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The Rural Support Trust ambassador chats about mental health and Nadia's Farm, and Farmstrong's ambassador (and All Black legend) talks a bit of Fieldays, farming and footie.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
POWERFUL LESSONS IN CHANGE – BITE-SIZED. “…somewhere along the way people said don't take your real self to work..... The future for leadership is actually being way more authentic and bringing your real self to work.”In this Power Bite mini-episode of the Change Happens Podcast, host Jenelle McMaster and JK delve into a combined conversation that will have you hooked at the first question as they discuss “Open Minded to Change” and we discover what led JK from being a former All Black and 1987 Rugby World Cup winner to devoting his life to helping others with mental health.Host: Jenelle McMaster - Deputy CEO and Markets Leader at EY OceaniaGuest: Sir John Kirwan - Founder and Chair Sir John Kirwan Foundation, Co-founder Groov, All Black and 1987 Rugby World Cup winnerListen now on: Apple Podcasts or Spotify or where ever you get your favourite podcasts.
After however many episodes I have done so far, it's clear that every single rugby career is full of up and downs. In Colin Slade's case, the highs were some of the biggest highs you can get in the game, kicking match winning conversions for the All Black and winning plenty of titles, including 2 RWCs. However when I think of players who had an unfair amount of injuries, Colin Slade would be right up there. Double digits surgeries, double digit concussions and even when he needed his body the most during the 2011 RWC he went down with a groin injury. Sladey has also experienced rugby all around the world and I felt like he summed up the differences between the different countries perfectly. He also shares plenty of good stories from along the way and some great advice mixed into this one too. As always if you enjoy this episode please give it a share. If you're interested in more information about O-Studio from the legend Tim Bateman then click here O-Studio Finally if you enjoy your racing go and give champion trainer Regan Todd at Todds Racing a follow! Or DM me if you're keen to get in on What a Lad (the horse).
The Men's Football World Cup is underway in Qatar under clouds of controversy. so will politics continue to dominate the news, or will football take over? Joe also reviews the All Black's final test of 2022. was it symbolic of their year in general? And it's been a massive few days for Kiwi golfers with Lydia Koh continuing to shine.
There couldn't have been a more fitting way for the All Blacks to end their 2022 rugby season. Leading by 19 points with nine minutes left, the All Blacks bottled a sure win against England at Twickenham, leaving London with a 25-all draw. This after a blistering first half performance which rival coach Eddie Jones hailed as the best he'd seen an All Black side play. Telegraph rugby writer Ben Coles spoke to Kim Hill.
Nashy caught up with Sir John Kirwan on the morning of the Scotland vs All Blacks match. It was so kind of JK to make time for a chat on what was a busy day. From his time as an All Black to his battles with mental health JK and Nashy flow through an engaging conversation.While in Edinburgh JK spent time with the wonderful Doodie Aid community and the Bill McLaren Foundation as he paid tribute to the efforts of both charities.A top bloke with a passion to help as many people as possible live a healthy and happy life!This Podcast is brought to you by ACE Property - Management and Sales - Edinburgh.Contact Nashy for Podcast Sponsorship opportunities and get you brand / business in the ears of thousands of listeners.Follow Nashy...Insta - @the_getafterit_familyInsta - @getafterit_nashyYouTube - GET AFTER IT with NashyTwitter - @GetAfterItNashyFacebook - GET AFTER IT with NashyFacebook - Dads and Dudes - Private group
Monday morning's All Blacks vs Scotland test match is only a few hours away, what can we expect? David Havili, New Zealand rugby union player, Ian Foster, All Blacks coach, and Elliott Smith, Newstalk ZB rugby commentator had a group discussion about what may happen during this match, as well as the All Black's chances of scoring a win. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zac Guildford has had a well documented battle with mental health and addiction issues over the years. He managed to achieve his ultimate dream of making the All Blacks at just 20 years of age. After years of trouble and self discovery he is now in ta space to share his experiences. Zac Guildford was Simon Barnett & James Daniels' special guest for this week's Six And A Song. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 5 I sit down with proud Tongan, Charles Piutau. The former All Black that is now plying his trade in the UK with the Bristol Bears. We discuss his upbringing, being apart of what many say is the greatest U20 team of all-time to now having the opportunity to be able to represent his beloved homeland of Tonga and what that means to him. An insightful talanoa with one of the most talented rugby players in the game today.
Jesse Tuke won Celebrity Treasure Island and $100,000 for his favourite charity, Live Ocean. Inga the winger was signed up to be on the show. The former All Black superstar made it as far as the pre-filming stage where Jesse and the other cast members got to rub shoulders with him for around a week before he fell ill and returned home. Inga passed away shortly after that. Making Jesse and the other Celebrity Treasure Island cast some of the last people to see him alive. In this bite size clip, taken from my full conversation with Jesse, he talks about that experience and the impact Inga had on him and the others. If you like this, feel free to listen to the full episode. Dom
Jared, Shaun and Thala do a match-by-match review Week 1 (or is it 2?) of the Autumn Nations Series and the Rugby World Cup semifinals. We discuss about France's last minute victory thanks to the Damian Penaud try, discuss whether the Australian performance could be a turning point, compare Charles Ollivon and Nic White's moustache's and tell you why Nick Mallet has Thomas Ramos wrong. At the Millennium Stadium, New Zealand thrash Wales, but we don't refuse the opportunity to slander Codie Taylor and Caleb Clarke as we discuss whether these All Black wins are a false dawn. We celebrate the Pumas victory in Twickenham over England and discuss if they are getting the respect they deserve and have another conversation about what is this England team missing. We talk about the shock of Italy's thrashing of Samoa and Scotland scraping through against Fiji. Finally, we celebrate two epic semifinals at the Rugby World Cup as the Red Roses and the Black Ferns ensure the dream final takes place - it will certainly be the match of the year. We salute the best amateur rugby team in the world, Canada and how they competed against England and commiserate with France on their narrow loss to New Zealand.
This episode Louise Redpath, (Sports Scientists for Marr Rugby Club), explains all things data related including GPS tracking and video analysis as well as giving an insight to what other technologies are making their way into the modern game. Louise also explains the opportunities and challenges that lie within the amatuer game for data analysis and gives comparisons to that in the professional game. With the abundance of data that can be obtained through GPS tracking Louise explains the importance of applying context to the results, for example, pitch conditions, weather conditions, style of play etc.We then move onto discuss the weekends round of Autumn international games and look at Scotland's performance against Fiji and what would need to be done to minimise the All Black threat this saturday. Will Finn Russell start, is the centre combination the one Townsend is looking for, will Price start, has Dempsey done enough for a starting place. Louise also shares some great personal insight on Cameron Redpath.We then look across all the other games, where Ireland and France take centre stage. The big question is, who is the best centre in the northern hemisphere. One camp suggests Fickou whilst other suggest Ringrose. And finally we look forward to what should be a fascinating match between england and New Zealand in the Women's World Cup Final.
Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to review Wales' disappointing opener to the All Black. Is this Wayne Pivac's fault or do the problems run deeper than that? Elsewhere, are Ireland contenders for RWC 2023 or can anyone stop France? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our first ever dual code international has jumped on What a Lad in the form of one of the greats Matt Duffie! Matt who started off as a teenager with the Melbourne Storm playing with the big 4 Greg Inglis, Cam Smith, Cooper Cronk and Billy Slater! He then had the chance to represent the Kiwis before being hammered by injuries which eventually saw him switch codes. After a rough start in Super Rugby with the Blues and spending a lot of the season playing club. He worked hard, he learnt the game, he found his form, and went on to be one of the best outside backs in the country, which saw him named as an All Black. The Matt Duffie story like so many guys careers, is full of highs and lows but something he wouldn't change at all, shaping him into the lad he is today! Such a good episode this one and heaps of great insights and tips into becoming a professional rugby player or athlete. If you enjoy this episode please give it a share! If you're interested in more information about O-Studio from the legend Tim Bateman then click here O-Studio If you enjoy your racing go and give champion trainer Regan Todd at Todds Racing a follow! Or DM me if you're keen to get in on What a Lad (the horse). Finally if you're keen to get your hands on some Pure Sport products, then click this link here Pure Sport and use the discount code whatalad20 for 20% off
Piney catches up with former Welsh and All Black test player Shane Howarth to give his thoughts on the upcoming test between the All Blacks and Wales. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're staying in Florida to visit with Tara Gibson who is a Coach and also the Founder and CEO of ALL BLACK, a consulting, coaching, and community engagement company. Tara shares her story along with some BEST PRACTICES for ADs and Coaches on The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
Hika Elliot is a family man, a former All Black and an inspiring human given the battles he's faced throughout life. From Hastings, New Zealand born into a large family in a disadvantaged area in New Zealand Hika grew up in a world where gangs, drugs and fighting every day was a way of life. It was all he knew for nearly 20 years. Hika shares his story with me, how rugby helped save his life, and how he found strength in asking for help at a time when he was dealing with the loss of a great friend, he was battling demons in his head while trying to hang onto a world of professional rugby. Hika's story is an inspirational one. He is a human I'm lucky to know and thankful he's shared a story of heart ache, of fear, of hope and ultimately of peace. Hika's reason for existing is the love he receives and gives to his wonderful young family and his joy of playing a sport that gives him the ability to provide the opportunities to his kids, which he never had. A true warrior of life, Hika is proof that even when you feel you've been dealt the toughest hand in life, there's always a way through the darkness, don't be afraid to ask for help. Season 4 is a new journey for me as I am proud to include Pro Coffee who have agreed to sponsor this season. Pro Coffee is unreal. You get your fix of coffee without compromising the taste and then your hit of protein which our bodies need to recover. Packed in the product are also vitamins D and the B complex along with L-Theanine which is proven to aid concentration when combined with caffeine. The team at Pro Coffee are on board and I'm excited to have them. Head to https://procoffeedrinks.com and place your order today. For 10% off use the promo code WMYTPRO10
There's transfer rumours galore on the show this week... are Toulon taking Elton Jantjies, is Dan Biggar off to Brive, who's the latest All Black heading to Toulouse, could Joe Marchant quit Quins for Stade Francais and what on earth has been going on behind the scenes with the Parisians this week?Plus, we chat to Josh Brennan after his run of starts for Toulouse at the beginning of the season about keeping some giants out of the side, gunning for France selection, whether Ireland might come calling, the possibility of facing his brother this weekend and much more. All that and we pick our MEATER Moment of the Week...Use the code FRENCHPOD20 at checkout for 20% off any full price item at Meater.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's Rugby Daily, Richie McCormack brings you the latest injury news from Leinster and Ulster. Leo Cullen gives us the skinny on Leinster's new signing, Tadgh McElroy. Alan Quinlan on his worries regarding Munster's start to the season. Plus the former Blackrock boy who's now bleeding All Black...
In this episode, we managed to do what rugby teams worldwide have been failing to do for years — pin down Beauden Barrett. We caught the All Black and Tudor ambassador between matches and chatted about the life and pressures of being one of the best rugby players in the world in one of the most legendary teams of all time. Naturally, we also talked about Tudor, its legacy, and how to travel with a watch. Before that, Andy and Felix contemplate the death of Watchville and look back at the important role it played in the ever-evolving watch internet, as well as ponder what might come next. Looking for sleek blue straps? Find them at Artem — here. https://www.otpodcast.com.au/show-notes Need somewhere fun to talk watches? Join our Discord. Show Notes: Cole Pennington checks out wrists at the 2022 Goodwood Revival Gaming: The Next Big Thing in Watches The Tudor Pelagos 39mm Tudor and the All Blacks Beauden Barrett on Instagram How to follow us: Instagram: @ot.podcast Facebook: @OTPODCASTAU Follow hosts: @fkscholz + @andygreenlive on Instagram. Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe.
In this bite sized clip, taken from the full conversation with Sir John Kirwan, he explains the running training he did that lead him to score a length of the field try against Italy in the 1987 Rugby World Cup. One of the greatest All Black tries of all time. You can watch that incredible try right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzb55_PVvRw If you enjoy this story, you should check out the entire conversation with JK. It includes a few old war stories like this. But it is chock full of tips we cann all implement to improve our mental health. Dom
The boys are joined by Felix Trammell to preview the Commanders vs Dallas with keys to victory, Wentz prediction, and what to do at Center? Then they're joined by Andy Burrows to answer fan questions and predictions for the ALL BLACK matchup vs Dallas. Support the show
Local elections are in full force, with just over a week before voting closes. All sorts of people are vying for a seat on Auckland's council table - including a former All Black. Local Democracy Reporter Steve Forbes spoke to Guyon Espiner. [picture id="4LLDIZ9_postal_vote_jpeg" crop="16x10" layout="full"]
Zac Guildford, the former All Black who was previously found guilty of stealing $41000 from his grandfather 6 months ago in order to fund his gambling addiction, is turning his life around. He's in the process of serving his sentence- 9 months on home detention. He's been clean from drugs, alcohol, and gambling for a few months. Next year, following the conclusion of his sentence, he's set to be coaching and playing for the Woodend Rugby Club. Zac Guildford views this as a positive development, and he's here today to discuss these positive changes. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Couples massage mid bender Getting shot in the dick New ways to describe how drunk you were A former All Black who ate champagne glasses Turns out a chainsaw is an instrument Big announcement in regards to tech producer Caleb's playlist - 'Feeding the chooks with a treat in your eye' Short Balls from the Snipers Nightmare Facebook Group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sir John Kirwan is an All Black legend. But its what he has done since retiring from sport that has made him an all-round legend. 15 years ago JK reluctantly spoke publically about his depression and mental health struggles (we discuss his reluctance in this chat- I won't tell you who pushed him into doing it!) I'm absolutely fizzing about sharing this one- just in time for Mental Health awareness week in New Zealand- Sir John Kirwan. Mental health has never had more chat that what it currently gets. This guy was the trailblazer. NOBODY really talked about this stuff publically before Sir John. There are so many tips, tricks and tools from JK in this conversation that we can all use to improve our mental health. We also reminisce a little bit about his time as a butcher, an All Black and a DB Bitter Warrior. If this episode triggers anything, PLEASE chat to someone you trust. Or text 1737 anytime (NZ). You'll get to chat to a trained counsellor. Dom
I'm absolutely fizzing about sharing this one- just in time for Mental Health awareness week in New Zealand- Sir John Kirwan. Mental health has never had more chat that what it currently gets. This guy was the trailblazer. 15 years ago JK reluctantly agreed to front a campaign talking about her personal and terrifying battle with depression and anxiety (his mum pushed him into doing it). There are so many tips, tricks and tools from JK in this conversation that we can all use to improve our mental health. Oh, we also reminisce a little bit about his time as a butcher, an All Black and a DB Bitter Warrior. In this teaser clip from Monday's episode, John recalls one of his darkest moments. If this clip triggers anything, PLEASE chat to someone you trust. Or text 1737 anytime (NZ). You'll get to chat to a trained counsellor.
Today on the show - Mulls has another Around the World involving the rapper 50 Cent, a penis enlargement clinic in Florida. After 20+ years at The Rock, Bryce was completely blanked outside work the other day by a co-worker. And veteran All Black hooker Dane Coles joins us on the phone ahead of the Rugby Championship decider this Saturday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on the show - is Roger Federer the GOAT, All Whites invisible marketing, RTS an All Black? Nick's small town hero, the voice of Stan Sport Rugby Sean Maloney and Question time! 3:30 min - Hot knives 17:20 min - Sean Maloney 34:30 min - Nick's chat 42:30 min - Q Time See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Top stories this morning... The US Secretary of State has strongly condemned Russia's mobilization of extra troops to fight in Ukraine, at a UN Security Council Meeting Thousands of Russians are fleeing their country following that mobilisation announcement A strong 5-point-8 earthquake near the Marlbrough's French Pass was felt across the country last night, we'll speak to GNS. We hear from the parents of Rory Nairn, who died from myocarditis caused by the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. And we look ahead to the All Black's test match against Australuia at Eden park.
Today on the show - Ryan has found another world record he wants to beat, this time it's the record for the most water balloons popped under his armpit in 1 minute. It also happens to be wife appreciation day and the Rumble got their partners to record a nice message about how much they appreciate them. And we have All Black legend Eroni Clarke on the phone talking about his surprise reveal in The Masked Singer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last week I shared an insight from Jonny Wilkinson, so it only fair I share an insight from the other candidate for greatest fly half of all time. At the age of 28, Dan Carter, was in his prime. He got injured in the training camp prior to the 2011 world cup which was based in his home country of New Zealand. Remembering the goal he set himself, instead of wallowing in self-pity, he focused on doing what an All Black great would do... which was to be a great team mate. This is a reminder that in this present moment, we can benefit from the wisdom, guidance and accountability of our future selves. Take a moment and focus on who you are becoming and then ask yourself, what would they do in your current situation?
It's Ramere - Friday September the 16th Anei nga kaupapa mo tenei haora.. Top stories this morning... Details of The Queen's State funeral have been released - it will be held at Westminister Abbey with 2 thousand dignitories and world leaders in attendance before she is taken through the streets of West London to Windsor Castle where she will be laid to rest with her late husband. The Prime Minister has arrived in London and is to meet with the King, the Prince of Wales and British Prime Minister Liz Truss over the weekend. We have the latest on the arrest of the woman accused of murdering her two children and leaving their bodies in suitcases in a storage unit in South Auckland. ..and it was a contentious call, but the All Black's secured a win over the Wallabies last night.
We will eventually get to the old republic debate. Australia has already started their debate; I note the Prime Minister there has said there will be no vote this term, which I think is wise. Firstly, because we have enough on our plate at the moment without putting things to the vote. Perhaps we could get past Covid, the cost-of-living crisis, and the war? And a republic debate is one for the generations. And whether it's decided next year or in ten years, really in the grand scheme of things, doesn't matter. But as it stands, my guess is we wouldn't vote for one. Mainly, because what we have works. You can't possibly argue the new King isn't a known quantity and you can't possibly argue the ascension to power hasn't been seamless. And I doubt you can argue that the new King will be radically different from the previous monarch. You change a system for a couple of reasons. One, the current system doesn't work. Or two, the new system is overtly and obviously better. Is voting or appointing a president every five years or so overtly better than an institution that goes back 1000 years or more? Who are these presidents we would so willingly appoint or vote for? The new King will have his work cut out in certain parts of the world, notably the Caribbean seem keen to move on. The realm is basically held together by us, Australia, Canada, and Great Britain. For a small island nation there is something solid and reassuring about being part of a system so old and established. Especially given changing that is new, untried, and fuelled by a tiny population. Yes, it's odd that birth lines you up for a job. But having a president of great standing is a crapshoot. The line often used about being aspirational, independent, about wanting to forge our own path as a republic cutting ties with the mother country is polytech marketing puff. We can't even get a decent All Black coach, apparently. What are we going to do when the president turns out to be a tool? For the next 20 to 25 years, you've got Charles, then for another 30 or so you have William. Neither scare the horses, both are committed, both offer a consistency, pedigree, and reliability that serves us all well. The status quo is fine.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
George Bower joins us - he talks about dealing with the pressure, the emotion of becoming an All Black, and whether or not Jono and Ben have a chance to get on the team.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David has had an interesting life and in this conversation we hear about his origins in Christchurch, growing up as the son of an All Black and the impact that had, his studies, first job in the agriculture sector, then in retail in the UK and then in health in New Zealand. This is a deep dive into his life story and background. If you enjoy our conversation then remember this is episode 321 so check out some of the other life stories at www.theseeds.nz David Meates site: David Meates for Christchurch Mayor Vision - Leadership - Experience www.theseeds.nz
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With the All Blacks breaking their losing streak and winning against the Springboks in Johannesburg, what is the future of beleagured All Black coach Ian Foster?. NZ Rugby boss Mark Robinson held an unusual media conference yesterday saying Ian Foster's coaching future would be announced later this week and he repeatedly apologised to journalists for not divulging any information. Sports Commentator, Sam Ackerman with his take on what's going on.
Tyler and Konnery wield All Black the Necro Sword, as they talk about the truly fun and emotional ride that is "Thor: Love and Thunder"! Together the duo discuss the motivations of Gorr the God Butcher, the large amount of heart baked into the film, and decide to start "The Good Cult". All this and so much more on this god stuffed episode of The Friendchise! What's New? Tyler Mad God (Shudder) My Lottery Dream Home (Discovery +) Konnery The Rehearsal (Hbo Max) Nope (In theaters now!) Tyler & Konnery: The Quarry (PS4) HBOMax Disintegration Discussion