Please browse through the show notes to reference something you heard during TSE Live! Episode 6. 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
1’18” Want to win yourself a Springbok rugby jersey? Easy peazy on TSE Live! In 1997 South Africa handed out a hiding to Australia at Loftus in the Tri-Nations. What was the score? Tweet your answer to @TSE_Live and you could be a winner!
2’26″ Peter talks about his efforts during the inaugural FNB Joburg 10km CITYRUN. He suffered a damaged cartilage around his knee cap a few years ago and two years ago could not run 2km without pain but thanks to a lot of hard work was able to complete this race. He also credits his wife Ntando Stemmet for her support and she even ran a personal best on the day! You can also read about it in his blog this week.
4’37” Men’s winner Namakoe Nkhasi chats to Olympic journalist and athletics specialist Manfred Seidler.
Photo credit: Deon Haak / My Picture
5’34” Women’s winner Lebogang Phalula gives her post-race thoughts to Manfred. You can follow him on Twitter here.
Photo credit: Christiaan Kotze/SASPA
7’26? National triathlon coach Lindsey Parry is this week’s guest. Parry helped Henri Schoeman achieve a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro in August.
10’20” Parry talks about what would motivate an athlete to want to be a triathlete.
13’20” Parry talks about the importance of how triathlon can grow and how South Africa has very suitable conditions for this to take place.
Peter wraps up this week’s episode. He again shares his Joburg 10km story, promotes his blog and reminds you how you can go about winning that Bok jersey! There are two to give away.