Season Three of espnW’s “Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” Premieres Wednesday with USWNT’s Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris

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Season Three of espnW’s “Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” Premieres Wednesday with USWNT’s Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris

A podcast celebrating trailblazing women, the third season of “Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” debuts today, featuring two soccer & pop culture superstars to kick off a stacked slate of guests, which includes multiple Olympic gold medalists, iconic groundbreakers and more.

“Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” is a fun, thoughtful, candid conversation with pioneers in sports about the joy and chaos found in life and sports. Laughter — and donuts — permitted. “Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” is presented by Ally, a leading digital financial services company.

Episode 1 features USWNT’s Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris, as the couple talk with Julie and co-host Lynn Olszowy about going public with their relationship, the significance of sharing their wedding on social media and Ali’s journey from being cut from the USWNT and then winning another World Cup. Listen to Season 3, Episode 1 of “Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy” on the ESPN App, Apple Podcasts, and wherever podcasts are available.

Other guests this season include Olympic track & field legend Jackie Joyner-Kersee, six-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Amy Van Dyken, 2018 Olympic cross-country skiing gold medalists Jessie Diggins & Kikkan Randall and World Cup champion Jessica McDonald.

Foudy is a former captain of the U.S. women’s soccer team and won two Olympic gold medals and two World Cup titles during her almost two decades with the national team. She is now an analyst and reporter for ESPN and espnW and, most importantly, a donut savant.

About espnW
espnW is a global multiplatform brand dedicated to engaging and inspiring women through sports., the brand’s content home, offers total access to female athletes and the sports they play, takes fans inside the biggest events, and captures the biggest trends in sports life/style. espnW also provides a unique point of view on the sports stories that matter most to women and highlights the crossroads of sports and culture. Founded in July 2010, espnW’s content and voices live across digital, television, radio, films, events, educational platforms and social media.

Amanda Brooks

Amanda is the Director of Communications for ESPN College Football, SEC Network and Longhorn Network, and oversees publicity for college gymnastics and track & field across all ESPN platforms. Amanda is a proud alum of Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., and earned her master's in ethics from Vanderbilt University. A native of Kent, Ohio, she is a die-hard Cleveland Guardians fan.
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