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Olympic Fever

By olymfever

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Olympic Fever is the podcast for Olympic fans. Each week co-hosts Jill Jaracz and Alison Brown interview athletes, organizers, historians and those involved with the greatest sporting festival in the world.

Customer Reviews

I used to love it

I really love the idea of an Olympic podcast and I used to love this one. Recently, it has become more and more of the hosts chatting with each other and complaining. They seem to be proud of not being well educated on athletics and yet have no problem forming a strong negative opinion on everything.

Genuine Enthusiasm

Such a fun podcast and it makes me happy to know that I'm not the only one suffering from Olympic Fever. The hosts' enthusiasm is so genuine and pure that it makes listening a delight even when I'm not particularly interested in the sport they're discussing. I've especially been enjoying the daily recaps during the Winter Olympics.

Good Day by Day Summaries But Too Much Personal Opinion

The podcasts are a great recap of the day by day updates of the Olympics, but the hosts put too much of their own opinions into the podcasts and lacks accurate facts and objectivity. The host sometime used phrases like “If you are not touch after watching this, then I feel sorry for your soul.” I find that a little ignorant and even offensive. Many times the hosts would use “that guy” or “the one that went after him”, lacking accuracy.

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