The Movement will see two-time Olympian and 776BC Co-Founder Cameron McKenzie-McHarg catch up with Olympic and World Championship Medalists, and some of the world’s most respected coaches and movement experts, to share their stories of success and thoughts on what truly makes a great athlete.
Episode 4 features Mahé Drysdale who is a Olympic Gold Medalist, World Champion and has been a national rowing team representative for New Zealand since 2002.
Henley Royal Regatta Diamond Final - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zJqlx0vnbM
Rio Olympics Rowing Men's Single Sculls Final - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67Jqvum3L2k
London Olympics Rowing Men's Single Sculls Final - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcX7qA3DxdQ
Episode 3 features Alyce Wood who is a Rio Olympian, World Champion and has been a national paddle team representative for Australia since 2010. Alyce has been selected and is currently training for the Tokyo Olympics.
2017 World Championship K1 1000m Race - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4J6stcMjZs
Episode 2 features movement expert and Strength & Conditioning Coach Tony Sephton. Tony is currently the Head of Strength and Conditioning at Melbourne University where he also leads the University’s Elite Athlete Program.