• Episode 36 - Hill Training

    2 MAY. 2024 · Long-time coach Kerry Hill recently received the prestigious Arthur Eustace award in recognition of more than 50 years mentoring athletes across many different disciplines. From his reflections as an athlete at the 1974 Commonwealth Games to attaining life membership of the Doha Rugby Club, Kerry's storied life is fully explored in this convivial Chew the F.a.T chat.
    1h 14m
  • Episode 35 - Magical March Moments

    22 MAR. 2024 · March has been a magical month full of mystical moments & lasting memories. From Geordie's Beaming smile indoors to Preston's powerful performance in the cooling rain & every sprinkle of gold, silver & bronze in between. Tony & Mark review a period where Kiwis flew, threw & leapt into the forefront of the national sporting spectrum. Athletics NZ Competition Manager Jason Cameron joins the discussion to give his insight to the upcoming World Cross Country Championships in Serbia. Will the Kiwis make the grade in Belgrade? 
    1h 5m 50s
  • Episode 34 - Kiwi Classic Summer Down Under

    27 FEB. 2024 · It's not like the F.a.T. Boys to be too PC but to kick off 2024 they're talking Potts, Porritt, Capital & Cooks...classic Kiwi athletic meets every one. With a dash of Australian analysis & a splash of news from further afield it's the recipe for a huge helping of F.a.T. chat from Roso & Rogers as the World Indoor Champs & Olympic Games loom large.
    1h 5m 57s
  • Episode 33 - Golden Sands

    7 DIC. 2023 · Dunedin dynamo Anna Grimaldi is a two-time Paralympic long jump gold medallist but she struggled with imposter syndrome after finding success so quickly as an athlete. Now as she prepares for Paris we hear from a rejuvenated jumper and sprinter confident about her right to perform on the biggest stage.
    1h 11m 9s
  • Episode 32 - BELListic Missile

    22 NOV. 2023 · At the tender age of 22 Connor Bell has already hurled the discus further than any New Zealander. A youth Olympic & Commonwealth champion he has cleared the chasm to the senior ranks & with every international experience he steadfastly grows in stature. We discuss discus with one of the brightest prospects wearing a Kiwi singlet.
    1h 7m 18s
  • Episode 31 - Drought Breaker

    12 OCT. 2023 · Eleven years after her first national title Sarah Drought has added two more in 2023 & posted PBs over the 10km & half-marathon distances. With two young children & a busy work life, how has she balanced it all to the point of being able to finish in the top 50 in the World Cross Country Championship? Sarah sums up her superb season in less than an hour as we wrap road running results around the world.
    49m 27s
  • Episode 30 - Budapest’s Best, Dazzling Diamonds & Cross-Country Pathways to US

    22 SEP. 2023 · As the seasons merge we review the World Athletics Championships where 19 Kiwis were Hungary for success. We also pick out the gems from the Diamond League Final in Eugene. As the cross country season concludes Down Under, young NZ representatives Bella Earl and Jamie Mora talk of their experiences in Australia and their prospective paths to US scholarships.
    1h 22m 40s
  • Episode 29 - Out of this World

    18 AGO. 2023 · Murray "Scoop" McKinnon has been to nine World Athletics Championships as a journalist & once held up an International press conference so that a New Zealand champion could speak to the country's leading broadcaster, Paul Holmes. Hear more of Murray's momentous memories & his predictions for this year's 19-strong Kiwi contingent that have made it to Budapest for the 2023 edition.
    59m 33s
  • Episode 28 - Paras pounce in Paris

    26 JUL. 2023 · New Zealand's Para Athletics World Championship team of seven secured nine medals across nine days of competition. Athletics New Zealand's Community Manager Hamish Meacheam, himself a coach of para athletes, reflects on the many highlights in the city of lights. Also a full beam spotlight on Geordie's stupendous steeplechase national record.
    58m 57s
  • Episode 27 - Leah Jet

    24 JUN. 2023 · One of New Zealand's fastest female sprinters has returned to farm work during her off-season from West Texas A & M University & is turning heads in a Te Awamutu gym with her uniquely tailored workouts. Leah Belfield was born & raised on a dairy farm in rural Waikato. She represented the province in a host of different sports as a youngster but a sprint double in the 2015 NZ Secondary Schools Championship in Timaru propelled the Arohena arrow down an athletics course that is still gathering speed.
    1h 1m 50s

Chew the F.A.T is a chat about Field and Track with Olympian Tony Rogers & wannabee Mark Rosanowski. One is running royalty, the other runs off at the mouth. Together...

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Chew the F.A.T is a chat about Field and Track with Olympian Tony Rogers & wannabee Mark Rosanowski. One is running royalty, the other runs off at the mouth. Together they’ll keep you across all athletic events, local and abroad. Get the skinny on Field and Track when we Chew the F.A.T.
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