40 min

Sir Chris Hoy The Breakdown with Orla Chennaoui and Greg Rutherford

    • Sports

Greg and Orla’s latest guest on The Breakdown is track cycling royalty Sir Chris Hoy. The six-time Olympic champion dives into a range of topics on our new podcast, including the dangers of comparison, using visualisation for focus, and how revered sports psychologist Steve Peters “changed my life”.
We also discuss the importance of smiling, and the psychology behind using that as a weapon in elite sport, in a fascinating insight into high performance from one of its very best practitioners.
However, the conversation begins with a raw, emotional reflection on the tragic death of cycling journalist Richard Moore, a good friend to both Orla and Chris, whose loss is greatly felt.
The Breakdown is presented by Orla Chennaoui and Greg Rutherford
Production Manager: Maria Pilkington
Audio edit and mix: Pete Burton
Footage edit: Phil Golston and Pete Burton
Cameras: Marco Camilloni and Pete Burton
Produced by Orla Chennaoui and Pete Burton

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Greg and Orla’s latest guest on The Breakdown is track cycling royalty Sir Chris Hoy. The six-time Olympic champion dives into a range of topics on our new podcast, including the dangers of comparison, using visualisation for focus, and how revered sports psychologist Steve Peters “changed my life”.
We also discuss the importance of smiling, and the psychology behind using that as a weapon in elite sport, in a fascinating insight into high performance from one of its very best practitioners.
However, the conversation begins with a raw, emotional reflection on the tragic death of cycling journalist Richard Moore, a good friend to both Orla and Chris, whose loss is greatly felt.
The Breakdown is presented by Orla Chennaoui and Greg Rutherford
Production Manager: Maria Pilkington
Audio edit and mix: Pete Burton
Footage edit: Phil Golston and Pete Burton
Cameras: Marco Camilloni and Pete Burton
Produced by Orla Chennaoui and Pete Burton

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

40 min