Interviews with elite sports men and women from across the world, sports coaches, team owners, sports scientists, sports nutritionists, representatives of sports governing bodies, and sports psychologists.
The Mile | Samuel Tanner
New Zealand is a small country at the so called end of the earth. Yet the country's ability to produce world class athletes has been a phenomenon that has been ongoing for many decades.
Samuel Tanner is the latest of amazing talents that has left the black sandy shores of Aotearoa to take on the world of track stars.
This kiwi born star in the making takes the opportunity to sit down with the Global Sports Channels Tasha Danvers to retrace his steps so far, and to talk about what the future holds.
Under 10.00 with Michael Frater
Throughout his career Michael Frater was seen as the underdog, the little guy who can run very fast. Usain the legend Bolt's team mate but Michael is way more than just that guy.
He worked harder than most, coming from a rural upbringing in Jamaica and moving to the USA to train and go to school on a scholarship. It was anything but an easy road to Olympic glory with the "dream team".
In this episode we hear about much of that journey as Michael sits and chats to Tasha Danvers.
Staying You Your Lane | Donovan Bailey
Exploding 'human capacity' is one way to define Donovan Bailey, and as I found out today while interviewing this great man for the Global Sports Channel, he clearly understands that the journey to authenticity is the greatest single journey we as human beings can take. As I started my day in Australia, and he melted into his afternoon in Canada the articulate manner of his responses to my questions, some anticipated, others not, we experienced not a interviewer and host experience, we enjoyed dialogue.
Athletes Confessions | Episode 2
The second show in our Panel discussion series and in this episode we bring together English Weightlifter Jo Calvino , Australian Sprinter Jake Doran, and Australian Hurdler Jascha Coetzer.
We get to hear the views of the panel about how difficult it is to be a professional sports person. The expectations that are beset on you right from the beginning and how they mount up as you continue your journey. We hear from the panel on what they think about the Tokyo Olympics, should they go ahead.
Inside The Ring | Cameron Hammond
Cameron Hammond was born in Moree , New South Wales, Australia. He is an Aboriginal professional boxer who represented Australia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India and 2012 Summer Olympics in the middleweight division.
After both the Commonwealth and Olympic games, his goal was to turn professional. Cameron has had several pro fights and 18/1 record and is one of Australia top prospects in the Welterweight division.
The Happy Hurdler
Tonie Campbell is an American former hurdler. He is the 1988 Olympic bronze medallist in the 110m Hurdles, the 1987 World Indoor champion in the 60m hurdles, and won the 1985 World Cup title in the 110m hurdles. A three-time winner of the 110 metres hurdles at the IAAF Grand Prix Final, he also won the 1987 Overall Grand Prix title, with fellow hurdler Greg Foster second and pole vaulter Sergey Bubka third.