TSE LIVE! Episode 4

Please browse through the show notes to reference something you heard during TSE Live: Episode 4.  Alternatively you are welcome to scroll through the notes to find a topic that is of particular interest to you and skip right to that part.  It’s all good though!  Promise.

00’20” Peter opens the show

1’29” Peter discusses the Springboks‘ perennial defeats in Australasia  in the Rugby Championship.

Allister Coetzee

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1’58″ You can hear Bok boss Allister Coetzee talk about New Zealand as being the ultimate test in rugby but he points out the most important thing is that South Africa continues to improve.

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Photo credit: Nick Lourens

2’33″ Peter promotes his Super Blog where he discusses an expanded, biennial Rugby Championship featuring the Pacific Island sides as well.

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3’38″ Peter introduces Danie Cornelius, the head of the athletics programme at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria.  The HPC sent 13 athletes to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.

Akani Simbine

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6’18” Cornelius says Akani Simbine is a machine and predicts problems for his 100 metre sprint rivals at Tokyo 2020.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL. 12 AUGUST 2016. Luvo Mayonga   during the  long jump heats in the Olympic Stadium at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games tonight.  Copyright picture by WESSEL OOSTHUIZEN / SASPA

Photo credit: WESSEL OOSTHUIZEN / SASPA

8’42” Cornelius says he knew from the first time he met Luvo Manyonga, that the long jumper was destined for greater things. Danie calls Luvo a “race horse”!  Listen out for when Cornelius predicts Manyonga will break Khotso Mokoena’s SA record.

12’15” Danie’s son coaches Luvo Manyonga. Hear a proud dad discuss his offspring’s achievements.

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15’32” The general feeling is that the HPC’s athletes are prospering in spite of Athletics South Africa. Cornelius discusses the university’s approach in light of the federation’s lack of action.  You’ll also hear him talk about South Africa’s new generation of sprinters running the 100 metres race in under 10 seconds.

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20’53” Peter gives an update on his preparation for the FNB Joburg 10km CITYRUN.  He suffers a setback with a back injury over the weekend!

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