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The ABC interviews Mike Galbraith on Sporty

The ABC interviews Mike Galbraith on Sporty

Mike Galbraith starts talking a the 10 minute marker

Mike was interviewed last week on Sporty – ABC Radio National  –  the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Part1. This broadcast discussed  ‘When is it too hot to exercise or play sport?’ and is Heat stroke is potentially fatal. …and how do you know when it’s hot enough to stop?

Part 2. Presenter Amanda Smith talks about the history of Rugby in Japan;  when the first Rugby match was played in japan and how have martial arts influenced the Japanese way of playing rugby?

Part 3. Amanda talks to Thomas Turner, about  the history of the sports shoe, and how the sneaker became ubiquitous on the feet of the athletic and non-athletic alike, around the world.

Source: Heat stress, Rugby World Cup, history of the sports shoe pt 3 – Sporty – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Amanda Smith

Nadia Hume

Ollie Jay, thermoregulatory physiologist

Mike Galbraith – Tokyo-based rugby historian

Thomas Turner, author ‘The Sports Shoe’

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