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Stanley Street Social Podcast

Author: Alex Clements & Campbell Flakemore

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MAAP presents Stanley Street Social Podcast. The podcast displays cycling media in an authentic relaxed manner. Join us as we share a knowledgeable inside view into the world of cycling through unique interviews and analysis.
140 Episodes
In this podcast we chat to Nick Frendo about his mental health journey and how his life has changed through cycling. If you’d like to read more check out this article of his story.
We chat to Sport Scientist Paolo Menaspà about his time at the MAPEI Sport, working with athletes such as; Cadel Evans, Michael Rogers, Caleb Ewan, Jack Haig, his time at Mitchelton-SCOTT, and finally his new role at Cycling Australia.
We caught up with Mitchelton-SCOTT's Jack Haig to unpack his professional season. We discuss; how his year went, the highs and lows, whether he achieved his goals and the process of planning out next year. 
Wayne Schwass | Puka Up

Wayne Schwass | Puka Up


Wayne Schwass is the CEO or Puka Up, All Australian AFL player and cyclist! In this podcast we chat about how Puka us is going, where we are at with mental health in Australia and what’s next for him and his business.If you don’t know Wayne’s story check out this podcast we did with him last year.
We wrap up the final Italian races of the year, get an update on Campbell's Sufferfest Program and Tom is back for the Continential Breakfast. 
We caught up with Simon Gerrans to chat about how he progressed from cycling, what he is up to now and how he has found the process. 
We look at the road worlds, all your listener questions and Tom's back with the Continental Breakfast. 
We sat down with Sam Welsford to chat about his Olympic campaign to Tokyo! 
We wrap up Vuelta, pick you up to speed on all the cycling news and the Continential Breakfast features one of the hottest team in the cycling world. 
All the cycling news from the last week plus our listener questions. 
Comments (2)

Janine Pearson

that was brilliant. great to hear a riders story first hand. love your work.

Jun 7th


Very enjoyable podcast, would 10/10 recommend!

Jan 21st
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