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AUDIO: Interview with Harry Hudson, Croydon FC


Harry Hudson has been in charge at Croydon FC for just a year but has made dramatic changes to improve the club.

Croydon have had many managers and financial issues in the past, but since the arrival of Hudson, ‘The Trams’ are rolling in right direction.

Currently sixth in the Southern Counties East League Premier Division, Croydon are a hotbed for local talent and producing players on the radar of clubs including Manchester City.

In this interview, Hudson explains how he has managed to accomplish so much in just a year; click here to play it in SoundCloud.

Elephant Sport Podcast – UAL Boxing Edition

In this episode of the Elephant Sport podcast Chim Ike, Tom Ballard and Dan Shalom discuss boxing at UAL and interview club coach Dougie John.

Dougie discusses the purpose of the classes and what students can expect to get out of them.

He also reveals his one main aim ahead of this year’s University Boxing Championships.

Also discussed are the benefits the classes can have beyond the ring, as you never know when self defence may come in handy…

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London 2017 World Athletics Championships Podcast

This summer, the London Stadium in Stratford will host the 2017 World Athletics and ParaAthletics Championships.

These will be the biggest and most prestigious athletics events staged at the venue since the glory days of the 2012 Olympic Games.

But how many people are actually aware that the Championships are coming to the capital in August?

Crystal Davis and Lucas Chomicki visited the Queen Elizabeth Park, home of the London Stadium, to ask people there about the 2017 Worlds.

These events should be the highest-profile entries on the UK’s sporting calendar this year, but are they still flying under the radar with less than six months to go?

Elephant Sport Podcast – The Rise of Online Streaming

Mike Newell and Lucas Chomicki investigate why more sports fans are turning to internet streaming to watch live events.

The increasing availability of illegal feeds is a growing problem for broadcasters anxious to protect their multi-billion pound investments in sports rights.

Sky and BT Sport paid ¬£5.1bn between them for the current Premier League deal, but what happens when fans aren’t prepared to pay for what they view?

This vox pop features anonymous interviewees because of the subject under discussion.


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