Coaching and Officiating - Brad Donald
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
This week, we hear from Jillaroos Head Coach, Brad Donald. Brad takes us through the development of Women’s Rugby League teams and the important role female coaching staff have to play in the game and its development. We also take a look at the diversity of women’s playing skills in sport, often developing from playing exposure across multiple sports at a community level.  For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of this episode is available at http ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Amy Perrett
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
On this week's Coaching and Officiating Podcast, we interview professional Rugby Union Referee Amy Perrett, who made history by becoming the first female to referee a Super Rugby game. Amy takes us through how she manages the pressure of being a professional Referee and her process of making decisions during games, reviewing games post-match and how she learns from her mistakes.  For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_a ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Lauren Burns
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Sydney 2000 Olympic Taekwondo gold medallist and researcher, Lauren Burns OAM, talks of the dynamic interplay between psychology, performance, relationships and lifestyle when it comes to coaching and knowing when to challenge and stretch elite athletes so they can rise to the challenge of an Olympic Games or winning a gold medal. In this episode Lauren talks of the importance of supportive and respectful environments and how she worked with her coach who pushed her and challenged her physically and mentally in ways she never thought she could grow, and how significant their mutual respect and ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Shane Pill
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
In this week's coaching and officiating podcast, we chat with Shane Pill, an associate professor in Physical Education and Sport from Flinders University. Shane discusses his experience in working as a coach and numerous research projects he has been involved with.  A transcript of the episode is available here: https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series#shane_pill   ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Rochelle Eime
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Behavioural Epidemiologist Professor Rochelle Eime joins the Coaching and Officiating podcast series in this episode to talk about the importance of fun and inclusive sporting environments for participants and volunteers, regardless of age, gender or skill. She has over 15 years of research experience specifically relating to the sport and recreation sectors relating to both public health and sport management. For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coa ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Brad McGee
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Brad McGee OAM is an Australian former professional racing cyclist. He started competitive cycling at the age of ten, joined the NSWIS squad by age 14 and further developed under the AIS track cycling program between 1994 and 1999 before competing as a professional for 11 years, including at four Olympics. A transcript of the episode is available here: Coaching and Officiating podcast series | Sport Australia   ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Jamie Pittman
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Jamie Pittman, is a former Australian Indigenous boxer in the middleweight division. He represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games and was the boxing captain at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games. Jamie finished his amateur career with a record of 187 fights 150 wins 37 losses, before turning himself into pro by the following year. Jamie then turned his passion to coaching, and has been in a National development role for 7 years and is currently the National Futures Coach / Performance pathway lead for Boxing Australia.   CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains references to issues that so ..read more
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Coaching and officiating - Claire Polosak
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Australian Cricket Umpire Claire Polosak, who became the first female in the world to be part of the officiating team for a male Test, joins the Sport Australia Coaching and Officiating Podcast series. In this Podcast, Claire talks of the importance of not aiming for 100% perfection when officiating but rather focusing on the processes you go through to help you reach your decisions. She also talks of the importance of enjoyment of the game at a Community level.  For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of t ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Kate Jacewicz
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
In this week’s episode we chat with premier Australian Football referee Kate Jacewicz. Kate began refereeing at the age of 13 after her brothers’ team needed one. Since making her way into officiating Kate has refereed at the highest levels including Australia’s W-League, A-League, the FIFA world cup and Olympics. Kate talks of her love of the game as a player, coach and referee and how important clear communication is between officials and players.   For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of this episode ..read more
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Coaching and Officiating - Benny Sutton
Sport Australia Podcast
by Sport Australia
1y ago
Benny Sutton, a Football coach and former Pararoos player who played at the 2019 World Cup in Spain joins this week’s podcast. Benny heads up the Paraoos development centre which provides football development training to children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injuries. Ben has a passion for change and equality, entering into coaching to create opportunities for other children with Cerebral Palsy to play football. For more information on this series, head to https://www.sportaus.gov.au/coaches_and_officials/podcast-series A transcript of this episode is available at: https ..read more
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