Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 19 Aug 2009

MotorsportTonights show has a little bit of an Olympic feel to it as we review the IOC’s executive Board’s decision to recommend that Rugby 7’s be included in the Olympics along with Golf, and that Women’s boxing be allowed.

Ross Tapper the clerk of the course for Targa West will join us to tell us who to look out for in this year’s event and where the best vantage points are.

Former England opening bowler Angus Fraser will join us to preview the deciding Ashes test starting at the Oval tomorrow, does he think England have the firepower to take 22 wickets?

Gary Hampson the President of Squash ACT joins us to talk about how Canberra will host the Australian Open and also their disappointment that Squash was not given the nod for the Olympics.

Tando Velaphi was beaten by a 35metre free-kick which saw the Perth Glory lose their second game of the season, yet up until that moment he had kept them in the game. Tonight he will be on the show to share the joys of being a goalkeeper.

Trudi Nurse has just returned from Las Vegas and the International Aerobic Gymnastic Championships where as coach her team performed well. Tune in to see how World number 1 and West Australian Kieran Gorman fared. Incidentally this year the team was made up of purely Western Australian talent.

Boxer Claire Ghabrial joins us to talk about her recent trip to Russia in search of fights and experience, and how she feels now that women will participate in the Olympics.

Rugby Sevens
Western Australian and Wallaroos World Champion Debby Hodgkinson joins us to discuss Rugby Sevens being close to getting Olympic acceptance, and also to talk about what it feels like to be IRB Women’s Rugby Personality of the Year.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 19 Aug 2009
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