The Joy of SUP in the Sports Podcast Awards!
I'm thrilled to have entered The Joy of SUP - The Paddleboarding Sunshine Podcast into the prestigious Sports Podcast Awards - a 'brand new annual celebration of the very best that the global sports audio community has to offer.'
One of its aims is to help listeners find the most relevant content and help podcasters to get discovered. When you are a niche podcast like The Joy of SUP, this is a great opportunity to share the joy of paddleboarding with a wider audience.
The advisory board for the awards includes broadcaster Gabby Logan, Barney Francis, Liseli Sitali, Bimal Kapadia and Peter Hutton.
The Joy of SUP is in the Urban and Adventure category which is great as my goal for the podcast is to share all the health, happiness, friendship, possibility and adventure of stand up paddleboarding.
I am very grateful to fellow outdoors podcaster and friend Zoe Langley-Wathen, host of the HeadRightOut Podcast for generously alerting me to the awards. On her podcast, Zoe talks to midlife women about stretching comfort zones and facing fears, mostly outdoors. She kindly invited me to share my story recently and you can find out more at www.headrightout.com
Zoe and I are both in our 50s and we are currently researching other outdoor podcasts hosted by women over 45 to share with you. It's lovely to collaborate on this project and it absolutely fits the motto of The Joy of SUP which is "We rise by lifting others!"
Judging starts in January so please do wish both Zoe and me luck! We will certainly be cheering each other on.
To find out more about the Sports Podcast Awards, find them on Twitter @SportsPodAwards
To find out more about The Joy of SUP Podcast, find me on Instagram @thejoyofsuppodcast_ and @healthyhappy50 or www.jomoseley.com and Twitter @healthyhappy50
Here's the link to The Joy of SUP Podcast: https://www.jomoseley.com/podcast
To find out more about Zoe, find her on Twitter and Instagram @headrightout
Here's the link to Zoe's HeadRightOut Podcast: https://headrightout.com/podcast/
Pic credit to Zoe Langley-Wathen