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World-renowned sports scientist Professor Ross Tucker and veteran sports journalist Mike Finch break down the myths, practices and controversies from the world of sport. From athletics to rugby, soccer, cycling and more, the two delve into the most recent research, unearth lessons from the pros and host exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading sporting experts. For those who love sport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A women’s rugby podcast! Not exclusive to women, or about women’s rugby, but a fresh female take. England World Cup winner Nolli Waterman, and rugby broadcaster Laura-Jane Jones will be talking you through both the women’s and men’s games, and taking you on their adventures in the sport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
After years of stagnation, the game of Rugby has fresh, shiny new coverage that seems to have breathed life back into the code. So, after years of frustration with the game they supposedly play in heaven, The Betoota Advocate is giving it another go.Our sport's team will be jumping in the booth every week to cover all of the footy action - from the grassroots, the country, and the world. We'll cover the tales of Rugby Australia's Marketing Pigeon, the world-beating Queensland Reds rolling th ...
 
Welcome to the Talking with TK Podcast! Where Australian & New Zealand sporting legends, current day champions and future champions go one-on-one with Tristan K’Nell. The podcast delivers the human element of an athlete, the trials and tribulations on their path to success. It's authentic story telling like a voiced version from a chapter of an autobiography with the intention to inspire others to reach their dreams.Check out the show at www.talkingwithtk.com or get in touch with Tristan his ...
 
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NEW YORK, NY – Here's this week's "Marshall Law: Turning Points in All Round Major League Rugby Matches..." Iona College Rugby legend Colby Marshall's recurring installment.Plus... a preview of the playoffs. 🚨MARSHALL LAW HAS YOU COVERED🚨And don't forget to check out all of this week's segments:-The Rugby Odds: Critics call it, “…inconceivably grea…
 
Buy Hold Sell Avoid is back on tonight and TK is joined by Kyle Lomas and Tim Ballantine. Tonight recommendations are on Adam Doueihi, Luke Thompson, Nathan Brown, Victor Radley, Tyrone Peachey and Matt Burton And a few scenarios: Olakau'atu vs Keaon Kolomatagi Gagai vs Rapana Doueihi vs Pearce vs Munster Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
NZ Rugby has confirmed a six year sponsorship deal with British petrochemical company INEOS. From next year the company name will appear on the shorts and training jerseys of the All Blacks, Black Ferns, and Sevens teams among others. Greenpeace has hit out at the move saying NZR shouldn't do business with a company that contributes to global warmi…
 
Simone Biles’ withdrawal from the gymnastics team final has stunned the Olympic Games. She hadn't been performing as well as expected. Biles told reporters she was struggling with some things; citing mental health, and immense pressure of being an Olympic athlete. US Correspondent in Tokyo, James Longman says this Olympic shocker goes to show that …
 
New Zealand Rugby. Yes! I’m loving these guys today. Because they know their job and they are sticking to it. They announced today that they’ve signed a six year deal with INEOS, a petrochemical company.That’s winding up environmental groups including Greenpeace, because they don’t like the idea that the All Blacks will have INEOS plastered on the …
 
The Chief Executive of the Food and Grocery Council has accused one of our major supermarket chains of trying to "break people" Katherine Rich says Foodstuffs New Zealand has been making extreme demands of their suppliers, purely to boost their own profits. The Commerce Commission is publishing a draft market study on the groceries industry tomorro…
 
Even before the trans-tasman travel bubble popped, things weren't looking rosy in the tourism sector. New figures from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) show 11% of tourism accommodation was either closed or had no guests last month. Occupancy across the past year was down to 42%, showing that domestic tourism just can't fi…
 
A three day mass vaccination event hasn't gone to plan. Less than a quarter of those who were invited actually signed up. Health officials had to expand the invite list twice to find 12,000 more people to make sure the event could go ahead. A total of 140,000 invites were sent out before they got the numbers they needed. Heather du Plessis-Allan as…
 
Police Commissioner Andrew Coster joined Heather du Plessis-Allan following the guilty verdict in the trial against Eli Epiha. A jury found Epiha gulty of murdering Constable Matthew Hunt and attempting to murder Constable David Goldfinch. Coster talked about what new solutions to keeping the police safe may soon come into force. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The covid outbreak in Fiji is going from bad to worse. The country has reported seven more deaths and a daily record of covid cases of 12 hundred and 85. New Zealand is in discussions with Fiji about bringing a covid patient to New Zealand to receive hospital care here. Fiji correspondent Lice Movono spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about how bad …
 
21 organisations have signed a pledge to be more transparent about their use of animals in research, testing and teaching. The signatories have promised to be more open about why and how they use animals; and include all our major universities, AgResearch and AstraZeneca. There was public outcry earlier this year when it was revealed that more than…
 
The team are joined by gymnastics coach, biomechanist and former competitor Dr Helen Bayne to talk through the scoring systems, debate the controversies and pick the favourites for this year's Tokyo Games. PLUS: Is Simone Biles really the greatest gymnast of all time? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Heather du Plessis-Allan talks to Grant Robertson about: Woman linked to ISIS, Suhayra Aden, moving to New ZealandWhether the Wallabies will get an exemption for the Bledisloe CupImmigration issues – why skilled people leaving the country due to a lack of certaintyAnd Refining NZ wanting to put a 1 cent levy on every litre of petrol LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Sydney could be in lockdown for a while yet. New South Wales has 145 new cases of Covid-19 -- 51 infectious while in the community. There's speculation the Australian state will come out of lockdown on September 17. But, International Correspondent Oliver Petersen told Heather du Plessis-Allan that Christmas looks more likely. He says people aren't…
 
Hayden Wilde has won the first Olympic medal for New Zealand in Tokyo with the bronze in triathlon. The race started all but smoothly when some swimmers jumped in the water too early, Hayden among them. He recounts the false start and talks about what he’ll do now he’s taken out a medal. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is to stop selling Marlboro cigarettes in the UK within the next 10 years. But how much of this is from the goodness of their hearts? Or is a marketing campaign, as the world looks towards vaping? Director of Ash Deborah Hart spoke to Heather du Plessis-Allan about whether this really is a good thing. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
2021 could be a record year for coal imports. The government is expecting that 150,000 more tonnes of coal will be imported this year than last year. Last year well over a million tonnes in total were imported. Most of the imported coal will be burned to keep your lights on, or possibly to charge up your new EV. Chief Executive of Forest and Bird, …
 
New Zealand will let terror suspect Suhayra Aden and her children into the country. In February this year Aden crossed from Syria to Turkey, with the Turkish ministry identifying her as an Islamic state terrorist. She was once a dual citizen of New Zealand and Australia, but Australia revoked her citizenship, leaving New Zealand to repatriate her. …
 
Former Finance Minister Sir Roger Douglas has penned a paper calling for a complete overhaul of all aspects of the welfare system in order to deal with New Zealand's huge debt mountain. He promises virtually every New Zealander could retire with $4-5 million in their super fund accounts. Plus that health, education and housing would all become affo…
 
NEW YORK, NY - With a little help from King of 7s Steve "The Lizard" Lewis, our Prognosticating Panel picks Gold, Silver & Bronze medal winners for men & women AND weigh in on the first British & Irish Lions vs the Springboks test. Yes, there is some cat-fighting and name-calling along the way.How a look or a listen... but the visual is always bett…
 
With daily COVID-19 cases sharply rising again, Italy will soon require people to have passes reflecting their health status to access gyms, museums, movie theaters, the inside of restaurants and other venues. Premier Mario Draghi’s government approved a decree Thursday ordering the use of the so-called “green” passes starting on Aug. 6. To be elig…
 
From tomorrow, Kiwi workers will see a doubling on their sick leave entitlement - a move described as a game changer by workers' rights advocates. Most employees who have worked for an employer for six months will now be entitled to 10 days paid leave if they, or a dependent, are sick or injured or have a dependent who is sick or injured. Employees…
 
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