BrandStudio24 | Impossible is nothing podcast series

MEDIA24  |  Podcast , ±22 min episodes every 1 hour  | 
Welcome to the impossible is nothing Podcast brought to you by Sport24 in partnership with adidas. Host Neil Grieg chats to two dynamic sports personalities in this two part series about their athletic journey and what keeps them motivated.

“Impossible is Nothing” campaign from adidas encourages the world with possibilities where others only see the impossible. adidas believes that through sports we have the power to change lives, by striving to expand the limits of human possibilities to include and unite all people in sports and to create a more sustainable world.

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27
MAY
2021

Impossible is nothing - Zinhle Ndawonde

Zinhle Ndawonde is both a Springbok fifteens and Sevens rugby player and a firefighter. Hailing from Inanda in the coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, Ndawonde decided early on that her circumstances would not determine her future. The hard running centre’s drive to succeed and her determination has taken her to the international women’s rugby stage and seen her names as Springbok Women’s sixth ‘Unstoppable’ and an adidas ambassador.
27
MAY
2021

Impossible is nothing - Anruné Weyers

Despite being singled out and bullied during her primary school years for being ‘different’, Anruné Weyers is now a two-time Paralympian and World Champion. After she took to running, Anruné became the girl with one arm who ran faster than everyone else and she now teaches at a school for differently-abled children. This is her story...

2 episodes