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Hooked on Sport
5 minutes | 6 months ago
Return to Sport Update 23 Nov
Leah Cassidy CEO Sport SA provides an update on the return to professional, elite and community sport.
13 minutes | 6 months ago
COVID UPDATE | 17 November
Sport SA CEO Leah Cassidy speaks with Ben Hook about the latest government directives and what they mean for our sporting community.
27 minutes | 8 months ago
Developing girls and women's footy skills
Physiotherapist and elite athlete Daniel Lee discusses why girls and women playing Aussie Rules benefit from training programs that are specifically designed for them.Daniel talks about his focus on women's sport and how he came to create Level Up: Women's AFL. Daniel discusses skills training, strength and conditioning, recovery, injury prevention and his research into concussion.
70 minutes | 8 months ago
Sport SA Industry Forum - COVID Update
Join the 130 representatives from 70 sports who attended the Sport SA Industry Forum at Priceline Stadium today to hear from Prof Nicola Spurrier, Dr Chris Lease, Dr Janet Young, John Mannion and Katrina Ranford.(00:30) Ben Hook (01:35) Michael Wright, President Sport SA (05:00) Ben Hook (06:00) Katrina Ranford, Inclusive Sport SA (10:40) Panel Introduction, (12:11) Panel Q&A. Resources: https://inclusivesportsa.com.au/sport/return-to-sport/ STREAM: https://www.flinders.edu.au/institute-mental-health-wellbeing/stream
71 minutes | 8 months ago
Professor Nicola Spurrier leads a discussion on COVID and our Return to Sport
Sport SA hosted SA sporting CEOs and Presidents to hear from Professor Nicola Spurrier, Dr Chris Lease, Dr Janet Young and Katrina Ranford on COVID and our Return to Sport.(1:30) MICHAEL WRIGHT, President, Sport SA(3:30) PROFESSOR NICOLA SPURRIER, Chief Public Health Officer, SA Health(18:40) Panel Discussion / Q&A. DR CHRIS LEASE, Executive Director Health Protection and Licensing Services, Deputy Chief Public Health Officer, SA Health. DR JANET YOUNG, General Practitioner, Council Member, SA Sports Medicine Association. KATRINA RANFORD, General Manager - Active Inclusion, Inclusive Sport SA.
22 minutes | 9 months ago
From Zagreb to Norwood
Hear how Ana Barisic filled in for a team photo shoot, attended one practice session and was hooked on Aussie Rules. Ana has played footy for the ZKAN Zagreb Panthers, Croatia in the AFL European Cup and this season for Norwood in the SANFL's Statewide Super Women's League.
19 minutes | 9 months ago
COVID Marshals required from 21 August
COVID Marshals are required at sporting events commencing 21 August 2020. Sport SA CEO, Leah Cassidy takes us through why a COVID Marshal is required and their role within sporting clubs.
12 minutes | 9 months ago
BREAKTHROUGH Community Round
Sporting clubs across South Australia will be tackling mental health head on this season as part of the Breakthrough Community Round.Clubs across all sporting codes will be donning purple and blue armbands on August 15 to raise awareness and much needed funds for mental health research. John Mannion and Jade Spicer from Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation let us know what's happening this weekend and how you can support this fundraising initiative.
26 minutes | 9 months ago
From Tournament Golf to Chicken Piccata
Another bizarre chapter in the recipe book of pro sport 2020. Steph Na has been in the US since March and talks us through how the impact of COVID played out for professional golf. From playing, to partying at The Players Championship, to the Symetra Tour being shut down, and her time away from golf. Discovering her go to dish - Chicken Piccata, and now, her excitement of getting back to tournament golf.
9 minutes | 9 months ago
COVID-19 UPDATE for sporting clubs
Sport SA CEO, Leah Cassidy outlines what's changed for sporting clubs - new government directions released 5 August 2020.
20 minutes | 9 months ago
TENNIS | Debbie Sterrey, Tennis SA
Debbie Sterrey, CE0 Tennis SA updates us on tennis in SA and discusses how her team are working with clubs across the state to get them back to tennis. The reborn Adelaide International is also a focus as they work to get the best players in the world to Adelaide in 2021.
18 minutes | 9 months ago
IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COMMUNITY SPORT Report | Patrick Walker, Australian Sports Foundation
The IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COMMUNITY SPORT report collected data from over 4000 clubs, over 100 different sports from every state and territory. It highlighted that if financial help is not forthcoming, 1 in 4 of these community sporting clubs will face insolvency. Patrick Walker CEO Australian Sports Foundation emphasises the huge role that sporting clubs play in our community life. 'They are so important for physical and mental health that it would be a social crisis if we lose anything like that number of clubs. And we can't allow it to happen.'Patrick explains how the report is being used to source funding for clubs in need. Clubs can connect with Australian Sports Foundation.((14:50)) 'Any local sports club that is in need of support/funding can get in touch with Australian Sports Foundation https://covid.sportsfoundation.org.au Register to access fundraising tools, support and assistance in the immediate term to help with short term funding needs. The report is being used to raise funds for clubs in need. By connecting with the Australian Sports Foundation you are on our radar and once we raise funds we will be able to distribute to clubs in need and that are connected with us.
1 minutes | 9 months ago
'Club sport is in crisis'
Patrick Walker, CEO Australian Sports Foundation introduces the IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COMMUNITY SPORT Survey.The full interview with be available over the weekend.Access the Australian Sports Foundation report here: https://covid.sportsfoundation.org.au/
25 minutes | 10 months ago
NETBALL | Bronwyn Klei
The Netball SA Premier League is back! Netball SA CEO Bronwyn Klei previews the Premier League and encourages us all to adopt a team this season. Bronwyn explains what is happening with the local leagues and the excitement as the Adelaide Thunderbirds prepare for their season start in early August.
21 minutes | 10 months ago
SPECIAL OLYMPICS | Corene Strauss
'Stopping was tough, starting again was even harder.' Special Olympics Australia CEO, Corene Strauss shares her heartbreak in having to tell her community to cease all sport back in March. Returning to sport in June created its own set of challenges. Her team developed guidelines for their 14 sports taking on board each state and territories different approach to returning to sport. Corene gives us an insight into the significance of sport to their 7000 participants who each live with an intellectual disability.
25 minutes | 10 months ago
SHOOTING | Luke van Kempen
Ben Hook catches up with Shooting Australia CEO Luke van Kempen to discuss COVID, pathway development, athlete well-being, Para-shooting, shooting for the visually impaired, women in shooting and Olympic selections.
24 minutes | 10 months ago
Elite Sport | Eddie Denis
Eddie Denis is a High Performance Lead at South Australian Sports Institute (SASI). Eddie joins Ben to discuss how their elite athletes have managed through the shutdown and the online competitions they have been involved in. Eddie shares his thoughts on what international sport may look like in the future, and since returning to SASI, what sports program has made an impression.
11 minutes | 10 months ago
Return to Sport | 2 July
Leah Cassidy CEO Sport SA provides an update as we enter Step 3 in the Return to Sport.
24 minutes | 10 months ago
National Sporting Clubs Survey | Patrick Walker, Australian Sports Foundation
A recent survey by the Australian Sports Foundation highlighted the risk to our sporting clubs, with 20% thinking they will go under within 3 months, without financial support. CEO, Patrick Walker outlines their role in assisting clubs, practical tips to engage members, kids an volunteers and how clubs can raise funds through their online fundraising platform. Sport SA CEO Leah Cassidy provides an SA perspective on the national survey.
21 minutes | 10 months ago
CYCLING | Maeve Plouffe
If you’ve ever fallen in love with something - or someone - you initially found totally unappealing, this episode is for you. Ben’s guest is Australian cyclist Maeve Plouffe, whose love of the bike took some time to develop. Maeve is now a key member of the Australian Track Team Pursuit squad and was earlier this year selected for the Tokyo Olympic Games. She peddles her remarkable rise here.
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