Carrie chats with Dr. Sasha Gollish! The Canadian national champion and world record holder in the indoor masters mile talks about maintaining her fire as she gets older, how she is helping make roads safer for pedestrians as a civil engineer, the power of positivity, observing the changes that perimenopause and menopause bring to your body, and much more!
Recorded July 18, 2023
We lost Gabe Grunewald 4 years ago, but her legacy lives on in The Brave Like Gabe Foundation, and over the past 5 years they have been able to fund more than $1.3M in rare cancer research. That’s real science bringing hope to cancer survivors, and it’s exactly what Gabe had intended. One of the ways the Brave Like Gabe Foundation is able to make these grants is by hosting an annual 5K event that literally anyone, anywhere can join! Please consider registering for this event in September and using my discount code – CTOLLERUN23 – for a 10% discount. Your registration and donations support rare cancer research and keep cancer survivors #RunningOnHope.
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Sasha Gollish is a Team Canada athlete having participated in everything from the 1500m to the marathon, but she’s known for her fun loving spirit in the community. You’ll see her smile, wave and probably chat you up anywhere in the world she might be running. Sasha’s also an engineer, a high performance coaching graduate and she works as a research associate in the Human Behaviour and Emotions lab where her work centers around improving sport, movement and physical activity for all. And as ChatGPT says she’s an advocate for “gender equity in sports and has spoken out about the need for equal opportunities and recognition for female athletes.”