Brodie Kane Media.
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A BIT ABOUT BRODIE
I’m a proud Kiwi and have been lucky enough to work in the media industry to build a successful career over the past 13 years. I love telling people’s stories, creating entertaining video content, hosting podcasts, engaging and collaborating with brands, making people laugh and feel good.
The Fearless Podcast Powered by Puma
A Podcast series produced by Brodie Kane Media, powered by Puma and presented under The Girls Uninterrupted. This is a six-episode series of fearless Kiwi women in sport discussing gender equality, their personal sporting journey and hopes for the future.
Not that long ago I turned 34, and in my first week of turning 34 I got hemorrhoids. Yip, hemorrhoids. Bum hurt all week, felt like a bag of shite (never a truer choice of words). In those first couple of days of the first week of my 35th year, after I’d had all my friends and family around me, I experienced that low you feel you know? After an epic weekend, too much alcohol, lots of fun, and then BAM – back to reality.
So the Queenstown Marathon is pretty much bang on two months away and my epic coach Lydia O’Donell has had me on a pretty full noise training programme. I’ve been feeling really good overall, but am acutely aware we’re getting into the real business end of training.
It’s amazing how you can hop in the car in New Zealand, and within a relatively small amount of time you can be somewhere that looks completely different, somewhere that offers a different perspective, somewhere that is off the beaten track and yet right at your back doorstep.