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The latest sports news with Warwick Hadfield.

The latest sports news with Warwick Hadfield.
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The latest sports news with Warwick Hadfield.

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Skateboarding and enjoying life

7/28/2016
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Skateboarding legend Russ Howell discusses the evolution of skateboarding and celebrates the 40th anniversary of the famed skate park, The Snake Run, in Albany, WA.

Duration: 00:53:23


Sport: McLaren report findings and Cam McEvoy changes game plan for Rio

7/18/2016
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The World Anti Doping Agency is about to release the Mclaren report into doping at the Sochi olympics, and swimmer Cam McEvoy will not compete in the 200 metres freestyle in Rio.

Duration: 00:07:31


The sport of rogaining

7/15/2016
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Fancy an outdoor adventure with a competitive edge? You could try the Australian endurance sport of rogaining.

Duration: 00:25:29


A grandmother, a bamboo flute and a plywood boat

7/15/2016
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She decided she'd sail to a bamboo flute summer school in England. And she'd do it in a plywood boat.

Duration: 00:09:31


A boat called Courage

7/15/2016
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A lazy long weekend sail turns sour when home made concrete boat ends up on the rocks in regional South Australia. Does everyone make it out alive?

Duration: 00:28:19


Country Breakfast Features Sat 16th July

7/15/2016
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Tassie has a passion for fermenting foods and it wants to establish a centre of excellence; we talk about the greyhound racing ban with a breeder and the first crop to be planted in four years for the tiny town of Walgett.

Duration: 00:17:51


Australian Olympics team announced

7/14/2016
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Australia's chef de mission, Kitty Chiller, presents the team that's expected to double Australia's medal haul in Rio.

Duration: 00:08:13


Sport: Jarryd Hayne and greyhound racing

7/11/2016
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The most talked about Australian football player of our time has had his Olympic dreams dashed, and NSW Labor has hit back at Premier Mike Baird's ban on greyhound racing.

Duration: 00:04:25


Sport: Wimbledon pressure and Greg Chalmers wins first US PGA title

7/4/2016
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Djokovic's loss shows the pressure is sometimes too much for elite tennis players to handle, and Australian golfer Greg Chalmers breaks his long losing streak in the United States.

Duration: 00:07:04


Mumbai takes a mark for AFL

6/28/2016
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On a dusty piece of earth, young men dressed in various stripes and colours are looking skywards for a pointy football to come down into their arms because a grassroots competition of Aussie Rules has gained a foothold.

Duration: 00:16:29


Sport: WADA suspends Rio lab and Jack Hale's Olympic chance

6/27/2016
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What plans does WADA have now for testing of Olympic athletes' blood and urine samples? An 18 year old Tasmanian sprinter may be a late Olympic qualifier in the 100 metre race category.

Duration: 00:06:21


The Power to translate

6/25/2016
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Individual teams in the AFL honour the Indigenous Round by designing specific guernseys for players. This year the Port Adelaide Football Club went one better to become the first team in the competition to translate their club song into an Aboriginal language - Pitjantjatjara.

Duration: 00:09:18


Rural Reporter

6/24/2016
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Today we check out the growing popularity of campdrafting, the fastest growing horse sport in Australia; go behind the scenes on Alderley Station; and pick and pluck saffron flowers.

Duration: 00:24:12


White Ribbon explains why it's not just a 'fundraising club'

6/23/2016
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White Ribbon responds to a Daily Telegraph editorial which suggested the organisation was 'opportunistic' and a 'fundraising club'.

Duration: 00:08:07


Lally Katz puts the spotlight on her parents

6/22/2016
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Lally Katz's latest play draws on her parents' story of meeting in a karate dojo in Trenton, New Jersey – although her parents say she's taken considerable creative licence with the truth!

Duration: 00:12:55


Concerns raised about safety at the Rio Olympics

6/21/2016
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Australian Paralympian Liesl Tesch was robbed at gunpoint in Rio De Janeiro, heightening concerns about security in the lead-up to the Olympic Games in August.

Duration: 00:08:29


The lawyer with an Olympic vision

6/21/2016
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Meet Hayder Shkara, an elite athlete who is also a lawyer and social activist.

Duration: 00:13:58


Sport: Eddie McGuire offends and Cleveland Cavaliers victory

6/20/2016
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Journalist Caroline Wilson is not appeased by Eddie McGuire's explanation that his comments were 'jokey banter' and Le Bron James helps the Cavaliers to a history making NBA title.

Duration: 00:07:04


Eddie McGuire's comments about Caroline Wilson are 'unacceptable'

6/20/2016
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The vice president of the Western Bulldogs, Susan Alberti, hit back at Eddie McGuire's 'joke' and says she thought the AFL had moved on from the dark ages.

Duration: 00:10:45


Women's AFL teams announced

6/15/2016
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AFL Commission chairman Mike Fitzpatrick says 'the game will never be the same' as he gives eight teams the green light for the inaugural women's competition.

Duration: 00:05:07

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