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Lasso Safe Talks

The Lasso Safe Talks video series brings the sports community together to discuss sports wellness and to learn about current trends in athlete safety. These discussions offer solutions which transfer some of the industry’s knowledge into current athlete experiences.

Ju’Riese Colon, CEO of the US Center for SafeSport

Ju’Riese Colon
Tune in to hear Ju’Riese’s perspective on the recommendations made by the Commission on the State of U.S. Olympics and Paralympics, the state of the industry, and her journey into athlete safeguarding. We are thrilled to share this FULL LassoSafe Talks Interview featuring Ju’Riese Colon, CEO of the US Center for SafeSport.

Jason Gewitz, Executive Director and Publisher of SportsTravel Magazine.

Jason Gewirtz
In a thought-provoking interview, Dr. Veronique Valliere Psy.D., Senior Advisor at Lasso Safe, engages in an enlightening dialogue with Jason Gewirtz, the esteemed Executive Editor and Publisher of SportsTravel Magazine.

Delving into the intricate dynamics of the travel sports industry, they illuminate its pivotal awakening to the urgent necessity for comprehensive athlete safeguarding solutions.

Luke Bodensteiner, Chief of Sports Dev., Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

Luke Bodensteiner
Dr. Veronique Valliere Psy.D., Senior Advisor at Lasso Safe, engages in a discussion with Luke Bodensteiner, a 2-time Olympian and Chief of Sports Development at the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation. Together, they explore the crucial topic of athlete wellness and safety within US Youth and Olympic Sport. The conversation highlights the significance of athletes establishing a sense of belonging in their training environments.

Notably, the Utah Olympic Legacy is currently the leading bid for the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. This interview offers valuable insights into creating safer and more supportive spaces for athletes.