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Behind The Sport

The "Behind the Sport" podcast is the brain child of John Cranwell, Inclusive Sport SA CEO. After listening to podcasts for a number of years on his drive to work, John identified the lack of podcasts that focussed directly on sports administration and what happens behind the scenes in sport. What happens behind the doors to get your favourite elite team onto the field? How does my Club organise our Division 4 side? What even is a 'Sports Administrator'? The Podcast has weekly guests who work in the sport and recreation industry and who can share their current challenges, success and future plans. The podcast is a great insight into how sports operate and is targeted towards other sport administrators and interested listeners.
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The "Behind the Sport" podcast is the brain child of John Cranwell, Inclusive Sport SA CEO. After listening to podcasts for a number of years on his drive to work, John identified the lack of podcasts that focussed directly on sports administration and what happens behind the scenes in sport. What happens behind the doors to get your favourite elite team onto the field? How does my Club organise our Division 4 side? What even is a 'Sports Administrator'?

The Podcast has weekly guests who work in the sport and recreation industry and who can share their current challenges, success and future plans. The podcast is a great insight into how sports operate and is targeted towards other sport administrators and interested listeners.

Nov 25, 2015

Episode 27 features Robert McMurtrie, the founder and Director of Sportspeople.com.au. Robert and I discuss everything from how Sportspeople was established and their current role through to work life balance and how future administrators should approach job applications. This is one of my favourite episodes yet and a must for all sport administrators!

w. www.sportspeople.com.au 

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