35 episodes

This podcast sees 5 time Olympian, Nat Cook interview Olympians past, present and future on the date they participated in their event or for some, the date they were supposed to participate in their event. On My Day with Nat Cook - Tokyo 2020ne - With Tokyo 2020 no longer happening, Nat takes the opportunity to sit down with some of Australia's most talented athletes to check in with their current training schedules, what their futures look like and what the cancellation of the Tokyo 2020 Games means for the future of Australian sport. A raw and honest insight into how our Australian athletes are coping with the current hurdles that life is throwing them and their hopes and dreams.On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived - sees Nat wind the clock back to 2000, interviewing a talented swag of Sydney gold medallists and iconic Australian OLYmpians. Hear the epic success stories from the athletes themselves, like Michael Klim on his record-setting relay leg, and the moment Lauren Burns knew she could make history as Australia's first taekwondo champ. Get out your memorabilia from Sydney 2000 and reminisce with Nat!

On My Day with Nat Cook Natalie Cook

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This podcast sees 5 time Olympian, Nat Cook interview Olympians past, present and future on the date they participated in their event or for some, the date they were supposed to participate in their event. On My Day with Nat Cook - Tokyo 2020ne - With Tokyo 2020 no longer happening, Nat takes the opportunity to sit down with some of Australia's most talented athletes to check in with their current training schedules, what their futures look like and what the cancellation of the Tokyo 2020 Games means for the future of Australian sport. A raw and honest insight into how our Australian athletes are coping with the current hurdles that life is throwing them and their hopes and dreams.On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived - sees Nat wind the clock back to 2000, interviewing a talented swag of Sydney gold medallists and iconic Australian OLYmpians. Hear the epic success stories from the athletes themselves, like Michael Klim on his record-setting relay leg, and the moment Lauren Burns knew she could make history as Australia's first taekwondo champ. Get out your memorabilia from Sydney 2000 and reminisce with Nat!

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Closing Ceremony - John Coates AC

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Closing Ceremony - John Coates AC

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relivedproduced by m4mSeason 2:Episode #17October 1st 2020John Coates AC- On the Closing Ceremony of On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived, Nat interviews the head of the team that made it all happen in 2000 – John...

    • 53 min
    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Ian Thorpe

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Ian Thorpe

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived
    produced by m4m

    Season 2:
    Episode #16

    September 30th 2020

    Ian Thorpe - For the final athlete interview in the series, Nat talks to Australia’s most successful OLYmpian: Ian Thorpe AKA The Thorpedo, who, as a 17 year old competing in Sydney, took home five medals and broke two world records! Ian talks about his epic first day in Sydney: winning gold in the 400m freestyle event, and again in the 200m freestyle relay later that day. Ian also recalls the vivid memories of the crowd screaming his name, his close call with a broken zipper before the relay, and how he beat the fastest swimmer in the world at that time, Gary Hall Jr. In this episode, you’ll also find out why Thorpey sets his alarm for exactly 4:17am.
    Celebrate and WIN!
    To celebrate the magic of #SydneyRelived, 20 years on, we have a swag of prizes up for grabs! Fill in the form and answer the daily question to go into the draw to win one of 12 prizes including:
    3 x Royal Australian Mint 2020 Australian Olympic Team Coin, signed by beach volleyball star Taliqua Clancy3 x pairs of Ace Optics performance sunglasses3 x Boxing Kangaroo plush toys 3 x signed copies of Laurie Lawrence’s book Stuff the Silver, We’re Going for Gold You can also follow the On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived playlist on Spotify which has songs from every Athlete they use to pump themselves up and get them ready for their gold medal performance! Click Here!

    SPECIAL FEATURE:

    At the end of every episode is a special song that was recorded by Marcia Hines and performed exclusively to the Australian Olympic team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. This song has never been heard before outside of the Olympic Village and it is with great pleasure that we share this song with you with a big thanks to Marcia herself and her manager Peter Rix! 

    Pump up the sound to RISE UP as the journey's just begun!
    Follow Nat & Ian:

    Ian Thorpe
    https://www.facebook.com/IanThorpeOfficial
    https://www.instagram.com/ian.thorpe/

    Nat Cook
    https://www.facebook.com/NatalieCookOAMOLY/
    https://www.instagram.com/natcook_official/

    Produced by m4m

    CREDITS:

    Host
    Natalie Cook

    Producers
    Rebecca Pini - m4m
    Amanda Goddard - m4m

    Sound Engineer & Audio Mastering
    Kaleb Pini -m4m

    Production Assistant
    Lauren McDonald - m4m

    • 46 min
    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Rechelle Hawkes

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Rechelle Hawkes

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relivedproduced by m4mSeason 2:Episode #15September 29th 2020Rechelle Hawkes - Former Hockeyroos captain Rechelle Hawkes is the second Australian woman (after Dawn Fraser) to win gold medals in three separate Olympic...

    • 40 min
    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Tom King

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Tom King

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived
    produced by m4m

    Season 2:
    Episode #14

    September 28th 2020

    Tom King - Sailing at a high level is a dynamic game of risk-reward decision making. As a sailor, Tom King is used to competing without an audience to cheer him on, so to win gold in front of a huge home crowd lining the iconic Sydney Harbour was an epic triumph he will never forget. Nat and Tom relive the moments in Sydney when Tom and his crew member Mark Turnbull won gold in the 470 class race in 2000!
    Celebrate and WIN!
    To celebrate the magic of #SydneyRelived, 20 years on, we have a swag of prizes up for grabs! Fill in the form and answer the daily question to go into the draw to win one of 12 prizes including:
    3 x Royal Australian Mint 2020 Australian Olympic Team Coin, signed by beach volleyball star Taliqua Clancy3 x pairs of Ace Optics performance sunglasses3 x Boxing Kangaroo plush toys 3 x signed copies of Laurie Lawrence’s book Stuff the Silver, We’re Going for Gold You can also follow the On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived playlist on Spotify which has songs from every Athlete they use to pump themselves up and get them ready for their gold medal performance! Click Here!

    SPECIAL FEATURE:

    At the end of every episode is a special song that was recorded by Marcia Hines and performed exclusively to the Australian Olympic team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. This song has never been heard before outside of the Olympic Village and it is with great pleasure that we share this song with you with a big thanks to Marcia herself and her manager Peter Rix! 

    Pump up the sound to RISE UP as the journey's just begun!
    Follow Nat:

    Nat Cook
    https://www.facebook.com/NatalieCookOAMOLY/
    https://www.instagram.com/natcook_official/

    Produced by m4m

    CREDITS:

    Host
    Natalie Cook

    Producers
    Rebecca Pini - m4m
    Amanda Goddard - m4m

    Sound Engineer & Audio Mastering
    Kaleb Pini -m4m

    Production Assistant
    Lauren McDonald - m4m

    • 35 min
    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Grant Hackett

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Grant Hackett

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relivedproduced by m4mSeason 2:Episode #13September 27th 2020Grant Hackett - Grant Hackett shares his journey from a young swimmer, surf lifesaver and rugby league player who idolised Keiran Perkins, to calculating a race...

    • 47 min
    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Andrew Hoy

    On My Day with Nat Cook - Sydney Relived: Andrew Hoy

    On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived
    produced by m4m

    Season 2:
    Episode #12

    September 26th 2020

    Andrew Hoy - Equestrian rider Andrew Hoy made history in 2012, when he became the first Australian to compete in seven Olympic Games. He’s now saddling up for his 8th Games next year in Tokyo! Andrew talks to Nat about his many Olympic experiences, beginning with Los Angeles in 1984, and how it felt to win gold in the team event and silver as an individual rider in Sydney.
    Celebrate and WIN!
    To celebrate the magic of #SydneyRelived, 20 years on, we have a swag of prizes up for grabs! Fill in the form and answer the daily question to go into the draw to win one of 12 prizes including:
    3 x Royal Australian Mint 2020 Australian Olympic Team Coin, signed by beach volleyball star Taliqua Clancy3 x pairs of Ace Optics performance sunglasses3 x Boxing Kangaroo plush toys 3 x signed copies of Laurie Lawrence’s book Stuff the Silver, We’re Going for Gold You can also follow the On My Day with Nat Cook: Sydney Relived playlist on Spotify which has songs from every Athlete they use to pump themselves up and get them ready for their gold medal performance! Click Here!

    SPECIAL FEATURE:

    At the end of every episode is a special song that was recorded by Marcia Hines and performed exclusively to the Australian Olympic team at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. This song has never been heard before outside of the Olympic Village and it is with great pleasure that we share this song with you with a big thanks to Marcia herself and her manager Peter Rix! 

    Pump up the sound to RISE UP as the journey's just begun!
    Follow Nat & Andrew:

    Andrew Hoy
    https://www.instagram.com/hoyeventing/
    https://www.facebook.com/Andrew-James-Eventing-121313977879491

    Nat Cook
    https://www.facebook.com/NatalieCookOAMOLY/
    https://www.instagram.com/natcook_official/

    Produced by m4m

    CREDITS:

    Host
    Natalie Cook

    Producers
    Rebecca Pini - m4m
    Amanda Goddard - m4m

    Sound Engineer & Audio Mastering
    Kaleb Pini -m4m

    Production Assistant
    Lauren McDonald - m4m

    • 38 min

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