Our weekly sports podcast returns, with some more changes made to the format. We have added some more segments to the show to make it more interesting for you, the listeners.
The podcast has been divided in 4 parts, with the last part being a short 2 minute ‘Word of the Week’ segment.
Hope you enjoy listening!
If sports stars were measured by Nielsen ratings (like TV shows) who would be the block buster of the week?
KC, Atul and NCJ list and fight out for who they think their top 3 athletes would be. Usain Bolt, with his stellar show at the World Athletic Championships seems to be a front runner, but it is war for deciding the next best. Listen and decide who you agree with! Or do you have a totally different top 3?
Are we over reacting on the Naser Husain ‘donkey’ remarks & which is more likely Djokovic failing to win the US Open or Tiger Woods winning the new event he has added to his calendar – the Frys.com open?
Differing viewpoints on the reaction to the comments by Nasser Hussain, but a more objective and non partisan commentary is advocated by all contributors.
A cross sports analysis of likelihoods, listen to figure out if Tiger winning an event is more likely that Djoker not winning the US Open.
Should ‘blade runner’ Oscar Pistorius be allowed to take part in both Olympics and Paralympics & the funniest name change you will come across in sports.
A debate on whether the double amputee with ‘panther legs’ Oscar Pistorius be allowed to take part in both Olympics and Paralympics.
Finally, the basketball star Ron Artest trying to change his name to an outrageous ‘Meta World Peace’ has the contributors in splits, as they visualize the after effects of the name change.
Word of the Week
A new segment, which will have fictional words each week drawn from the world of sports. This week’s word is inspired from the curious fitness case of Zaheer Khan.
A kind of conditional fitness, lying in the grey area between unfit and fully fit, where someone is perennially unfit when needed the most, but seems to be in his prime fitness whenever his personal gains are the maximum.
She feigned illness and did not come to office on day of the crunch deliverable, but you should have seen her dancing at the company party the very next day. A classic case of Zakfitness, I say.