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Olympic Fever

The feeling is uncontrollable and comes about every couple of years when athletes around the world convene on one city in their quest for glory. For some reason, you can't stop devouring the news and watching the events. For several weeks, you can't get enough. It's clear: You've got a case of Olympic Fever.

Now there's a podcast that can help. Welcome to Olympic Fever, the podcast for fans of the greatest sporting event in the world: The Olympic Games.

Each week, hosts Jill Jaracz and Alison Brown explore the stories of the Olympics through its sports, athletes, officials, organizers, host cities, fans and more.

New episodes come out every Thursday. Join us for all the fun and grandness that is the Olympic Games.

Citius, Altius, Feverrius.

Jan 18, 2018

We're talking Women's Olympic Ice Hockey this week! First up, Jill is beyond excited to talk with one of the "other Olympians." That's right, the Games wouldn't be possible without officials, and women's hockey linesman Jessica Leclerc has proven she has what it takes to be an Olympic official. We've got her story, plus...


Jan 11, 2018

It's snowboard week on Olympic Fever! Jill talks with Alex Diebold, Sochi 2014 bronze medallist in snowboardcross, and Alison chats with halfpipe medal hopeful Chloe Kim at Team USA Winterfest. It's also time to prepare for your Opening Ceremonies party--we talk with Team USA's #1 fan Sarah Patton for party...


Jan 4, 2018

This week we are heading to the biathlon range, where contributor Ben Jackson talks with Team USA biathlete Clare Egan, who recently made the U.S. Olympic team and is heading to PyeongChang for her first Olympics!

You can read more about Clare at her website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

No biathlon...


Dec 29, 2017

After weeks of talking about India's greatest Winter Olympian, we have him ON THE SHOW! The one, the only SHIVA KESHAVAN joins us to talk about the sport of luge. We have a fascinating conversation with him that will help you better understand what you're watching when you tune in to a luge competition--and it starts...


Dec 21, 2017

Jill and Alison fly high this week as they talk about ski jumping -- and the fact that women were just allowed the opportunity to compete in this event at the Olympics in 2014. 2014! Why? Ski jumping was deemed medically unsafe to women's reproductive organs (we are not making this up).

Alison also talks with U.S....