Bronte Campbell is one of the stars of the pool, and this week she joins Shane and Nat to discuss her preparations for Tokyo. Campbell discusses her rivalry with sister, Cate and opens up about supporting her sister after “possibly the greatest choke in Olympic history.” The Olympic gold medallist also questions the time in limbo for team mate Shayna Jack, who is still yet to learn her fate from ASADA. And, should Mack Horton’s protest against Sun Yang be permitted at an event like the Olympics? Campbell gives her view.
Stewart McSweyn and Kurtis Marschall have locked in their places on the Australian Olympic Team, so where to from here for two up and coming champions of Athletics. And, is coronavirus a legitimate concern ahead of Tokyo 2020.
Plus, redemption for Liz Cambage, and an insight to the Games Opening Ceremony.
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SEPTEMBER EDITION: Keeping up the momentum in Japan for 2021 | Protests or no protests- athletes weigh in | Kelsey Lee Barber's javelin journey to Tokyo | A year to go to Paralympics
AUGUST EDITION: Working around Covid-19 plan for Tokyo 2021; Australian Chef de Mission Ian Chesterman