A strong work ethic is often a trait that comes with age. Following a setback in 2019, Tasmanian discus thrower Jackson shares the lessons he has learnt on working hard to achieve his best performances in the throwing cage.READ POST
While individual, each arrow contributes to the overall performance for Tasmanian archer Sarah Haywood. In her Tassie Athlete article we share her passion for the sport, love for home and how all athletes can make every shot count.READ POST
Two Tasmanian brothers demonstrate that a sibling rivalry goes deeper than fighting over the PlayStation, wrestling each other or arguing over who ate the last muffin… it’s much more.READ POST
Some describe it as the worst crash they'd seen. Tasmanian mountain biker Izzy Flint shares her experience of concussion following a devastating accident overseas; and the real world implications of brain injury on her life beyond sport.READ POST
An insightful and powerful conversation with Tasmanian runner Andy Allison around mindfulness in sport.Listen now
Our first Five Minute Friday recaps our current podcast guest's love for Tasmania.Listen now
Trails, epic adventures and mental health all tied into one candid, open chat.Listen now
For a second year running, literally, Hobart's streets were over taken by flocks of flannys.READ DIARY ENTRY
Catch up with Tasmanian Archery athlete Sarah Haywood following her competition at the 2021 Australian Open.READ DIARY ENTRY
55 local legends donned their rudest flannys to take part in the 2020 "Mobart" edition of the Flanno 5km run as a part of the Movember campaign.READ DIARY ENTRY
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Dominic is a track athlete and business owner in Hobart with interests in videography, photography and sharing inspiring stories.
Andrew is a recreational runner and nurse in Hobart. He is an avid enthusiast of the Tasmanian outdoors, reading and trail running.
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