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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…
 
Former Paralympic gold-medal-magnet, Kurt Fearnley joins the podcast to talk about the exciting few weeks to come in Tokyo. From his early beginning in the tiny central west NSW town of Carcoar, to his current roles as TV host and heavyweight disability advocate/lobbyist. Kurt talks about who we should be looking out for in this crop of Paralympian…
 
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Madison de Rozario is Australia’s first woman to win a Paralympic marathon. She spoke with Kurt & Georgie just moments after the medal ceremony about her race. They also spoke with Curtis McGrath about his phenomenal performances to bring home gold in the Men's VL3 & Men's KL2. And Boccia legend Daniel Michel shares his joy at claiming Australia’s …
 
Dylan Alcott adds Paralympic gold to the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles he's already won this year. He joins Kurt & Georgie to discuss what the Paralympics mean to him. Then we catch up with Carol Cooke from her hospital bed in Japan. She explains what happened in the moments after her crash in the Women's road race T1-2.…
 
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I have four older siblings but consider Rheed McCracken to be the younger brother I never had. He lives around the corner from me now, we shared the same coach and he's had to put up with my cooking and look after my kids... Rheed is a four time Paralympic medallist and is in Tokyo chasing the elusive gold in the men's T34 100m and 800m. I met Rhee…
 
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