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The Long Talk With Snow Sport CEO Jan Shearer

The Long Talk is the long form interview series on New Zealand Sport Radio. In the twenty-eighth episode I talk about Snow Sports. The New Zealand Sport Radio podcast is available on Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Acast and many more podcatchers. Jan Shearer and I chat about how her athletic life that led to her winning... Continue Reading →

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The Long Talk With Surfing International Billy Stairmand

The Long Talk is the long form interview series on New Zealand Sport Radio. In the twenty second episode I talk about Surfing and the Olympics. The New Zealand Sport Radio podcast is available on Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Acast and many more podcatchers. Billy Stairmand and I chat about how he got into Surfing and... Continue Reading →

The Long Talk with Ben Kennings from Surfing New Zealand

The Long Talk is the long form interview series on New Zealand Sport Radio. In the sixth episode I got to chat with Surfing New Zealand. The New Zealand Sport Radio podcast is available on Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Acast and many more podcatchers. Ben Kennings and I talk about how he got into surfing and... Continue Reading →

The Long Talk with Volleyball New Zealand CEO Toni-Maree Carnie

The Long Talk is the long form interview series on New Zealand Sport Radio. In the eighth episode I got to find out about another New Zealand sport. I'm joined by Volleyball New Zealand CEO Toni-Maree Carnie, who tells us about her experience with Volleyball. How she came into the role via several sports administration... Continue Reading →

Tonga 7s an interview with Andrew Katoa

The Tonga 7s side were¬†over in Auckland for the ¬†Oceania 7s Olympic Qualifier tournament, so I jumped at the opportunity to interview Andrew Katoa their coach. We talked about the goals and challenges for the Islanders. When I mentioned to friends that I was interviewing the Tonga 7s coach the response was that they are... Continue Reading →

7s Explained an Interview With William Los’e

With the 7s introduction to the 2016 Olympics it has grabbed a greater profile. This has led to speculation from various rugby pundits about which players from the 15s world might cross over for the opportunity to win a gold medal. I have heard comments from several 7s experts questioning what these pundits know. So I... Continue Reading →

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