At Home with Dylan Rogers

THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT GOLF PODCAST  |  Podcast , ±21 min episodes every 2 days  | 
This podcast sees the well-known South African sports journalist interview the country's sports stars, with a focus more on the personality than the sport, their likes and dislikes, hobbies, family, favourite food, music and video, and what they get up to away from the sports field. It takes you behind the scenes and provides a snapshot into what South African sport's biggest names get up to away from the field of play, and what makes them tick.

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12
NOV

AMICA DE JAGER

South Africa's top women's lifesaver on sweeping the boards at the national championships, overcoming her fear of the ocean, juggling her training with her studies, her limited social life, her love of trance music and Formula 1, and potentially working for Google.
04
NOV

LIZELLE MULLER

The new national squash champion on eventually winning the SA title at 37, what it was like growing up in a squash-mad family, the benefits of the Covid-enforced lockdown, and juggling four kids with running a business and maintaining a successful squash career.
08
OCT

STACY BREGMAN

The South African golfer on what it's like playing tournaments in a Covid bubble, what she misses about South Africa when she's on tour, her love for biltong, playing the guitar and being an aunt, and her lack of skills in the kitchen.
22
SEP

DRICUS DU PLESSIS

South Africa's top MMA fighter on the biggest win of his career, celebrating in Las Vegas, meeting Conor McGregor, spending time on the farm, and the adrenaline sports that keep him fired up.
02
SEP

KIRSTEN LANDMAN

The first African woman to complete the Dakar Rally on what it takes to ride one of the world's toughest off-road races on a motorbike, coming out as a gay athlete after a life-threatening crash, her love for food and animal activism, and how she's preparing for her toughest challenge yet.
29
AUG

JULIAN REDELINGHUYS

The former Springbok prop on hunting, his move into coaching, how grateful he is to just be able to walk and use his arm, his love of the bush, and how he’s always the last to leave the braai!
29
AUG

JOHN SMITH

The London 2012 Olympic gold medallist on what it’ll take to win in Tokyo, the sacrifices South Africa’s top rowers need to make, training on Christmas Day, bass fishing with his Dad, and who the biggest eaters in the national squad are.
29
AUG

RASSIE PIETERSE

The oldest goalkeeper in the national men's hockey squad chats about how he got into the sport, his 20-year journey, juggling hockey with running a business, his love of 'Tiger King', how he's the fastest player over five metres, and how he needs 27 brandies to get on the dancefloor!
29
AUG

JANINE VAN WYK

The captain of Banyana Banyana on life in Glasgow, how she became a football club owner, her love for Manchester United, global women's football, coming out as a teenager, and how she's not keen to try haggis, but may give a deep-fried Mars Bar a go!
29
AUG

ALEX FULLER

South Africa’s top women’s squash player has won her third national title, and here she talks about having to head overseas to get the most out of her ability, Irish hospitality, pints of Guinness, her side hustle as a fitness trainer, the worrying lack of young squash talent coming through in SA, and how she’s just taking it year by year.
29
AUG

DILLON SMIT

The Lions scrumhalf on dealing with his dislocated shoulder, the Lions WhatsApp group, who the squad’s jokers are, humble beginnings in Bethal, having a mother as a rugby referee, his skills in the kitchen, and his interest in the media.
29
AUG

AKANI SIMBINE

South Africa’s fastest man over 100 metres on having to get his head around a re-scheduled Olympics, how he sometimes forgets to eat, finding time with girlfriend Jo Prins, running against drug-tainted Justin Gatlin, and his love for PlayStation.

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