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SDR071: Swim.Rocks 2020 countdown
It is the last episode of the year!! Join Lach as he wraps up the year by counting down the top 5 most downloaded episodes of 2020.
SDR070: Youth Advisory Panel takeover! – part 2
Part 2 of the Swim.Rocks YAP takeover sees hosting duties thrown over to Georgia Field. Georgia chats to Kayla Bentley about how the YAP started up and what some of their highlights have been over the years. We then talk to a Swim.Rocks regular, Isaak Wilson, about how the YAP has driven youth involvement in [...]
SDR069: Youth Advisory Panel takeover! – part 1
The podcast is being taken over by Swimming New South Wales Youth Advisory Panel (YAP). Join host, Kayla Bentley, as she explains what the YAP is about and why they were established. Kayla speaks to Janice Barry, Bianca Walton and Jayden Redfern about the Lane Ropes to Leadership Camps, why they joined the YAP and [...]
SDR068: Swimming in Malaysia with Mr Wong Tong Poh
This week we travel to south-east Asia to discover what swimming is like in Malaysia. Lach talks to Mr Wong Tong Poh, the Vice President of Malaysia Swimming Teachers’ Association (MSTA). They discus participation rates in aquatic sports, what does the future of swimming look like, and some of the highlights of Malaysia s national aquatic [...]
SDR067: Australian Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame Honourees Graeme Carroll, Gary Toner and Suzy Toner
The Australian Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame recently announced 37 inaugural honourees and today we are talking to 3 of those honourees. We are talking to former guest of the show Graeme Carroll, who coached the likes of Shelley Taylor-Smith and Bronwen Whitehead, and also Gary and Suzy Toner from the great Team Toner. These [...]
SDR066: Running 80km for mental health with Michael Williams
On our third instalment of our mental health series, we turn towards the everyday person who participates in harsh events to raise money for mental health. Michael Williams is a former surf life saving athlete, and wasn t too bad in the pool either, is running 80km for mental health. Michael and Lach sit down to [...]
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Head Above Water | Gotcha for Life
An excellent interview with Wardy (Andrew Ward) discussing his own mental fitness and the Head Above Water 24hr swim, and the support of Gus & co @ Gotcha for Life.
Wardy is so inspirational, the world is better for having people like him in it.
Great interviews-keep them coming
I’ve enjoyed watching the production