Part 2 of this series sees Lach move back into the swimming world and sits down with Isaak Wilson, a young technical official from the Wollongong region of NSW and is a part of Swimming NSW’s Youth Advisory Panel. He is one of the most experienced young technical officials on deck and is a big […]
One of the biggest issues we have at swim meets is not having enough technical officials. As we get older and busier, we look to our youth to rise up and help run swim meets. In this podcast we are talking to a former swimmer and young Netball umpire, Lauren Bird, about why Netball has […]
Our athletes deal with constant pressure from themselves, coaches, parents and other athletes. All of these factors can cause an athlete to spiral into a deep state of depression and anxiety. Since 1985 The Black Dog Institute has been at the forefront of mental health research. On this episode Lach chats with NRL Legend Wayne […]
On the eve of the start of the 2020 Swim League season, it was halted by a global pandemic. Now it is back in a new modified version, with 10 Gala Days across overy corner of New South Wales. Lach sits down with Adam Beisler for an exclusive interview about the upcoming Swim League season.
Annie Crawford AM, is Founder of The Can Too Foundation. Can Too combines fitness, health and wellbeing to raise funds and awareness of cancer prevention and research. Their participants range from advanced athletes to the plain old Jane or John and one of the biggest challenges they face is getting someone to step out of […]
Australian Dolphin Tommy Fraser Holmes took some enforced time off in 2017. He talks to Lach about how he got back into the water and training. In this wide ranging interview they discuss tactics for managing physical and mental issues, motivation swings, support networks and more.