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One day, female athletes will be recognised by their achievements, not by their gender. Until then, we'll keep sharing the stories of epic Aussie female athletes. Join Olympic Gold Medallist, Chloe Dalton, as she chats with World Champions, fellow Olympians, and athletes at the top of their game. Listen to our weekly episodes of the wrap - news and highlights about women's sports news.
 
The Rugby Bricks Podcast is about speaking with some of the brightest minds, smartest coaches and most talented athletes from all around the world. We're breaking down their habits of what's made them successful and sharing their insights, tips, and quirks from their fields to make you the best you can be whether that's on or off the pitch.
 
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This week Rana and Nicole are joined by author and former AFL footballer, Brandon Jack, to discuss his memoir, 28, a candid exploration of the pressures of pursuing a career in elite footy. Brandon talks openly about notions of success and failure, and explores the complexities of masculinity, sexuality, and addiction in professional footy, as well…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news.Taking a look around the grounds - WBBL finals are here, the Matildas are taking on team USA on home soil and Hannah Green receives a big pay day on the LPGA tour.For our key story we’ll discuss the global fears around the safety and wellbeing of Chinese tennis player, Peng Shuai.In the Budgy Smuggler i…
 
Vanessa Low knows all too well that change can happen quickly and drastically. At the age of 15 while living in Germany she fell from a train platform, lost both her legs, and spent the next 5 months in hospital fighting for her life. When she woke from her coma the future she had planned for herself had evaporated, the confident sporting teenager …
 
This week Kate is joined by the President of the Richmond Football Club, Peggy O'Neal AO, fresh from being named as Melburnian of the Year. Peggy was recognised for promoting women in leadership, and for her work to secure stable housing for women and children. She tells us about these dual passions, and looks ahead to her final year at the helm of…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Female QLD Rugby League players will now earn equal pay to the men in the State of Origin, Sport Australia Hall of Fame have announced their new inductees for 2021 and Ellia Green retires from Rugby 7s. For our key story we’ll discuss the AFL scrapping the dreaded ski…
 
This week Alicia is joined by the comedic sporty legend HG Nelson talking about his book, The Fairytale: A Real and Imagined History of Australian Sport. HG takes us through his love of all things sport and some very strange fairytale highlights. (Please note, the chat includes a swear and what we think are some howling dogs.) We mentioned: https:/…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Liz Cambage has been formally reprimanded for an incident that occurred earlier this year, Lauren Parker has successfully defended her world paratriathlon championship and multiple WBBL records were broken over the weekend. For our key story we’ll discuss the continue…
 
Getting to the top of your sport is difficult, very few will ever represent their country on the world stage. Ellyse Perry has done that in not 1, but 2 sports in her illustrious career. Ellyse was 16 when first selected to represent Australia in Cricket, the youngest ever to play Cricket for Australia male or female, 13 days later she pulled on a …
 
This week Lucy is joined by GWS Giant, Nicola Barr, to discuss the ways she and other athletes are lending their voices to the calls for climate action. We discussed: https://www.aflp4ca.org.au/ https://www.thecooldown.com.au/ You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Out…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Sam Kerr inches closer to Tim Cahill's record as top goal scorer, Ash Gentle wins the Noosa Tri and Emma McKeon continues her domination in the pool at the FINA World Cup. For our key story we’ll discuss the 100 day countdown to the Beijing 2022 winter olympics. In th…
 
Shaun Burgoyne is a legend of the game, a proud Kokatha-Warai man who is a leader on and off the field. He joined Shelley and Kate this week to reflect on his career and the themes of his new book: football, family and respect. We mentioned: https://www.harpercollins.com.au/9781460707715/silk/ You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram …
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Ash Barty maintains number 1 ranking for the 3rd year in a row, the Matildas take the win in their first friendly back on home soil, discus thrower Dani Stevens is retiring and the AFL announces their vaccination policy. For our key story we’ll discuss Netball NSW who…
 
Sabrina Frederick is a force on and off the AFLW field. She is a fierce competitor and a ruthless fighter, skills that she picked up as a kid in country WA, after moving across the world with her family from Brighton, England at just 7 years old. But she found her place on the footy field playing with the boys before joining a women's team at the t…
 
“I’m Not A Runner” is a documentary four years in the making. It follows the journey of a group of novice runners who train for and run the 2018 New York Marathon. They are motivated and lead by an incredible woman, Anna Liptak. Emma and Lucy were delighted to chat with Anna this week, about her journey and this inspiring and powerful film. You can…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - The sydney sixers kick off the WBBL with a win, golf receives a massive funding boost, the route for the women’s tour de france has been revealed, and the matildas prepare to take on Brazil on home soil. For our key story we’ll discuss the incredible community in wome…
 
This week Julia sits down with Chloe Dalton. Chloe is a multi-sport athlete, an Olympic gold medallist with Australia’s Rugby 7s team, an accomplished basketballer, and a supremely talented footballer. She is also the founder of The Female Athlete Project. We hear from Chloe about her drive, resilience and excitement about joining her new AFLW team…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - our Aussie Women’s cricket team have secured the series win, Chloe McCardel equals the english channel crossing world record and an investigation into sexual assault and grooming within the Matildas squad is underway after a statement was made by ex Matilda, Lisa De V…
 
Ariarne Titmus became a household name in the space of 3 minutes and 56 seconds. At the tokyo olympics, she beat one of the greatest swimmers of all time - Katie Ledecky, in the 400m. Just to prove it was no fluke she finished first and took Gold in the 200m Freestyle too. Her humble and balanced personality on the pool deck is in stark contrast to…
 
Chloe Dalton is one of Australia’s few triple sports athletes. She has been a part of the WNBL with the Sydney Uni Flames. Chloe then represented Australia in rugby sevens and made her debut in 2014 on the Dubai women's sevens circuit. Chloe won a gold medal as a part of the women’s sevens team at the 2016 Rio Olympics and was recognised as Austral…
 
Are inclusive organisations and lucrative brands mutually exclusive? Can a 'brand' be an agent of change for good? Is 'brand' a dirty word when it comes to inclusion? In this week's Fifth Quarter, Rana sits down with Brand Strategist, futurist and advocate, Keeva Stratton (Quip Brands) to talk about the power of sport, inclusion and getting 'brand'…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Aussie’s Liz Cambage and Alanna Smith are up against each other in the WNBA Semi finals; Cliff Diver Rhiannan Iffland has finished another season on top and American soccer is in the midst of a reckoning after two head-coaches are fired in the same week. For our key s…
 
Straight from a Premiership win, Hester Brown (Significant Others Podcast) and Ben Brown (Melbourne FC) sit down with Rana and Nicole to talk about the Grand Final, changing clubs and footy culture. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum is recorded on th…
 
An Auld Acquaintance There’s a grand old new flag on the block. We rounded up (nearly) the whole Sanctum to celebrate the Premiership and the season that was. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the …
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - the Aussie women’s cricket team have ended their ODI winning streak, six Aussies are in the WNBA finals and the Netball series against England has been canned. For our key story we’ll discuss the US women’s national soccer team and their ongoing dispute for equal pay.…
 
On the eve of the Grand Final, Emma caught up with a favourite son of the West, Bob Murphy. They discussed his imminent move to WA, footy’s changing culture, and what he wanted to be when he grew up. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum is recorded on t…
 
Like so many of us, Taliqua Clancy watched as Cathy Freeman won gold in Sydney and promised herself that one day she too would compete for Australia at an Olympic Games. Fast forward 21 years and she has been to 2 Olympics and has brought home a Silver Medal from Tokyo. She is a proud Wulli Wulli and Goreng Goreng woman from Kingaroy. Kingaroy is a…
 
One Day In September It’s Grand Final week and we’re trying to feel the feels. We talk about redemption, history and class. And we give you our premiership predictions, Sanctum style. We mentioned: https://viewer.mapme.com/3c6965be-0119-4e7b-922d-14d54416c7c3?fbclid=IwAR34VkNTsQDZQOw2c5-F4NaQK9hgwCBxi8Ex1VJYH21NhbE493qgdQ1fmf8 https://www.abc.net.a…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Daisy Pearce is recognised for her commentary expertise, the wbbl is moving to tassie, and Nicola McDermott caps off an amazing athletics season.For our key story we’ll discuss Shayna Jack’s return to the pool after a lengthy court battle over a positive drug test.Hos…
 
Shelley caught up with pioneering football coach, Peta Searle. Peta reflects on the rich history of women's football, coaching, and leaving St Kilda. And while she is moving on, it's clear that she still has some unfinished business. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com …
 
A Grand Final is a fairytale but are we on the same page? We relive the Preliminary Finals, look forward to the Brownlow, and discuss footy as a double edged-sword. We mentioned: https://meanjin.com.au/blog/my-heart-beats-true/ https://play.acast.com/s/sentimentalgarbage/introducing-sentimentalinthecity-withdollyalderton You can follow The Outer Sa…
 
Firstly, we can't wait to launch our first NFT on Friday the 17th of September 2021 and we wouldn’t have been able to get this across the line without the ongoing support of our community and the interest in the project so the thanks goes out to the Rugby Bricks community. This episode of the Rugby Bricks podcast is a bit different. The podcast str…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - we had the first ever all-teenager women's grand slam final, Lauren Jackson is inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame and a new campaign to legislate equal pay for women’s sport in NSW has launched. For our key story we’ll discuss the new collective bargaining agreem…
 
This week, Kate and Nicole catch up with Kurt Fearnley. An extraordinary athlete, now retired from sport, he’s a champion for disability rights. They discuss the global Paralympic family’s unique bond, the international mission to save 50 Afghan athletes and their families, the importance of community for people living with disabilities, and the su…
 
Gretel Bueta (formerly Gretel Tippett) is an incredible athlete. Since making her WNBL debut in 2010 at the age of 17 she has packed in plenty of highlights. WNBL seasons, 3 Junior World Championships in basketball, and then a switch to Netball. 2013 saw an opportunity to play with the Queensland Firebirds, get selected in the Australian U21 team a…
 
The Return of Goody Proctor Finals footy gave us swings and roundabouts and didn’t we love it! We discuss leadership, pay, protest and home. And we have some laughs along the way. We discussed: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/breakfast/republicans-us-texas-anti-abortion-law/13530158 https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/afghanistan-re…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - the new netball pay deal, w-league expansion, and Jess Fox continues her dominance on the world stage. For our key story we discuss the third postponement of the nrlw season that has left eight players from New Zealand stranded in Australia. Hosted by Chloe Dalton and…
 
This week Kate and Rana catch up with Francis Awaritefe. A former Socceroo, Francis is now a human rights lawyer and Chair of Professional Footballers Australia. They discuss his anti-racism work, the Matildas’ fight for equal pay, challenging the structures of whiteness, and the problem with “inclusion”. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter…
 
In this special bonus episode, we discuss one of the big issues during the Tokyo Paralympics - the fact that Olympians receive $20,000 when they win gold, while Paralympians receive $0. Katie Kelly OAM is an Australian Paralympic Gold Medallist and had the honour of winning Australia’s first medal at the Rio Paralympics where Paratriathlon (vision …
 
They Were On A Break Spring is here and so are finals. While one team will have to play without a key player, is another up against a curse? We ask what we are willing to accept in a post-COVID world, and what is the best way to bring about change. We mentioned: https://www.newsroom.co.nz/lockerroom/silver-ferns-want-more-mums?fbclid=IwAR2GntCfY-bU…
 
Wayne Smith is a New Zealand rugby union coach and former player, currently the Director of Rugby for the Japanese Top League club, the Kobelco Steelers. Smith’s first significant coaching role was for the Crusaders in the 1997 season and went on to win back to back titles in 1998 and 1999, before being appointed the head coach of the All Blacks in…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Around the grounds - The NSW swifts take out the Super netball Grand final in the derby, Cricket australia moves aus v india series to qld, and lots of paralympic medals are being won by our aussie athletes in tokyo. For our key story we’ll discuss the huge discrepancies between the olympic and paralym…
 
Nicole and Lucy sit down with investigative journalist, Michael Warner, to discuss his new book, The Boys Club: Power, Politics, and the AFL, which lifts the lid on the stories and scandals that have plagued the AFL. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theoutersanctumpodcast@outlook.com The Outer Sanctum…
 
Tyler Wright is a 2 time World Champion Surfer from the South Coast town of Culburra. Labeled a childhood prodigy, Tyler is the youngest surfer in history to win a Championship Tour event. In 2008 at the age of just 14 Tyler won the Beachley Classic in Manly before joining the Tour full time 3 years later. Tyler has won an amazing 14 World Tour eve…
 
The Time or The Monocle We celebrate the induction of Debbie Lee into the Australian Football Hall of Fame, the evacuation of a group of Afghan athletes, and some welcome Tassie news. And we ask what do you do when you don’t agree with your club president? “Googling with Felicity” is back and we applaud some well-known Australians who are setting c…
 
A weekly podcast covering women’s sports news. Taking a look around the grounds - Linden Hall finishes 2nd in the diamond league 1500m after a PB in Tokyo, in golf Minjee Lee has a late surge in the British Open, and we get excited for the big derby Super Netball Grand Final. For our key story we’ll discuss Ash Barty’s 13th career win in Cincinatti…
 
Eddie Betts has meant so much to all of us. On the eve of his 350th and final game he sat down with Shelley Ware to share some of his highs and lows, and lessons for all of us. We will miss what he brings to the game, but we haven’t heard the last of Eddie Betts. You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Email us at theou…
 
Symbolically, Truly, Deeply The AFLW is becoming whole, will the AFL expand to Tasmania too? We farewell a great and discuss when symbols matter. And we share some secrets of the group chat. We mentioned: https://www.wheelercentre.com/news/match-report-for-ahead-of-the-game-sport-storytelling-and-symbolism You can follow The Outer Sanctum on Twitte…
 
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