The pullbuoy podcast returns for its 8th year and kicks off 2021 by looking forward to the British Olympic Trials that take place at the London Aquatic Centre next week.
It's a meet like no trials has gone before, with bubbles, reduced fields, and wildly varying preparation … Listen→
It was a thrilling conclusion to ISL 2020 as Cali Condors ran out convincing winners in the season finale with the London Roar in a creditable third place. In this season wrap Steve Katie and Bob are joined by Roar general manger Rob Woodhouse to look back at the highs and lows of Budapest and to get some insight into team tactics, recruitment and what we can expect from ISL season 3 in 2021.
After an exciting semi final that saw the Roar book their ISL final place, we’re joined by Adam Peaty and Kira Toussaint who both broke world records in the Duna Arena pool. Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers also joins us from Sydney to give us a Roar From Offshore with his thoughts on events in Budapest.
A hard fought double header closed the regular season for the Roar as they secured their semi final place. With eyes now turning to the knockout rounds we caught up with freestyle superstar Freya Anderson and Olympic silver medallist James Guy to get the lowdown on the two matches.
A hard fought win for the Roar in the latest round of matches as they held off a strong challenge from the LA Current and the Tokyo Frog Kings to maintain their winning start. Bob, Katie and Steve catch up with two of the swimmers key to that victory in Alia Atkinson and Annie Lazor, to talk about coming through in a tight match, taking on the skins and what was going on behind the blocks between rounds, and dive into the novel world of breaststroke tumble turns.