Last week was all about endurance and tonight we have a mixture of endurance, resilience and in tow cases we hope, brilliance. We will once again focus on Western Australian, teams, individuals and events to try and keep you as up to date on sport in western Australia as two hours allows.
The Busselton Ironman commences this Saturday and we will be chatting to defending champion Tim Berkel to see if his preparation has changed in any way as he goes for back to back titles.
WA Performed superbly in the Ford Ranger Cup last week but once again disappointed in the Sheffield Shield. Tonight we will catch up with Western Warrior Michael Hogan about how he is settling in, and how his head is after being struck by Doug Bollinger!
Perth Glory remain in the top six in what is a very tight league. This weekend they take on Brisbane Roar and it is vital they pick up all three points, to maintain that finals charge. We will talk to one of the pillars of the defence Chris Coyne on how he sees this Sunday’s clash.
We will be crossing to Sydney to get a feel for the atmosphere leading up to Danny Green’s bout with Roy Jones junior. The West Australian’s Jonathan Cook has been in Sydney all week and is covering the fight and will give us his thoughts on whether Green can win.
We will also be talking to Nic Cuthbert from the Riders Choice Ausyouthcycle, which you can follow on facebook. Nic is travelling on a six-month long cycling journey around Australia to support efforts for youth suicide prevention and to raise awareness about youth mental health and well being.
If you listen to the show regularly you will recall we spoke to Sally Robbins during our WAIS anniversary show, tonight we will hear what she has been up to since she put her oars away, and she too has recently done her bit for charity.