobby about 10 years ago and since then has gone on to spend over 2 and a half years on a cycle tour around the world. 
 
Susan visited 15 countries on four different continents. Meeting amazing people along the way and having fantastic experiences, which she has shared on her blog
 
Since then, Susan has gone on to become a Breeze Champion and she set up Leicester Women’s Velo with a few other Breeze Champions in Leicester. 
 
Susan is also one of Cycling UK’s “100 Women in Cycling 2019”. Susan hopes to inspire you to go on your own adventure!
 
New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Getting back into cycling 10 years ago
  • Coming back from a round the world cycle tour
  • Family life and learning how to ride a bike
  • Wanting to be a ballerina
  • Health and fitness and being the fat kid at school
  • Dislocating her shoulder
  • Going on holiday to NYC
  • The struggle of getting into a routine
  • Leaving her job to become a full time personal trainer
  • How work took over her life
  • Making the transition to becoming a full time personal trainer
  • Getting back into cycling
  • Building up the courage to join a cycling club
  • Sky Ride Locals
  • Being willing to try new things
  • Starting to think about bigger rides
  • Breeze Rides and becoming a breeze champion
  • Getting a group of women to cycle across France 
  • Learning how to cycle tour
  • Gaining new skills
  • Trying to find the right bike 
  • The rush of getting from A to B
  • Where the idea came from to cycle around the world
  • Going back to work to earn money for the trip
  • Starting to tell people about the cycle tour
  • Trying to decide on cycle routes
  • How her journey and plan changed
  • Why New Zealand started to appeal
  • Taking 2 years to plan the adventure 
  • Decluttering the house to rent it out
  • Saving money and the budget for the trip
  • Gaining knowledge regarding bike maintenance
  • Cycling around Taiwan
  • The magical moments from the trip
  • Transitioning back to a normal life
  • Living with her mum
  • Not wanting to come home
  • Thinking about the next cycle adventure
  • A cycle around the coast of Great Britain 
  • Final words of advice 
 
 
Social Media
 
Website pfaffingandcycling.wordpress.com/
 
Instagram @susanlonghaultrucker 
 
Twitter @Susan_Doram
 
 
 
Nov 5, 2020
Kerri Andrews is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Edge Hill University. She writes about literary history, particularly untold or forgotten histories, and has published widely on women’s writing. Her book, Wanderers: A History of Women Walking, published by Reaktion in September 2020. 
 
Tracing the footsteps of ten women walker-writers from eighteenth-century parson’s daughter Elizabeth Carter – who desired nothing more than to be taken for a vagabond in the wilds of southern England – to modern walker-writers such as Nan Shepherd and Cheryl Strayed, Wanderers offers a beguiling, alternative view of the history of walking.
 
Kerri is also one of the leaders of Women In The Hills, an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project aimed at exploring the factors enabling and inhibiting women's access to upland landscapes. The project brings together people from all areas of walking, mountaineering, land access and management, to drive change in women's access and experiences.
 
Kerri is the General Editor of Nan Shepherd’s letters, the first ever edition of Shepherd's, which will be published in 2023 by Edinburgh University Press. She is also a keen hill-walker and a member of Mountaineering Scotland.
 
You can listen to Kerri on the Tough Girl Podcast, NEW episodes every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Getting interested in writing about women and walking
  • Living in Scotland
  • Getting into walking 
  • Heading off to university and doing her PhD
  • Deciding to get down to a healthy weight
  • Starting to play squash
  • Her first trip up Snowdon
  • Connecting with people via Meet Up
  • Co-Leader of Women in the Hills - Research Network. What hinders & enhances women's experiences of the hills? 
  • What the research is showing
  • Wanderers: A History of Women Walking
  • Starting to write the book in 2012
  • Doing the research over the years
  • Focusing on women over the past 300 years
  • Being inspired by; Sarah Stoddart Hazlitt  
  • The power of walking 
  • Having her first child and the struggles of finding child care
  • The power of Cheryl Strayed writing 
  • What it means to be female on the trail
  • Female bodies and how they open up new possibilities
  • Finding the information for the book
  • Why women’s walks don’t get taken notice off
  • Doing other kinds of walking
  • Getting the book published 
  • The Literary Consultancy 
  • Reaktion Books 
  • Being inspired by Nan Shepherd
  • First edition of Nan Shepherd’s correspondence to come out in 2023 
  • Key takeaways from the book
  • The idea of a female tradition
 
Social Media
 
Website www.edgehill.ac.uk/englishhistorycreativewriting/staff/dr-kerri-andrews/ 
 
Twitter @kerriandrewsuk 
 
Book  - Wanderers: A History of Women Walking
 
This is a book about ten women who, over the past three hundred years, have found walking essential to their sense of themselves, as people and as writers.
 
In a series of intimate, incisive portraits, Wanderers traces their footsteps, from eighteenth-century parson's daughter Elizabeth Carter ‐ who desired nothing more than to be taken for a vagabond in the wilds of southern England ‐ to modern walker-writers such as Nan Shepherd and Cheryl Strayed. 
 
For each, walking was integral, whether it was rambling for miles across the Highlands, like Sarah Stoddart Hazlitt, or pacing novels into being, as Virginia Woolf did around Bloomsbury.
 
'With the absorbing voice and attention to detail of a favourite hiking companion, Andrews unearths the forgotten women who have walked for creativity, for independence and self-discovery, to remember, to forget, to escape violence, to find physical and emotional strength.' Rachel Hewitt, historian, trail-runner and author of Map of a Nation
Nov 3, 2020
“I want to change the world, one race at a time” - Khadijah Diggs
 
Khadijah is Mother, Project Manager and a Team USA and Silver IronMan All-World Triathlete. Her mission is to Promote a Positive Image of Muslim Women and Islam in General through Sport.
 
Khadijah is currently ranked in the top 5% of her age group by Ironman Triathlon and is the first African American woman to represent Team USA in Long Course Triathlon and the first Muslim women to represent Team USA in any multi-sport event. The single mother of twins competed in her first triathlon in 2012 at age 43, and now aspires to win a national championship in the Master’s division.
 
Khadijah in her own words:
 
"Training and racing started off as my therapy to recover from a failing marriage and the loss of loved ones to cancer. It has remained that but has also become how I express myself and share who I am as Muslim, a Mother and a Woman." 
 
Her GOAL is to open dialogue and connect women of all backgrounds on a personal level by sharing common experiences, joys and struggles through healthy living, group training and healthy competition. 
 
"I have learned traveling all over the country and the World to race, that at the core, we are more the same than different. The struggles of motherhood and just being female are universal and it binds us as women.”
 
New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don’t miss out. 
 
The tough girl podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast
 
Show notes
  • Who is Khadijah
  • Loving swimming from a young age
  • Running track in college
  • Getting her first bike for her first triathlon
  • Doing her first triathlon in 2012 at 40 years old
  • Coming 3rd to last, but loving the whole experience
  • Being encouraged and supported at the start of her triathlon journey 
  • Figuring it out at the start
  • Reading books and looking at training plans on-line
  • Figuring out her method for triathlon
  • Increasing from sprint triathlon to a half ironman distance
  • Deciding to take swim lessons
  • The struggle of finding appropriate clothing to wear
  • ASIYA hijabs 
  • Muslim role models in triathlon
  • Becoming a better athlete through making mistakes
  • Realising the importance of nutrition
  • The importance of planning for everything that can go wrong
  • What’s going on mentally during a race
  • Dedicating races to loved ones
  • Using triathlon training as a mental escape
  • Trying to get the balance right 
  • Having all the equipment to train at home including an endless pool
  • Racing in Cuba 
  • Nutrition and changes to diet to help balance blood sugar levels
  • F2C Nutrition 
  • Looking at nutrition in a holistic way 
  • Training during Ramadan
  • Magical moments from races
  • The power of mantra 
  • Being an introvert and preferring the virtual settings
  • Final words of advice for taking on a triathlon 
 
Social Media 
 
Website - www.khadijahtriathlete.com
 
Instagram - @khadijahtriathlete 
 
Facebook - @trigammalete
 
Podcast - https://anchor.fm/khadijah-diggs
 
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