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With more than 25 years thinking about sport for a living, Wayne Goldsmith has a few more thoughts on Sport than most people.He's worked with Olympic Gold medalists, Premiership Winning Teams, Highly Successful Coaches and traveled the world for more than a quarter of a century thinking and talking about sport.Whether it's coaching coaches in the USA, educating sporting parents in the UK, inspiring athletes in Australia or speaking at a sporting conference in New Zealand, Wayne's Sports Thoughts carry with them the practical, real-world, first hand experience of working in the sports industry across the globe.Each episode on Sports Thoughts features ideas, information and inspirations drawn from Wayne's long and illustrious career in sport. He talks with the credibility and confidence of someone who's experienced all that sport has to offer and the commitment and passion to share everything he's learnt with his listeners. Everyone has Sports Thoughts....the Cab Driver telling you what's wrong with Football, your best friend arguing with you about the umpiring decision in the big game, your neighbor talking golf swings with you across the back fence, your workmate debating who's the best basketball player of all time....everyone's got Sports Thoughts.If you love Thinking about Sport - then think Sports Thoughts.

Latest Episodes

The Importance of Sleep

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) looks at sleep and how much emphasis it has been given in recent years by sporting bodies and professional clubs – with some now incorporating designated “sleep chambers” for athletes to rest during the day.

17 MIN1 w ago
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The Importance of Sleep

Should athletes hold influence in society?

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) talks about the position athletes hold in society and whether they should have as much influence as they do – and how they should act as a result.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Should athletes hold influence in society?

Bigger, stronger, faster

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about the archetypal athlete body which has been moving more and more towards being bigger and stronger. What impact does this have on certain sports, and what does it mean for the future of competition and athlete safety. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

16 MIN3 w ago
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Bigger, stronger, faster

Putting all your eggs in one basket

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about sporting organisations putting emphasis on the highest tier of competition. What that means for the growth and development of the particular sport, and whether or not it’s a good model to follow. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 DEC 18
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Putting all your eggs in one basket

How sports appoint national coaches

With Steven Hansen leaving the All Blacks after the 2019 Rugby World Cup, is someone within the system like Ian Foster the best man to take over, or should the NZR look for something fresh? Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about how sports go about appointing national coaches. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

17 MIN2019 DEC 11
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How sports appoint national coaches

Athlete Welfare vs Commercial Revenue

Wayne Goldsmith joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about athlete welfare in the face of rabid desire for commercial revenue – with particular reference to the current World Athletics Championships in Doha where athletes are competing in sweltering conditions and empty stadiums. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 OCT 30
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Athlete Welfare vs Commercial Revenue

How to Thrive on Pressure

Wayne joins Miles Davis on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about pressure and how athletes can thrive (or crumble) with it – with a particular focus on the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

18 MIN2019 OCT 23
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How to Thrive on Pressure

Aussie's Ashes celebration 'just a bunch of mates having fun'

Criticism of the Australian Cricket team’s celebrations following their win in the Ashes, as well as the upcoming NRL finals. We talk about the end of season “Mad-Mondays” and other celebrations in professional sport, we briefly discuss the FIBA World Cup and we talk about the upcoming NRL finals series – with the message….Don’t change anything! Always a controversial topic the “Mad-Monday” issue. At one end of the argument you get the “Professional sports people are role models and should be held to a higher level of accountability than the rest of society” type thinking. Then you’ve got the “In the end Professional sports people are just humans and providing they keep to accepted societal standards, they’re entitled to blow off a bit of steam and have some fun after the end of the season or when they achieve a team goal”. What’s the right answer? That’s up to you to decide!

16 MIN2019 OCT 16
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Aussie's Ashes celebration 'just a bunch of mates having fun'

Sport NZ campaign reactionary, not visionary

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about NZ Sport and the five main sporting bodies campaign to attack the decline in kids participation in sport within New Zealand. Wayne thinks while the decision is great, it shouldn’t be hailed as a revolutionary, because the research has been there for years and sporting bodies have been reluctant in the past to heed the advice. He also warns against the dangers of going too far down the side of participation, neglecting the competitive/elite element of sport. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

18 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Sport NZ campaign reactionary, not visionary

End of season prize-giving and keeping it fair

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about end-of-season prize giving and how to acknowledge kids without annoying parents and other children. Wayne also talks about the challenges that come with coaching your own child’s sports team and some techniques you can put into practice to ensure you remain fair and unbiased. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 SEP 25
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End of season prize-giving and keeping it fair

Latest Episodes

The Importance of Sleep

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) looks at sleep and how much emphasis it has been given in recent years by sporting bodies and professional clubs – with some now incorporating designated “sleep chambers” for athletes to rest during the day.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Importance of Sleep

Should athletes hold influence in society?

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) talks about the position athletes hold in society and whether they should have as much influence as they do – and how they should act as a result.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Should athletes hold influence in society?

Bigger, stronger, faster

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about the archetypal athlete body which has been moving more and more towards being bigger and stronger. What impact does this have on certain sports, and what does it mean for the future of competition and athlete safety. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

16 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bigger, stronger, faster

Putting all your eggs in one basket

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about sporting organisations putting emphasis on the highest tier of competition. What that means for the growth and development of the particular sport, and whether or not it’s a good model to follow. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
Putting all your eggs in one basket

How sports appoint national coaches

With Steven Hansen leaving the All Blacks after the 2019 Rugby World Cup, is someone within the system like Ian Foster the best man to take over, or should the NZR look for something fresh? Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about how sports go about appointing national coaches. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

17 MIN2019 DEC 11
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How sports appoint national coaches

Athlete Welfare vs Commercial Revenue

Wayne Goldsmith joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about athlete welfare in the face of rabid desire for commercial revenue – with particular reference to the current World Athletics Championships in Doha where athletes are competing in sweltering conditions and empty stadiums. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 OCT 30
Comments
Athlete Welfare vs Commercial Revenue

How to Thrive on Pressure

Wayne joins Miles Davis on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about pressure and how athletes can thrive (or crumble) with it – with a particular focus on the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

18 MIN2019 OCT 23
Comments
How to Thrive on Pressure

Aussie's Ashes celebration 'just a bunch of mates having fun'

Criticism of the Australian Cricket team’s celebrations following their win in the Ashes, as well as the upcoming NRL finals. We talk about the end of season “Mad-Mondays” and other celebrations in professional sport, we briefly discuss the FIBA World Cup and we talk about the upcoming NRL finals series – with the message….Don’t change anything! Always a controversial topic the “Mad-Monday” issue. At one end of the argument you get the “Professional sports people are role models and should be held to a higher level of accountability than the rest of society” type thinking. Then you’ve got the “In the end Professional sports people are just humans and providing they keep to accepted societal standards, they’re entitled to blow off a bit of steam and have some fun after the end of the season or when they achieve a team goal”. What’s the right answer? That’s up to you to decide!

16 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
Aussie's Ashes celebration 'just a bunch of mates having fun'

Sport NZ campaign reactionary, not visionary

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about NZ Sport and the five main sporting bodies campaign to attack the decline in kids participation in sport within New Zealand. Wayne thinks while the decision is great, it shouldn’t be hailed as a revolutionary, because the research has been there for years and sporting bodies have been reluctant in the past to heed the advice. He also warns against the dangers of going too far down the side of participation, neglecting the competitive/elite element of sport. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

18 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Sport NZ campaign reactionary, not visionary

End of season prize-giving and keeping it fair

Wayne Goldsmith (renowned coaching professional) joins Jason Pine on Radio Sport Mornings to talk about end-of-season prize giving and how to acknowledge kids without annoying parents and other children. Wayne also talks about the challenges that come with coaching your own child’s sports team and some techniques you can put into practice to ensure you remain fair and unbiased. Originally broadcast on Radio Sport Mornings, Radio Sport NZ. Presented by Jason Pine.

15 MIN2019 SEP 25
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End of season prize-giving and keeping it fair
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