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29
SEP
2021

"Married to rugby" ft. Cornal Hendricks, Annelee Murray & Neville Heilbron

Like the people who enjoy the sport, stories about Rugby come in many shapes, sizes and perspectives. In this episode of Falling in Sport, we connect with unique stories from the world of rugby. Mzamo Moloi talks to Springbok and Blitzbok star Cornal Hendricks about losing rugby and finding it again. Annelee Murray gives a different perspective on the Springbok story. Plus, World Rugby accredited Master Trainer, Neville Heilbron, shares about the sport that has marked his life and more.

Let's fall in sport.

Email: fallinginsport@gmail.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FallingInSport

This series is produced by Audiodacious
12
NOV
2020

Clive Barker and the Bafana Bafana

Even in the midst of a pandemic, we're still falling in love one sport at a time. In episode 3 of Falling in Sport, Mzamo Moloi takes a trip down football memory lane with former Bafana Bafana and South Africa coach Clive Barker. "The Dog" tells us about winning titles, his regrets, offers a surprise apology and reflects on THAT game against Brazil. We also hear from legendary football commentator Mark Gleeson about why football has changed, for the better.

Let's fall in sport.

Email: fallinginsport@gmail.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FallingInSport

This series is produced by Audiodacious
18
SEP
2020

"We still love this game" - Basketball in South Africa

In episode 2 of Falling in Sport podcast we continue to explore what we love about sport – this time with basketball as the object of our affection. Mzamo Moloi speaks to author and journalist Cyrus Rogers about Basketball Culture in Africa and how sport helps us to create a vision. We also chat with 3-one-3 South Africa champion Siphesihle Maseko and baller Natalie Pike about what it takes to play basketball and how to choose an NBA team. All this and more, including a “conspiracy theory” on why basketball in South Africa has struggled to kick on.

Let's fall in sport.

Email: fallinginsport@gmail.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FallingInSport

This series is produced by Audiodacious
08
SEP
2020

Falling in Sport Extra: from Soweto boy to Mamelodi Sundowns fanatic

Between episodes of Falling in Sport we release content that didn't make the final edit but was too good to leave on the cutting room floor. In this first Falling in Sport Extra, coach Geoffrey Toyana explains how a Soweto boy becomes a Mamelodi Sundowns fanatic, while living in a Kaizer Chiefs & Orlando Pirates household. And how good he'd be if he had played T20 cricket.

This series is produced by Audiodacious
01
SEP
2020

“Cricket saved my life” – Geoffrey Toyana

Falling in Sport podcast is about remembering why we love sport. Deciding “what” we love about sport on the other side of a pandemic. In the first episode, Mzamo Moloi talks to acclaimed cricket coach Geoffrey Toyana about his cricket journey, how the game saved his life and addressing the "elephant in the room" in South African cricket.

Sport also helps us exercise our hope muscles. We also chat to cricketer Solo Nqweni on his recovery from the auto immune disease, Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Solo shares about lessons learnt in self-isolation, gratitude and why he has unfinished business with cricket.

Let's fall in sport.

Credits
"This game called cricket" from "Cricket (1950)" by British Council (YouTube)

Email: fallinginsport@gmail.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FallingInSport

This series is produced by Audiodacious

7 episodes